Month: October 2010

BRANDON, MB — Tasty Bits is a fundraising venture spearheaded by the students from the Brandon University School of Music’s opera workshop and special guests, including performers from last spring’s acclaimed production of “Albert Herring”.

These bits will be aural treats from the world of musical theatre accompanied by a selection of desserts.

BRANDON, MB — On Saturday, October 30, the Brandon University School of Music will be hosting a masterclass with flutist and educator David Gerry. He will be working with five students from the flute studio of Brandon University’s School of Music, who will present works ranging from the Baroque era to the mid-twentieth century.

BRANDON, MB – Saturday evening, three faculty members of the School of Music and the Conservatory— violinist Kerry DuWors, violist Robert Richardson Jr., and ‘cellist Leanne Zacharias — will be joined on the Lorne Watson Recital Hall stage by two musical friends from Calgary. At this performance, violinist Brinna Brinkerhoff and pianist Jeffrey Neufeld will make their pro series debut.

Dr. Dean Care with 2010 Champions of Student Learning winners Curtis Sookram (left) and Karleigh Bandor (right)
The School of Health Studies’ Nursing and Psychiatric Nursing programs recognize the important role that clinical partners play in student learning and thank them for the continued professional working relationship with nurses, health care professionals and facilities.

Kerry DuWors, violin
Brinna Brinkerhoff, violin
Leanne Zacharias, ‘cello
Jeffery Neufeld, piano
Robert Richardson Jr., viola
Programme: Prokofiev Sonata for Two Violins, Op.56; Kodaly Duo for Violin & Cello, Op. 7; Schumann Piano Quintet in E Flat Major, Op. 44
Professors Kerry DuWors and Leanne Zacharias have invited three of their good friends to join them in this concert:  Robert Richardson Jr. from Brandon, Brinna Brinkerhoff and Jeffrey Neufeld from Calgary.
Saturday, October 30
8:00 p.m.

BRANDON, MB – Next Tuesday evening, flutists Nancy Hennen and David Gerry will reunite on stage for their debut pro series concert, along with pianist Dr. Kyung Kim.  The two often collaborated prior to Hennen’s move to the Brandon University School of Music last year.
The former principal flutist of Symphony Hamilton, Hennen has also played with several other Canadian orchestras.

Dr. Dean Care, Dean of the School of Health Studies announces the results of the latest writing of the Canadian Registered Nursing Examinations by our Bachelor of Nursing (BN) graduates.

In preparation for the initiation of its new Master of Psychiatric Nursing (MPN) in January, the Brandon University Board of Governors has approved the graduate program’s tuition fees in the amount of $600 per three (3) credit hour course.
The MPN program is designed for professionals who are seeking advanced practice roles in administration, clinical practice or education.