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Music - 01.02.2024
Understanding music-performance anxiety in children
A study of Quebec schoolchildren enrolled in music programs shows that girls are more anxious. Whether the parent enrolled the child in the program is also a factor.

Music - Mathematics - 15.12.2023
Math and all that jazz

Music - 28.11.2023
Computer Science student gives ’virtuoso’ Chopin performance

Health - Music - 24.11.2023
Shining a light on alumni achievements and industry support

Music - Event - 01.11.2023
Two visionaries honoured at University of Victoriaconvocation
Two visionaries honoured at University of Victoriaconvocation

Music - Event - 14.09.2023
Université de Montréal awards honorary doctorate to Rafael Payare

Music - 11.09.2023
The science behind playing music in sync
Music is a collective experience that binds people together. From orchestral play to audiences handclapping, synchronization lays the foundation for all musical interactions.

Music - 07.09.2023
Western researcher launches land-inspired opera set in a canoe
Western researcher launches land-inspired opera set in a canoe

Campus - Music - 18.07.2023
Remember when: The Black Bubble

Music - 17.05.2023
University of Toronto and McGill collaborate to stage North American premiere of banned Haydn opera
University of Toronto and McGill collaborate to stage North American premiere of banned Haydn opera

Computer Science - Music - 03.05.2023
How does Spotify know what you like? Expert sheds light on 'recommender' systems at University of Toronto event
How does Spotify know what you like? Expert sheds light on ’recommender’ systems at University of Toronto event

Campus - Music - 01.05.2023
'A very ornate, unique experience': University of Toronto alumnus Kokichi Kusano debuts theatrical and musical performance
’A very ornate, unique experience’: University of Toronto alumnus Kokichi Kusano debuts theatrical and musical performance

Music - Health - 26.04.2023
The power of dreams can change everything, Western prof says
The power of dreams can change everything, Western prof says

Linguistics / Literature - Music - 17.04.2023
University of Toronto student's musical, based on an Oscar Wilde classic, to debut at Hart House Theatre
University of Toronto student’s musical, based on an Oscar Wilde classic, to debut at Hart House Theatre

Social Sciences - Music - 17.04.2023
Cultural and outdoor activities: a growing gap within the Canadian population
Sociology professor Stéphane Moulin believes a generation gap as well as an urban-rural gap are emerging in Canada around how people do things like watch movies and exercise.

Innovation - Music - 14.03.2023
Chatting up a storm

Music - Campus - 23.02.2023
Celebrating George Yu

History / Archeology - Music - 27.01.2023
'Putting people front and centre': Historian Anna Shternshis keeps Holocaust survivors' stories alive
’Putting people front and centre’: Historian Anna Shternshis keeps Holocaust survivors’ stories alive
For University of Toronto historian Anna Shternshis , understanding the past means connecting with people's stories - or, in the case of her research, their songs.

Music - 23.01.2023
UBC scholar's Final Fantasy is a PhD in ludomusicology
UBC scholar’s Final Fantasy is a PhD in ludomusicology

Music - Campus - 12.12.2022
'Anything is possible': Future Sound 6ix music workshops draw youth from across Toronto
’Anything is possible’: Future Sound 6ix music workshops draw youth from across Toronto

Music - Campus - 17.11.2022
Future Sound 6ix: Faculty of Music teams up with YWCA, Nick Nurse Foundation to run music workshops for youth
Future Sound 6ix: Faculty of Music teams up with YWCA, Nick Nurse Foundation to run music workshops for youth

Music - 11.08.2022
Learning about listening: Researcher explores how people perceive sound
Learning about listening: Researcher explores how people perceive sound
The University of Toronto's  Christina Vanden Bosch der Nederlanden remembers the moment she became interested in how humans perceive sound.

Music - 20.07.2022
Out of tune: when words get in the way
In a series of listening experiments, an UdeM postdoc finds that having lyrics in a song-or even meaningless syllables that change-makes it more difficult to hear when the singer's not in key. Ever notice when someone's singing out of key? Like when you're in a karaoke bar and your best friend belts out her favorite Adele track but woefully misses the mark? Ever wonder how you know right away she's singing flat? Well, Michael Weiss might have an answer for you.

Music - Social Sciences - 06.07.2022
Generous donation will expand access to free music program for children from low-income households in Kingston

Music - Campus - 28.06.2022
University of Toronto receives $7-million gift to usher in a new era of performance and music education at the Faculty of Music
University of Toronto receives $7-million gift to usher in a new era of performance and music education at the Faculty of Music

Music - Event - 21.06.2022
Jim Cuddy, philanthropist and Canadian music legend, receives honorary degree
Jim Cuddy, philanthropist and Canadian music legend, receives honorary degree

Social Sciences - Music - 01.06.2022
UBC experts on National Indigenous History Month

Music - Campus - 19.05.2022
Music to our ears: Gift to McGill and UdeM creates hub for collaborative piano in Montreal
Music to our ears: Gift to McGill and UdeM creates hub for collaborative piano in Montreal

Environment - Music - 17.05.2022
The dawn chorus: To connect with nature, students combine morning birdsong with music
The dawn chorus: To connect with nature, students combine morning birdsong with music
Each spring as early as 4 a.m., a choir of tweeting and chirping birds known as the "dawn chorus" produces a musical wake-up call - in more ways than one.

Music - Social Sciences - 16.05.2022
Post-doc scholar explores hip hop influence on Inuit youth 
Known as 'Qamani'tuaq' in Inuktitut, Baker Lake in Nunavut is home to Indigenous hip hop artists who are the subjects of post-doc researcher Raj Singh's study.

Music - 25.03.2022
Erin Gee unites mind and body through music
Erin Gee unites mind and body through music
An artist and UdeM doctoral candidate in music explores how emotional and physical responses and feminist theory can be translated into musical composition.

Music - Politics - 09.02.2022
Staging opera for a contemporary audience
Staging opera for a contemporary audience

Music - Health - 27.01.2022
Lafayette String Quartet plans final performances
Lafayette String Quartet plans final performances

Music - Campus - 17.01.2022
In grand gesture, donor honours late wife with purchase of piano for University of Toronto's Faculty of Music
In grand gesture, donor honours late wife with purchase of piano for University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music

Music - Campus - 14.01.2022
UdeM hosts the first research-creation chair dedicated to opera
UdeM hosts the first research-creation chair dedicated to opera

Life Sciences - Music - 17.11.2021
Mapping ’the magic’ of music, movement and the brain
Jessica Grahn is a 2021 recipient of an E.W.R.

Music - Linguistics / Literature - 12.05.2021
Dan School of Drama and Music presents inaugural Watershed Festival