Celebrating Canadian Women!
Released June 2017, this recording features works for flute and piano by composers from across Canada, including: Jean Coulthard and Sylvia Rickard (BC), Heather Schmidt (AB), Laura Pettigrew (SK), Alice Ho (ON), Rachel Laurin (PQ) and Emily Doolittle (NS). World premiere of Coulthard’s Music on a Quiet Song for flute and piano, transcribed by pianist Stephanie Mara from the original for flute and string orchestra. Thank you Canada Council for the Arts for their support of this project. Available on CD-Baby, iTunes, Canadian Music Centre or email laurel for direct order.
Cambria Master Recordings release of world premiere recordings by contemporary Canadian composers in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday. The recording features The Winds of the Scarborough Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Ronald Royer, with Sarah Jeffrey (oboe), Gabriel Radford (horn) and Kaye Royer (clarinet). Four works are commissions by the SPO. Support for the project from the SOCAN Foundation, FACTOR, the Toronto Arts Council and the Ontario Arts Council gratefully acknowledged.
Released summer 2012, this recording features works by women composers from the eighteenth through twenty-first centuries and across the globe. Composers include Anna Bon, Mel Bonis, Lili Boulanger, Cecilia McDowall, Anne Boyd, Katherine Hoover, Heather Schmidt and Jean Coulthard.
Thank you to the Waterloo Region Arts Council for their support of this project.