It has been a fun season six! Our season started in July, and we’ve had a concert in October as well. Currently, we’re looking forward to our next concert, which will be happening on February the 5th. See our Upcoming Events page for more information!
Our April concert was a lot of fun. At this concert, we gave out the Saskatoon Registered Music Teacher’s student scholarship to Alex Tosh. His composition was performed at our April 10th concert. It was a lot of fun to hear his piece performed!
Currently, we’re planning our next concert. If you’re interested in performing, let us know! We love to have new performers. New volunteers are also welcome. There are lots of ways to help us keep our concerts running – poster hanging and baking are two ways. If you’re interested, please let us know.
We’re looking forward to more concerts featuring excellent local musicians. Please come check us out!
We’re excited to have chosen a winner of the Saskatoon RMT Young Composer Scholarship. The winner will receive their scholarship at our April concert, where we’ll also be featuring a composition by our winner.
Thanks to the Saskatoon RMT for offering the scholarship!
Our April Concert will be on the 10th at 7:30 in the evening. The Concert takes place at Grosvenor Park United Church. Admission is by donation.
More details can be found here.
As part of our 5th season, we are excited to announce the Saskatoon Registered Music Teacher’s Association Young Composer scholarship.
- Any student composers in grade 12 or under is eligible and can submit their application online or through their music teacher.
- Applicants do not have to be students of an RMT.
- Applications are due by October 31st.
The winner will be featured at the April 2016 concert where the piece will be premiered. Details of the performance to be worked out with the composer.
If you have any questions or need an application form please email us .
We look forward your submissions and thank the Saskatoon branch of the SRMTA for their generous support of the Galliard Foundation.