Visit to McGill’s Schulich School of Music

Louise de Tonnancour sent in these photos from the cultural outing last Thursday to the Schulich School of Music. Thanks also to Louise for providing information for all the photos.

The new building on Sherbrooke StreetA beautiful granite sculpture adorns the entrance
to the new building
Margareth Folkimer and Thomas Pryce welcoming us in Pollack Hall
Architectural detail inside the Schulich School of Music
At the door of Tanna Schulich Concert Hall
Inside the hall
Thomas and Margareth explaining the amazing recording
studio–a box within a box
(I like this caption that Louise provided)
“Who is this gentleman ? No, not the one on the floor.
We know it’s Mac Pendleton one of our members looking on.
But who can the bust of the famous musician be? Nobody could tell us.”
When we entered the Schulich School we saw the golden violin displayed.
Music students at work in the very bright library.
“Oh! to be young again and enjoy the student life…
this is what many of us thought.”
A moment in the library to enjoy the view.
Visiting a practice room.
Prof. Don McLean, dean of the school, with WASM members Carole Thom and Adaire Schlatter.
Bicycles everywhere!
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