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MNM 2005 Concerts

The following photos were taken during the rehearsals and concerts of the 2005 MNM Festival at the Schulich School of Music of McGill University. The MNM 2005 Festival - produced by the Société de musique contemporaine du Québec, in partnership with McGill University, CBC/Espace-musique, and the Montreal Symphony Orchestra - was held from February 28 to March 10, 2005.

Donatienne Michel-Dansac (left) and Lorraine Vaillancourt rehearse Voi(Rex) of Philippe Leroux in Pollack Concert Hall. Concert given by the Nouvelle Ensemble Moderne with the collaboration of the McGill Digital Composition Studios

Composition student Jacob Sudol (M.Mus. I) following the performance of Las Siete vidas de un gato by Langlois Foundation Visiting Professor (2005-06) Martin Matalon. Concert by the McGill Contemporary Music Ensemble. Jacob created a custom Max/MSP patch and triggered the audio cues for this performance.

Professor Denys Bouliane rehearses Alexina Louie's Imaginary Opera for a concert by visiting ensemble Court-Circuit (Paris)

Retired Professor of Composition Bruce Mather (left) congratulates conductor Robert Aitken following the performance of Mather's Ausone (version C) by the Toronto New Music Concerts Ensemble in Redpath Hall.

Langlois Foundation Visiting Professor (2003-04) Philippe Hurel attends a concert in Pollack Hall during the festival.

Professor of Composition Jean Lesage (left) discusses the day's concerts with composition students Étienne Archambault (M.Mus. I) and David Adamcyk (M.Mus. II) at the Salon La Face cachée of the SMCQ.

Former doctoral student Laurie Radford (left), who is a Professor of Composition at the University of Alberta, visits with Professor Brian Cherney following a concert at Pollack Hall.

Sean Ferguson, Professor of Composition and Director of the Digital Composition Studios, attends a concert by visiting ensemble Court-Circuit.