The 2022 McGill Music Graduate Symposium will be taking place online with limited hybrid/in-person events on March 18 to 20. All graduate student presentations will take place on Zoom, while the two keynote presentations will be livestreamed on the Tanna Schulich Hall YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcRlzTbHsGZluGUnsuTVi6g; McGill affiliates may attend the keynotes in person in Tanna Schulich Hall.
You can register for the conference by completing and submitting this Google Form (also available on our ‘Registration’ page): https://forms.gle/vupXj3pProGVGgHi8
For the full program, abstracts, and information about our keynote speakers–Prof. Emily Abrams Ansari (Research Keynote) and creative team Sallynee Amawat and Benjamin Tardif (Performance Keynote)–select the relevant tab in the menu above.
Please note that our previously announced Performance Keynote speaker, Jonathon Adams, has withdrawn from the Symposium for personal reasons.
The Music Graduate Students’ Society (MGSS) is a student-run group that represents all graduate students at McGill University‘s Schulich School of Music. MGSS organizes activities throughout the year, including a fall orientation, end of term parties, general assemblies, the annual McGill Music Graduate Symposium, Trivia Nights, and more!