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October 2001
Grantsmanship

Canada Council for the Arts to hold information sessions on the Island

by Annette Campbell

Ask any professional artist and they'll tell you: applying for grants to support yourself and your art is a part of life, an often less-than-thrilling part. Familiar, Star-Trek-like cries of "damn it, Jim; I'm an artist, not an administrator" can often be heard echoing in the dark, late on the eve of a grant

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April 2001
Opera Arias on Stage
Measha Brüggergosman to appear in final concert of symphony season

by Annette Campbell

A wise person once told me that opera is nothing more than gratuitous sex and violence. You may or may not agree, but you have to admit, there is definitely something about opera that keeps audiences coming back for more. It should come as no surprise then, that the PEISO is ending its season on April 1 with "No

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April 2001
Upwardly Mobile

Young musicians fill sabbatical positions in the UPEI Music Department

by Annette Campbell

If you have been around the UPEI music department at all this semester, you've probably run into them, two fresh new faces, jostling around and doing all manner of things professorial. "They" are Karen Bulmer(left) and Ross Osmun, two young professional musicians gaining teaching experience as sabbatical replacements

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March 2001
Ready for a Recital?
Music students and faculty present annual recital program

by Annette Campbell

March means one thing at the UPEI Music Department-it's time for recitals! As the winter semester heads into the final lap, professors and students alike are busily preparing to present their musical best to Island audiences.

Things start off with a bang on Saturday, March 3rd, with vocal professor Sung Ha Shin-Bouey. Audiences

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December 2000
Sounds of the Season

Sounds of the Season


by Annette Campbell

Running between the raindrops, I dashed through a cold and dreary evening. Shaking the rain off my coat, I headed up the stairs at the MacKenzie Theatre, my mind filled with questions and facts to check. Half-way up the stairs, I stopped, listened, and all of the tensions of the day melted away as I heard a collection of children's voices sweetly singing "O Holy Night." It was

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November 2000
"O Canada"
The PEI registered Music Teachers' Association celebrates Canada Music Week

by Annette Campbell

Mark it on your calendars now-this year Canada Music Week™ is November 19-26. Why should you remember? Because if Canadians won't support Canadian music, who will?

That's what the founders of Canada Music Week™ thought in 1961, when they began the annual tradition. They wanted to introduce contemporary m

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November 2000
Come Blow Your Horn
Kelda Lawlor returns home to PEI to perform with the PEI Symphony

by Annette Campbell

It may not seem like a big deal to some, but to musicians, it's the world-a chance to perform as a soloist with a symphony orchestra. Island-born Kelda Lawlor is going to get that chance on November 26, when she appears with the PEI Symphony Orchestra in their "It's Almost Christmas" concert.

This accomplishment

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Spotlight PEI

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Octoberman

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The Raven’s Sun

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Erica Rutherford Endowment Fund

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Poco’s Pledge

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Island Performance Artist Residency

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Anna’s Secret / Shades of Molly

Margaret A. Westlie Margaret A. Westlie of Meadowbank, author of Mattie’s Story, announces the re ...