Financial Assistance and Awards SBSSSKSK!" tSZgxZaSsa, year, values ha p further information conmcuhe Office of Academic Programs or the Examination Department, as appropr.at . ANY SUBJECT Alumni Association - RCM Toronto Chapter Scholarship For a student of a Toronto Chapter Alumni member. Arts and Letters Club Scholarship To a promising student in any musical subject; in memory of Mrs. L. A. Hamilton. Alex Chemiavsky Bursary For an outstanding music student in any subject. Morion Ferguson Foundation Scholarships The Marion Ferguson Foundation was established by the Toronto Conservatory Alumni Association in 1936 in honour of Marion G. Ferguson, Registrar of the Conservatory from 1886 to 1936, for the purpose of providing assistance to gifted students with insufficient means. The funds are adminis- tered by a Board of Trustees appointed from the Alumni Association. Two awards are given annually in any musical subject. Marion Ferguson Student Assistance Fund In addition to the two above-mentioned scholarships a Student Assistance Fund has been established from which financial aid will be disbursed at the discretion of the Board of Trustees. Eva S. Janes Scholarship Bequeathed to the Royal Conservatory by the late Louisa Cornelia Janes in memory of her sister. Ett ore Mazzoleni Memorial Scholarship Established by friends of the late Principal, Ettore Mazzoleni. Royal Conservatory of Music Scholarships and Bursaries Helen Valenska Memorial Scholarship(s) In memory of Helen Valenska, a Russian-born Canadian of rich musical heritage, a student of the Royal Conservatory of Music, and a professional pianist whose unique musical artistry and warm personality enriched the lives of many. Sir Edmund Walker Scholarship For one or more students graduating from the Royal Conservatory, to pursue further studies. Dr. Healey Willan Scholarship Donated by members of the Dr. Healey Willan Chapter, 10DE. Women’s Art Association Scholarship For a female student enrolled in the Senior Course. Women’s Art Association Scholarship in Memory of Margaret Maude Phillips For a student entering the last year of the ARCT program. Vladimir Reinhold Scholarships or Bursaries PLANO Carmel Archambault Memorial Scholarship For an outstanding piano student of Grade 10 level or lower; established by friends of the late Carmel Archambault. Mona Bates Scholarship Fund Jessie Blake Piano Scholarship Margaret Miller Brown Memorial Scholarship Established by friends of the late Margaret Miller Brown. Betty Bur ton Bursary Established by the Forest Hill Village Chapter of the lODE in memory of Elizabeth Woodland Tisdall Burton; awarded on basis of need and merit. Alma Cockburn Memorial Scholarship Established by friends of the late Alma Cockburn. Stanley De’Alh Memorial Scholarship For a promising pupil who is studying Grade 10 piano; established by relatives and friends of the late Mr. Stanley De’Ath. Eleanor Holliday Memorial Scholarship To be awarded annually to an organ, piano or singing student. Vera Hamilton Disher Scholarship or Bursary Sara Gelber Scholarship For a senior piano student; donated by the Sara Gelber Endowment, established as a memorial by her children. Ada Wagstaff Harris Scholarship For a piano student resident in Toronto; in memory of the late Mrs. Ada Wagstaff. Erskine McLean Keys Memorial Scholarship Nicholas Weldon Kilbu m Memorial Scholarship Established in recognition of Nicholas Weldon Kilburn’s distinctive contribution to music. For a senior student of piano committed to pursuing a career in music with particular accomplishment and potential in the areas of the art of keyboard accompaniment of singers and instrumentalists and chamber music. Gordon Kushner Scholarship Fund For a promising student whose principal subject is piano. Robert Eric Lambton Memorial Scholarship Anna Moskoff Malania Bursary For a needy student whose principal subject is piano. John H. Sherwood Memorial Scholarship Czeslaw Skrzycki Memorial Scholarship For a promising senior piano student; organized by friends of the late Czeslaw Skrzycki in honour of his contributions to musical education. Anna Smolenska Memorial Scholarship For an outstanding talented and needy RCM piano student. Pierre Souvairan Scholarship Emily Tedd Scholarship For a talented vocal and/or piano student (or students); as a memorial to the late Emily Te Women’s Musical Club of Toronto Scholarship To be awarded annually to an advanced student studying piano at the Royal Conservatory o Yamaha Music Scholarship „,, re ntial; For a piano student showing taknt and poten provided through Yamaha Canada Music Ltd. Financial Assistance and Awards organ Leo Barnes Scholarship For a student (or students) whose principal subject is cello and/or organ. Marion Ferguson Organ Scholarship Founded by the late Marion Ferguson. Eleanor Halliday Memorial Scholarship To be awarded annually to an organ, piano, or singing student. Frederick C. Silvester Scholarship Established by friends of the late Registrar, Frederick C. Silvester. Kathleen Stokes Scholarships & Bursaries To be awarded to one or more organ students. SINGING Ida Lillian Brad Scholarships For females under 16 years of age who desire to commence or continue singing studies and who are considered to be promising students worthy of encouragement and who are in financial need of assistance. Paul Frederic Brown Memorial Scholarship For an outstanding student in singing and/or vocal coaching; established by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brown and their friends to perpetuate the memory of their son Paul. Howell Glynne Operatic Scholarship To be awarded to a second-year voice student. Eleanor Halliday Memorial Scholarship To be awarded annually to an organ, piano, or singing student. Robert William Hunter Scholarship Awarded annually to a male vocal student; in memory of Robert William Hunter. Frederick R. MacKelcan Memorial Scholarship Established by the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir Foundation in memory of Frederick R. MacKelcan. Mrs. Mae E. Myers Scholarship The gift of Dr. A. J. William Myers. John McKnight Scholarship Emilie Rublev Memorial Scholarship For a student in singing or vocal coaching. Julia Sackin Memorial Scholarship One awarded to each of an RCM voice and classical guitar student in their late teens. If there is no award in guitar, another voice student will receive the second scholarship. June Elizabeth Starling Scholarship or Bursary To be awarded annually to a promising voice student. Emily redd Scholarship For a talented vocal and/or piano student (or stu ents); as a memorial to the late Emily Tedd. Francis R. Thomson Vocal Scholarship To be awarded annually. Ernesto Vinci Scholarship Donated by students and friends to honour Dr. Vinci for his many years of dedicated work. Grace Elizabeth Walton Scholarship For a promising full-time student whose principal subject is singing. VIOLIN Catherine Royce Alderson Scholarship To be awarded to a student (or students) whose principal subject is violin, with this inscription: “This gift commemorates the life-long enthusiasm, interest, and unselfish generosity of Catherine Royce Alderson in regard to the arts, education, and well-being of all living things” Sika and Chris Dafefl Violin Bursary For a needy student whose principal subject is violin; in memory of Sika and Chris Dafeff. Paul Kenton Violin Scholarship Lilian A. Low Scholarship or Bursary A. Victor Madge Scholarship Loan of a violin for one year, for two outstanding violinists in the Associatcship Diploma Program; in memory of A. Victor Madge, alumnus of the RCM. A. Victor Madge Memorial Scholarship To be awarded to a student whose principal subject is violin. Noriko Martin Memorial Scholarship For an outstanding string player aged 13 or under. John Moskalyk Memorial Prize Maurice Solway Violin Scholarship For a deserving violin student; to be awarded annually during the donor’s lifetime. Elie Spivak Scholarship Women’s Art Association of Canada Violin Scholarship in Memory of Margaret Maude Phillips Derazey Violin on loan for one year to a deserving Scholarship student. CELLO Leo Bam es Scholarship For a student (or students) whose principal subject is cello and/or organ. Boris Hambourg Memorial Scholarship For a full-time student whose principal subject is Millie Shime Memorial Scholarship In honour of Millie Shime. DOUBLE BASS Donald McMurrich Memorial Scholarship GUITAR Julia Sackin Memorial Scholarship One award to each of an RCM voice and classical guitar student in their late teens. If there is no award in guitar, another voice student will receive the second scholarship. HARP Harry Wilson and Vida Pearl Drummond Memorial Scholarship Where there is no deserving harp student, the award will be made to a student of another orchestral instrument. ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS Watson Slraiton Memorial Scholarship for Orchestral Instruments In memory of Watson Straiton, a clarinetist and church orchestra conductor. This scholarship is to be used towards the purchase of an orchestral instrument. FLUTE Arthur Minden Memorial Scholarship CLARINET Avrahm Galper Clarinet Scholarship & Bursaries For full-time clarinet students with a minimum standing of the Grade 9 level of the Royal Con- servatory of Music or the equivalent, in honour of the contributions of Avrahm Galper to musical life in Canada, especially in the field of clarinet education. INSTRUMENT MAINTENANCE Alvin R. Oke Scholarship Fund To assist students in the maintenance of a musical instrument. COMPOSITION Helen Johnston Durrani Scholarship in Composition Awarded annually to a gifted student-composer for study with Dr. Samuel Dolin. Applicant need not be a previous student of Dr. Dolin or of the Royal Conservatory of Music. Eligible age: 12 - 30 years. Award determined by submission of original work, tapes if available, and interview. Barbara Whurram Scholarship Provided through the Frederick Harris Music Co. Limited. SPEECH AND DRAMA Clara Salisbury Baker Scholarship Roly Young Scholarship 19 Financial Assistance and Awards Harmony, coordination and accomplishment: the fruits of labour for this Chamber Music ensemble in rehearsal. EXAMINATION SCHOLARSHIPS Frederick Harris Examination Scholarships The Frederick Harris Music Company provides scholarships which are awarded annually by prov- ince (Atlantic provinces are considered as one). Awards are made in piano, organ, accordion, strings, orchestral instruments (brass, woodwinds and percussion), and singing. Awards are made to students who have obtained the highest marks (not less than 80 percent) in their particular disciplines and who have com- pleted the prescribed theory requirements for their respective grades. In Grades 1 to 4, an award will be given to each candidate tying for first place. When there is a tie in other grades, the candidates’ past examination records, including theory, will be considered. Winners will be announced each November prior to Convocation. These scholarships are to be applied towards students’ future tuition and will be made payable to their teachers as follows: Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 . . Grade 4 . . Grade 5 . . Grade 6 . . Grade 7 oi Grade 9 oi $50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 60.00 60.00 80.00 100.00 Esme Rose Crichton Memorial Scholarship Two scholarships awarded annually to a student in Grade 9 and a student in Grade 10, who have obtained the highest marks in their piano exami- nations whether or not theory requirements have been completed. When there is a tie, the award will be divided equally. Candidates must reside in Saskatchewan. Antal Janos Dvorak Memorial Scholarship For the candidate receiving the highest mark in aTrombone practical examination in Grade 9 or higher. Gordon Halle tt Scholarship Awarded annually to the ARCT candidate who has obtained the highest practical mark and at least 80 percent in the written section of the Piano Teacher’s Associate examination. If no candidate qualifies in any year, the amount of the scholarship will revert to the capital fund. Simon Kruger Memorial Scholarship To a Manitoba student who has obtained the highest mark in a Grade 10 violin, accordion, or piano examination. Annie Larson Scholarship Awarded annually to a candidate residing in the Province of Saskatchewan, who has obtained the highest marks in the Grade 8 to ARCT Violin examinations. Patricia McLean Memorial Scholarship Four scholarships awarded after each session to students who obtain the highest marks in the Orade 8 piano examinations (four awards annually) Helen Tough Murray Scholarship Awarded annually to the top-ranking Canadian recipient of the Performer’s ARCT Diploma in piano. Doris A. Proud Memorial Scholarship Given by her four daughters in memory of Mrs. Doris A. Proud, awarded annually to a piano student who has obtained the highest mark in Grades 1 - 10 and who has completed all certificate co-requisites. The candidate must reside in Grand Prairie, Alberta. Kathryn Sinclair Prize A copy of the Encyclopedia of Music in Canada awarded annually to the student who has obtained the highest standing in the Grade 5 History examination, in memory of Kathryn Sinclair, an esteemed member of the Royal Conservatory of Music faculty and Board of Examiners. When there is a tie, candidates’ past examination records will be considered. Jean Snowdon Scholarship Awarded annually to the candidate who has obtained the highest first-class honours standing in the Grade 9 Piano examinations held at the Vancouver Centre and who has completed all theory co-requisites. Charlotte Anne Walker Scholarship Awarded annually to a candidate from Elgin County, Ontario, who has obtained 85 per cent or more in the Grade 10 piano examination and who has completed all theoretical co-requisites wit an average mark of 75 percent or over. Publications Two of the Conser- vatory’s faculty members, performers Roxolana Roslak, soprano, with Derek Bampton on piano. Good, the more communicated, more abundant grows. John Milton, Paradise Lost, 1667 Syllabi, bulletins, yearbooks and music publications all bring our world to yours, communicating the news, philosophy and direction of the Conservatory to students, teachers and friends. The RCM Bulletin is published five times yearly for the convenience of teachers, students and other interested readers. It features articles on teaching and perfor- ming, reviews of common errors on RCM examinations, Alumni news, announce- ments, information on Summer School and other specialized programs at the Conservatory, and musical events across the country. The Bulletin is available by subscription through the RCM, (416) 978-2790. Fee Schedule Available at the beginning of each aca- demic year, the Royal Conservatory of Music Fee Schedule lists all members of the teaching faculty of the Royal Con- servatory of Music, subjects taught, and tuition fees. It also provides building hours, information on hall and practice studio rentals, examination fees, impor- tant dates, and RCM branch addresses and telephone numbers. Syllabi The Royal Conservatory of Music pub- lishes Syllabi for practical and theoretical examinations of ten grade levels leading to the final examination for the Asso- ciateship Diploma (ARCT). The Syllabi outline requirements in repertoire, technique, studies, ear tests, sight read- ing, and theory, as well as rules and regu- lations for examinations in all disciplines. The following Syllabi are currently in effect: Syllabus Edition Piano 1983 Organ, Accordion, Singing 1981 Strings 1979 Speech and Drama 1978 A new edition of the Orchestral Syllabus 21 [,M Royal Conservatory Music Store and Alumni Association The RCM Music Store offers a variety of musical materials, supplies and hooks, including publications and recordings by Conservatory Faculty members. (including Percussion) will be issued in the fall of 1986. New editions of other Syllabi are currently in preparation. Contact the Examination Department of the Royal Conservatory or the RCM Centre Co- ordinator to confirm the most recent Syllabi editions. Frederick Harris Music Co. Ltd. Publications The Royal Conservatory of Music h; authorized a variety of publications f< use. n examinations. Published by th. fnticMM SM r C0 ' Sndarail he RCM Music Store and at local indud^ 0 ” 8 elsewhere, these publicai Pwno Examination Repertoire V* volumes, Grades 1-9) Complete Pianoforte Technique d 8 * and Gr ades 9 and 10) Guitar Repertoire Series (4 volumes: Grades 1-4) Guitar Repertoire Cassettes (3 cassettes: Grades 1-3) Scales and Arpeggios for Guitar RCM Vocal Repertoire (1 volume: Grades 1-4) Studies in Vocalization (Grades 6-8; Grade 9; Grade 10) RCM Singing: Technical Exercises (1 volume: Grade 10 and ARCT) RCM Violin Examinations (2 volumes: Grades 1 and 2, Grades 3 and 4) RCM Violin Course: Technical Requirements (2 volumes: Grades 1-6, Grades 7-10) The Frederick Harris Music Company also publishes the Harris Piano Festival Series and Harris Piano Classics. The Royal Conservatory Music Store is located in the Main Building, 273 Bloor Street West. The Music Store carries materials listed in the RCM Syllabi and many other music publications and items of interest to musicians and the general public. The Music Store carries all materials published by the Frederick Harris Music Company (Ltd.) that are authorized by the Royal Conservatory of Music for examination purposes, RCM syllabi, theory examination papers and ARCT viva voce pamphlets in piano and singing. The Music Store will accept special orders and ships to all parts of the country. For information contact the Royal Con- servatory of Music Store, ( 416 ) 9 78-3773. Developing musicians in Canada are encouraged and financially supported by the Alumni Association of the Royal Conservatory of Music. Experience and exposure are provided through student recitals, workshops, etc. Thousands of dollars are given annually by the National Council of the Alumni, indi- vidual Chapters and affiliated trust funds for scholarships, bursaries and student assistance programs. There are eight Chapters, co-ordinated by National Council in Toronto, that operate independently in centres from Montreal to Victoria. An Alumni Development Committee is working to establish more chapters in areas not currently served. Alumni Association meetings allow members to meet socially in a variety of events, and to maintain contact with their musical Alma Mater. This continu- ing contact is of great value as many RCM Alumni pass on the legacy of music to others. Grace Morrison, President, National Council November 1986 Membership in the Alumni Association is open to all Associates of the Royal Con- servatory (ARCT’s and ATCM's) and to members of the Conservatory Faculty For information, contact the Publicity Office, ( 416 ) 9 78 - 3771 . 22 Royal Conservatory of Music Administration and Faculty board of management (1986-1987) Mr. Peter Allen, Chairman Mr. Ben A. Wilson, Vice-Chairman Mr. Gordon Kushner Mr. Lawrence Heisey Mr. William A. Macdonald Mr. Steven Staryk Mrs. Patricia Wardrop Mr.J.C. Wilson ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS (1986-1987) Acting Principal Robert Dodson, B.Mus., M.Mus. Assistant Principal (Administration) lan F. Ross, B.A., M.B.A. Co ordinator of Academic Programs Peter Simon, B.Mus., M.Mus., D.M.A. Co-ordinator of General Programs To be announced Co-ordinator of Performance Programs John Barnum, Mus.Bac. Head of Examinations Daryl Irvine, L.R.C.T., L.R.S.M. Academic Consultant (Examinations) Edward Janus, B.A., A.R.C.T. Co-ordinator of Field Services (Examinations) Kay Turner Manager of Financial Services Hiie Galea Accountant Yvonne Ho, B.A. Publicity Officer Mary Ann Ross, B.A., A.R.C.T. Supervisor of Registration Lillian Carleton Manager of Physical Plant Michael Culbert Co-ordinator of Children's Programs Carolyn Spence Manager, Music Store Danny Bishop, B.A., M.L.S. Personnel Officer Patricia Maguire ACADEMIC STAFF '(1986-1987) Gordon McKinnon Irene McLellan Keyboard Susan Hamblyn Tom McPherson Department Helen Hardy Eric Medhurst Andrew Markow, Gayle Hennick Adelmo Melecci Chairman Nancy Hou Dale Innes Lynda Metclsky Tiina Mitt-Kreem Piono Marek Jablonski Earl Mlotek William Aide Edward Janus Mary Dean Morrison James Anagnoson Julie Jekova Earle Moss Judy Au Mary Johnson Arshalouise Nersessian John Bailey Carolyn Jones Ruth Nieboer Brenda Baranga Leokadia Kanovich Renata Novic Boris Berlin John Karr Yun Yun Oen Carol Birtch Maren Kassbaum Vincent O’Kane Madeline Bone Mary Kenedi Marietta Orlov Wilhelmina Booker Judith Kenedi-Peleg Suzanne Helena Bowkun Mildred Kenton Palubiski-Willson Gayle-Sharlene Brown Stella Kerson Patricia Parr Avey Byram Oak Hyon Kim Mimi Pascoe Vera Chaikowsky Leslie Kinton Lois Pearson Robin Charles Spiro Kizas Tela Podoliak Freda Clark Sharon Krause Clifford Poole John Coveart Elaine Kruse Wilfred Powell Judith Crocker John Kruspe Jennifer Pullan Robert D'Aoust Antonin Kubalek Solon Reyes Vera Danchenko Irina Kugucheva Harold Ross Nina Danylciw Gordon Kushner Marianna Samuel Dolin Larysa Kuzmenko Rozenfeld-Milkis George Donnell Carole Law-Bancroft Dagmar Rydlo Anne Drake James Lawless Gloria Saarinen Gwendolyn Duchemin Dagmar Stephen Satory Annette Ellis Ledlova-Kopecky Wendy Shilton Rodica Eugen Aeri Lee Bonnie Silver Laurie Evan-Fraser Hwaeja Lee Regina Skoblo Kathleen Fairbrother Hellen Leschenko David Snable Douglas Finch Fanny Levitan Pierre Souvairan Alexander Floruk Patrick Li Robert Spergel Janet Fothergill Evalyn Lindsey Tamara Spigelman Regina Franke Robert Linzon Christine Surman James Fraser Hilda Luffman Peeter Tammearu Pierre Gallant Boris Lysenko Richard Taverner John Gaspar Frances Macerollo Frank Tetreau Eugene Gates Doris Mahoney Tanya Tk ac henko Monica Gaylord Andrew Markow BoyannaToyich Antonis General Ora Marwick LaraTrubashnik Marina Geringas Lorna May Barbara Urquhart Lawrence Goodwill Victor McCorry William Vaisey John Graham Minnie McCurdy Aino Waldin Myrtle Guerrero George McElroy Arlene Watson Gordon Hallett Carol McFadden Ruth Watson- Margaret Halliwell Lauren Mclnnes Henderson Dianne Werner The Royal Conser- vatory Faculty Lounge is often a lively forum for the exchange of ideas and opinions on music, teaching and Marc Widner Marjorie Wiens Hilda Wu Jean Yip Alla Zacarelli (Brat) Boris Zarankin Peteris Zarins Nora Zis Michael Bloss Eugene Gates Dagmar Ledlova-Kopecky Hwaeja Lee Wilfred Powell Harpsichord Elizabeth Keenan Colin Tilney Accordion Eugene Laskiewicz Joe Ringhofer Glen Sawich Voice Department Helen Simmie, Chairman Singing William Bowen Dorothy Ross Braid Eraine Braun Donna Brindle In Sook Chung Bernard Diamant Joanne Dorenfeld Ginette Duplessis Donna Sherman Ewer Audrey Farnell Glenn Gardiner Margaret John Vera Kaushansky Patricia Kern Fanny Levitan Nelson Lohnes Jean MacPhail Paul Massel Irene McLellan William Perry Mary Rezza Patricia Rideout Roxolana Roslak Megan Rutledge Jean Marie Scott Helen Simmie Catherine Slovak Norma Tetreau Adrienne White Vocal Coaching Norman Abbott Derek Bampton George Brough Avey Byram John Coveart Brahm Goldhamer Stella Kerson Fanny Levitan Minnie McCurdy Carol McFadden Irene McLellan Mary Rezza William Vaisey Marjorie Wiens Speech and Drama John Archibald Florence Aymong Jean Bocian Gayle-Sharlene Brown Margaret McDonald Leilah Pohl Elfrida Wild String Department Eugene Kash, Chairman 23 Violin Atis Bankas Ninel Bard Angelo Calcafuoco Victor Danchenko Erica Davidson Isidor Desser Julia Flier Yaakov Geringas Cynthia Graham Joyce Gundy Moshe Hammer Yuriko Horie Alec Hou Gerard Kantarjian Eugene Kash Mi Hyon Kim Jef ten Kortenaar Jean Lamon Jascha Milkis John Montague Hyung-Sun Paik Young Dae Park Joseph Peleg Frank Radcliffe Katharine Rapoport Clara Schran: Steven Staryk Leo Wigdorchik Arkady Yanivker David Zafer Benjamin Zemelman Zhang Yun Zhang Viola Isidor Desser Marilyn Gilbert Rivka Golani Osher Green Joyce Gundy Artur Jansons Eugene Kash John Montague Douglas Perry Katharine Rapaport Stanley Solomon Kent Teeple Cello Coenraad Bloemendal Gayle-Sharlene Brown Daniel Domb William Findlay Susan Gagnon Donald Green Wolfgang Grunsky John Helmers David Hetherington Jennifer Huggett-Flint Vladimir Orloff Peter Schenkman Jose Shapero Mary Starr Alan Stellings Robert Spergel Double Bass Nancicarole Davis John Gowen Peter Madgett Thomas Monohan Joel Quarrington Alan Stellings Viola da Gamba Wolfgang Grunsky Peggie Sampson Guitar William Beauvais Richard Bradley Robert Hamilton Ernest Hills Richard Kolb Norbert Kraft Peter McAllister Terry McKenna John Perrone William Trotter Barton Wigg Donald Wilson Stephen Wingfield Lute Ernest Hills Richard Kolb Terry McKenna Harp Maureen Creates Judy Loman Susana Remeny- Prentice Orchestral Instruments Department Barbara Hankins, Chairman Conducting Eugene Kash Roman Toi Flute Dianne Aitken Peg Albrecht Vicki Blechta Eileen Fawcett Karen Fedorowski Margot Onodera Elizabeth Rutter Judith Schenkman Karin Schindler Suzanne Shulman Douglas Stewart Oboe Lawrence Cherney Richard Dorsey Clare Scholtz Clarinet James Campbell Katherine Carlcton Dennis Chreptyk Morris Eisenstadt Avrahm Galper Paul Grice Barbara Hankins hlago Simeonov Royal Conservatory of Music Administration and Faculty Bassoon Benson Bell Saxophone Dennis Chreptyk Morris Eisenstadt David Tanner Professional Woodwind Doubling Jack Zaza Recorder Karen Fedorowski Maria Grunsky Wolfgang Grunsky Scott Paterson Susan Prior Percussion Kenneth Erskinc David Kent Horn Richard Blechta Harcus Hennigar James MacDonald Eugene Rittich Mark Robbins Trumpet Darryl Eaton Horace Hinds Mark Robbins James Spragg Joseph Umbrico Trombone Mark Robbins Gordon Sweeney Cameron Walter Tub a Douglas Purvis Cameron Walter Euphonium Cameron Walter Theory Department Anthony Dawson, Chairman Assistant Chairmen: Timothy Sullivan, Composition Joe Ringhofer, History Irene McLellan, Musicianship Carol McFadden, Rudiments Maurice White, Theory/Analysis Theory and Music History William Andrews Wilhelmina Booker Gayle-Sharlene Brown Adelina Burashko Vera Chaikowsky Robin Charles Freda Clark Robert D’Aoust Anthony Dawson Samuel Dolin Laurie Evan-Fraser Kathleen Fairbrother Janet Fothergill Regina Franke Pierre Gallant John Caspar Lawrence Goodwill Helen Hardy Kenneth Harrison Ernest Hills Horace Hinds Dale Innes Edward Janus Julie Jekova Carolyn Jones Stella Kerson Elaine Kruse John Kruspe Larysa Kuzmenko Carole Law-Bancroft James Lawless Hwaeja Lee Arthur Levine Alexina Louie Hilda Luffman Frances Macerollo Doris Mahoney Ora Marwick Lorna May Carol McFadden Gordon McKinnon Don McLean Irene McLellan Eric Medhurst Adelmo Melecci Lynda Metelsky Tiina Mitt-Kreem Earl Mlotek Mary Dean Morrison Lois Pearson Tela Podoliak Wilfred Powell Jennifer Pullan Jay Rahn Solon Reyes Joe Ringhofer Elizabeth Rutter Stephen Satory Glen Sawich Molly Sclater Bonnie Silver Timothy Sullivan Peeter Tammearu Richard Taverner Roman Toi William Vaisey Arlene Watson Maurice White Barton Wigg JeanYip Peteris Zarins Composition Robin Charles Anthony Dawson Samuel Dolin Pierre Gallant Helen Hardy Larysa Kuzmenko Alexina Louie Don McLean Timothy Sullivan Peeter Tammearu Roman Toi Electronic Music Wesley Wraggett Teachers’ Courses Koddly Edith Lantos Preparatory Music Teacher’s Apprentice Program Ruth Berger Mary Stouffer Donna Wood Solfige Pedagogy Adelina Burashko Piano Pedagogy Boris Berlin Antonis General Marina Geringas Gordon Hallett Earle Moss Wilfred Powell BoyannaToyich Vocal Pedagogy Megan Rutledge Early Music Studies Judith Cohen Wolfgang Grunsky Ernest Hills Elizabeth Keenan Richard Kolb Jean Lamon Hwaeja Lee Terry McKenna Alison Melville Susan Prior Peggie Sampson Colin Tilney Alexander Technique Nehemia Cohen Introductory Dalcroie Eurythmics Marianne Kotyk Artists in Residence Da Camera Moshe Hammer, violin James Campbell, clarinet Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, cello William Tritt, Children’s Classes Eurythmics Wendy Taxis Preparatory Music Classes Sophie Bell Ruth Berger Frances Macerollo Mary Stouffer Marjorie Wiens Donna Wood Keyboard Classes Vera Chaikowsky Nina Danylciw Kathleen Fairbrother Mary Johnson Frances Macerollo Mimi Pascoe Koddly for Children Edith Lantos Orff Music for Children Angela Elster Alison Kenny- Gardhouse Suzuki Program Erica Davidson, Musical Director Steven Staryk, Honorary Director Erica Benaka Vicki Blechta Angelo Calcafuoco Cynthia Graham Helen Hardy Yuriko Horie Cecilia Ignatieff Spiro Kizas Hazel Litvin Lauren Mclnnes Katharine Rapoport Carolyn Rawlinson Clara Schranz Mary Starr Faculty on Leave of Absence (1986-87) Anne Armstrong Janet Benedict Robert Benedict David Fallis Richard Hornsby Karen Kimmett Alison Mackay Hazel Nevin Newton David Paul Jeltje Reid Randi Schonning Jana Skarecky Kathleen Solose 24 Locations Main Building McM aster Hall (416) 978-3797 Royal Conservatory of Music 273 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario M5S 1W2 BRANCHES: Avenue Road (416) 921-8958 460 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario M4V 2J1 Etobicoke (416) 231-4060 5048 Dundas Street West, Islington, Ontario M9A 1B9 Forest Hill (416) 922-2935 366 Spadina Road, Toronto, Ontario M5P 2V4 Mississauga (416) 279-9647 55 Dundas Street East, Mississauga, Ontario L5A 1V9 North Toronto (416) 488-2780 2 Alexandra Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario M4R 1L7 Runnymecie (416) 767-2701 566 Annette Street, Toronto, Ontario M6S 2C2 Scarborough (416) 755-7464 1865A Lawrence Ave. East, Scarborough, Ontario MIR 2Y3 Willowdale (416) 221-5597 2A Kingsdale Avenue, Willowdale, Ontario M2N 3W1 A view of the main entrance to the Royal Conservatory building on Bloor Street. 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