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A brief history of applause at classical music concerts

From Mozart to Boulez, how have composers thought about applause? Have we always applauded in the same way for works from the classical repertoire? And what are today’s conventions? Finally, […]

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Researcher Portraits: Flavia Gervasi

As part of our series “Researcher Portraits”, you can now watch our new video about Flavia Gervasi, DMAQ member, doctor and sociomusicology professor at the University of Montréal!

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The program note: written or digital? Justin Bernard gives an update!

The thesis project of Justin Bernard, a student member of DMAQ, explores possibilities offered by digital program notes, compared to written ones. Graphic and audiovisual animation improves the clarity, relevance […]

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A trumpeter plays at the Great Wall of China

A trumpeter plays at the Great Wall of China During the recent Montreal Symphony Orchestra (OSM) tour of Asia, trumpeter Paul Merkelo played Gershwin at the Great Wall of China. […]

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Is listening to classical music uncool?

“The trouble with being interested in classical music is that people look at you funny,” confesses writer Daniel Handler. To introduce audiences to classical music, he imagined and created the […]

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Opera, the hero of patient music-lovers

To improve a listener’s self-esteem, one should sing “Quando me’n vo’” to him, from Puccini’s opera, La Bohème. Originally developed in Sweden and now based in England, the project is […]

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