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Welcome meetings by study discipline (MANDATORY attendance)

Meetings for all students ‒ all levels included

Start-of-term welcome event ‒ for all students and all levels included

Tuesday, August 24th, 2021
From 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m

Salle Claude-Champagne

10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. : Information kiosks at Salle Claude-Champagne

Come and talk with members of associations, large ensembles, administrative services and the production team of the Faculty of Music and UdeM.

11:30 a.m. : Welcome from Nathalie Fernando, Dean of the Faculty of Music

11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. : Jazz music outside

Due to COVID-19 and current distancing measures, we invite you to bring your lunch and picnic to the sound of a live musical performance (weather permitting)!

Please note that the sanitary measures in force require the wearing of a mask indoors and a distance of 1 meter between all.

For international exchange program students

Wednesday, August 25th, 2021
At 12 h (noon)
Online via ZOOM

If you have any questions, you can reach us at all times at the following email addresses:

Financial support, scholarships and resources for students

On September 16th from noon to 1 p.m at room B-421, a scholarship workshop will be offered by the SAÉ (Student Services), concerning the undergraduate and graduate levels. This will be greatly useful for the scholarship deadlines (excellence and financial support) which will take place at the end of September.

In addition, the study management advisor will be available to answer all other questions related to the functioning of scholarships and the student success office.

For any questions, please write to Cynthia Hétu, Studies Management Advisor (cynthia.hetu@umontreal.ca)

 

 

Meetings for undergraduate students

Music; Musicology; Music, History and Society and Certificate in Music and Arts

Tuesday August 24

1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

B-399

This meeting is intended for students in the Bachelor’s in Music, Bachelor’s in Musicology, and Certificate in Music and Arts programs, as well as for students in the Minor and Major programs in Music, History and Society. The goal of the meeting is to present these different programs, the teachers who give the first courses, and the various activities of the sector. The focus will be on student’s academic progress and on managing the academic record. An overview of the programming for the year 2021-2022 will also be presented, particularly the symposiums, workshops, lectures and international seminars open to bachelor’s students.

N. B.: This meeting is important for all students in the theoretical sector, not just those who are starting their studies this fall.

 

Program head
Bachelor’s in music

Sylveline Bourion – Program head
sylveline.bourion@umontreal.ca

Program heads
Bachelor’s in Musicology
Major in Music, History and Society
Minor in Music, History and Society
Certificate in Music and Arts

Jonathan Goldman – Programs head (interim)
jonathan.goldman@umontreal.ca

Performance – Classical Instruments

Thursday, August 26
From 2:00 p.m to 3:00 p.m
B-379

This meeting is intended for students doing a Bachelor’s in Performance ‒ Classical Instruments. This will be an opportunity to meet the program heads and academic advisors, along with members of the team. Students can familiarize themselves with how these programs work, and with the content of the courses and workshops they’re composed of.

Program heads – Strings

Yegor Dyachkov – Head of string sector
yegor.dyachkov@umontreal.ca

Juan-Miguel Hernandez (replacement Jutta Puchhammer - Academic advisor)
jmh@jmhernandez.com

Program head – Winds (winds and brass)

Louis-Philippe Marsolais – Head of wind sector
louis-philippe.marsolais@umontreal.ca
Program head – PianoJean Saulnier – Head of piano sector
j.saulnier@umontreal.ca

Program head – Guitar and Harp

Mathieu Lussier – Head of guitar and harp sectors
mathieu.lussier.1@umontreal.ca
Program head – PercussionJulien Grégoire – Academic advisor
julien.gregoire@percumontreal.org

Composition and Sound Creation: Writing, Instrumental/Mixed Composition, Composing for the Screen and Stage, and Digital Music

Tuesday August 24

From 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

B-421

This meeting is intended for students at all levels enrolled in a study program in Composition and Sound Creation. This will be an opportunity to meet the program heads along with members of the team. Students can familiarize themselves with how these programs work, and with the content of the courses they’re composed of. They’ll also get information about the resources available at the Faculty of Music (laboratories and studios, loan of equipment, library, foreign exchange programs, student circles, email lists and so on). Activities for the year 2021-2022 will be presented, especially the concerts, workshops and composition residency competition.

Graduate students are also invited to attend the scheduled meeting (timeslot to be determined), which will deal with among other things the resources in support of research and creative research at the Faculty of Music.

Program head
Bachelor’s in Writing
Major in Music Writing
Minor in Music Writing

François-Hugues Leclair
fh.leclair@umontreal.ca

Program head
Bachelor’s in Instrumental Composition

Ana Sokolovic
ana.solokovic@umontreal.ca

Program head
Bachelor’s in Mixed Composition

Pierre Michaud
p.michaud@umontreal.ca

Program head
Bachelor’s in Digital Music

Robert Normandeau
robert.normandeau@umontreal.ca

Program head
Major in Digital Music
Minor in Digital Music

Nicolas Bernier
nicolas.bernier@umontreal.ca

Jazz Performance and Major/Minor

Wednesday, August 25th, 2021
13 h to 14 h
Online via ZOOM

 

This meeting is intended for students doing a Bachelor’s in Jazz Performance as well as those doing a Major in Jazz and World Music and a Minor in Jazz Composition and Arrangement. This will be an opportunity to meet the program heads and academic advisors, along with members of the team. Students can familiarize themselves with how these programs work, and with the content of the courses and workshops they’re composed of. The programming of public activities such as Big Band concerts will also be presented.

 

Program heads
Bachelor’s – Jazz Performance
Major - Jazz and World Music
Minor - Jazz Composition and Arrangement

Ron Di Lauro
ronald.di.lauro@umontreal.ca

Alain Caron – Academic advisor
alain.caron.3@umontreal.ca

 

Classical Singing Performance

Wednesday, September 8th, 2021
12 h to 13 h
Room B-484

All students in Classical Singing Performance, at all levels, must attend the welcome meeting in Classical Singing. There they’ll get to meet the program head Sylvain Caron as well as all voice teachers, lecturers and heads of different seminars and workshops. We’ll be happy to answer your questions on how the program works and on the content of the courses it’s composed of.

Program head, classical singing performance: Sylvain Caron

Welcome and information session for graduate students

Classical Singing Performance

Wednesday, September 8th, 2021
12 h to 13 h
Room B-484

All students in Classical Singing Performance, at all levels, must attend the welcome meeting in Classical Singing. There they’ll get to meet the program head Sylvain Caron as well as all voice teachers (Rosemarie Landry, Monique Pagé, Richard Margison), lecturers and heads of different seminars and workshops. We’ll be happy to answer your questions on how the program works and on the content of the courses it’s composed of.

Academic advisor – Classical Singing:
Francis Perron (vocal coach and Vice-dean, International Relations): francis.perron@umontreal.ca

Welcome and information session for graduate students and students finishing their Bachelor’s (all disciplines included)

Tuesday August 31
From 3:00 p.m. to 5 p.m.
B-520

This information session is intended for all graduate students (Performance, Composition and Sound Creation, Musicology/Ethnomusicology) as well as for students finishing their Bachelor’s degree and contemplating continuing their studies at the Master’s level. You’ll get to meet the vice-dean responsible for graduate studies, who’ll be pleased to answer your questions. 
 
You’ll also get information about the resources available at the Faculty of Music (laboratories, loan of equipment, library, student circles), and familiarize yourself with how graduate programs function (important Master’s and Doctorate program stages, seminars offered in 2021-2022). 
 
Come join us: important information for your future will be on offer! 

Composition and Sound Creation: Writing, Instrumental/Mixed Composition, Composing for the Screen and Stage, and Digital Music

Tuesday August 24

From 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

B-421

This meeting is intended for students at all levels enrolled in a study program in Composition and Sound Creation. This will be an opportunity to meet the program heads along with members of the team. Students can familiarize themselves with how these programs work, and with the content of the courses they’re composed of. They’ll also get information about the resources available at the Faculty of Music (laboratories and studios, loan of equipment, library, foreign exchange programs, student circles, email lists and so on). Activities for the year 2021-2022 will be presented, especially the concerts, workshops and composition residency competition.

Graduate students are also invited to attend the scheduled meeting (timeslot to be determined), which will deal with among other things the resources in support of research and creative research at the Faculty of Music.

Program head
Bachelor’s in Writing
Major in Music Writing
Minor in Music Writing

François-Hugues Leclair
fh.leclair@umontreal.ca

Program head
Bachelor’s in Instrumental Composition

Ana Sokolovic
ana.solokovic@umontreal.ca

Program head
Bachelor’s in Mixed Composition

Pierre Michaud
p.michaud@umontreal.ca

Program head
Bachelor’s in Digital Music

Robert Normandeau
robert.normandeau@umontreal.ca

Program head
Major in Digital Music
Minor in Digital Music

Dominic Thibault
dominic.thibault@umontreal.ca