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The 42nd E-Gré National Music Competition (Piano).
This distinguished competition is for the performance of Canadian and contemporary music is a memorial to composer, pianist, and violinist S.C. (Sonia) Eckhardt-Gramatté, who spent the last twenty-one years of her life in Manitoba. It fulfills her lifelong dream of creating a means by which the music of contemporary composers could make its presence felt by young musicians on the threshold of their careers.
The E-Gré National Music Competition has been held annually since 1976 at Brandon University.
Finals Round I begins at 10 a.m.
Public Masterclasses (9:30 – 11:30 a.m.)
- Christina Petrowska Quilico – Room 1-20
- David Rogosin – Room 1-57
- Laura Loewen – Room 1-26
- Brian Current – Room 1-32
Brian Current – “What to Listen for in Contemporary Music”
Round Table – Glenn Hodgins, CMC President & CEO; and Pat Carrabré: “Digital Strategies for Musicians”
Gala Concert (8 p.m.)
Christina Petrowska Quilico
Finals Round II begins at 10 a.m.
Award Ceremony at 6 p.m.
Weekend Passes: $50 Adults / $30 Students and Seniors
Day Passes, Friday and Sunday: $30 Adults / $15 Students and Seniors
Gala Concert: $20 Adults / $10 Students and Seniors
Talks, Presentations, and Masterclasses FREE to public
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