John Holland

Windsor native Bass-Baritone John Holland has embarked on a diverse career of opera, oratorio, and art song. His Operatic credits include Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Leporello and Masetto in Don Giovanni at the Estates Theatre in Prague, Vodník in Rusalka in the Czech Republic, Taddeo in L’Italiana in […]

Randolph Peters

For composer Randolph Peters, music is a passport, a way to explore the world. His work includes commissions from the Canadian Opera Company, and the Winnipeg, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton Symphony Orchestras, Kronos Quartet, Hannaford Street Silver Band, Elmer Iseler Singers, and Orchestre Symphonique du Québec among others. Although he has composed in a number […]

Doug Van Nort

Doug Van Nort is Canada Research Chair in Digital Performance and an Associate Professor at York University, cross-appointed between the departments of Computational Arts and Music. At York he has founded and runs the DisPerSion (DIStributed PERformance and Sensorial immerSION) Lab. Van Nort is an artist, researcher, composer and improviser. His work is concerned with distributed […]

Dorothy de Val

Dorothy de Val is a musicologist and pianist whose research interests include Scots Gaelic song, the first English folksong revival, pianos and pianism, and Haydn reception in England. Particular research interests include early 20th-century collectors and arrangers of folksong, particularly Broadwood and Grainger, and collectors of Gaelic song (Tolmie, Broadwood, Murray and Kennedy-Fraser). Dr. de […]