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Bruce Kotowich

Bruce Kotowich and the Windsor Classic ChoraleMusic instructor Bruce Kotowich will lead the Windsor Classic Chorale in Saturday’s entry in the Stone and Sky summer literary, music and art series.

Voices to lift in song at Pelee Island arts festival

Music instructor Bruce Kotowich will lead the Windsor Classic Chorale in Saturday’s entry in the Stone and Sky summer literary, music and art series.

Madison ToulouseMusic student Madison Toulouse is one of many members of the WSO Chorus with a UWindsor connection: students, alumni, staff and faculty sing with the group.

Orchestral chorus to take centre stage Friday

Students, alumni, staff and faculty will perform with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra Chorus in its spring concert Friday, May 12.

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Chorale concert to explore themes of love

Music professor Bruce Kotowich will lead the Windsor Classic Chorale in a Valentine’s concert exploring the themes of love, nature, darkness, and light, Saturday, February 11, in the Heritage Auditorium, Assumption Hall.

Entitled “Nocturnes: A Romantic Evening of Songs About Love and the Night,” the program will feature works by composers Johannes Brahms, Gioachino Rossini, Daniel Elder, and Dan Forrest, and poets Sara Teasdale and Emily Dickinson.

Bruce KotowichBruce Kotowich will lead the chorus and add his bass voice in solo performance for the Windsor Symphony Orchestra’s concert program this weekend.

Instructor to solo and lead chorus in weekend concerts

Bruce Kotowich will lead the chorus and add his bass voice in solo performance for the Windsor Symphony Orchestra’s concert program this weekend.

grand pianoFriday’s concert marks the public debut of the school’s new Yamaha CFX grand piano. The instrument will find a permanent home in the recital hall in the re-imagined Armouries building when it opens to the music program next year.

Choral concert to key on cantata

“Music for Choirs, Pianos and Percussion” will feature selections from Carl Orff’s cantata Carmina Burana, Friday in the Heritage Auditorium.

Richard Householder, Sheelagh Householder, Bruce Kotowich UWindsor professor emeritus Richard Householder accepts congratulations from his wife Sheelagh Householder and Bruce Kotowich, his successor as choir director who nominated him for an arts leadership award.

Endowment recognizes UWindsor artists

UWindsor grads, faculty and students are well-represented among 2016 winners of awards from the Windsor Endowment for the Arts.