On the Eve of Canada's 150th Anniversary, the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, Included a Wide-Ranging Mix of Names Related to the Vocal Arts in the End-of-Year Announcement of 100 New Appointments to the Order of Canada, Which Itself Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary in 2017

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On the Eve of Canada's 150th Anniversary, the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, Included a Wide-Ranging Mix of Names Related to the Vocal Arts in the End-of-Year Announcement of 100 New Appointments to the Order of Canada, Which Itself Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary in 2017


On the eve of Canada's 150th anniversary, the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, included a wide-ranging mix of names related to the vocal arts in the end-of-year announcement of 100 new appointments to the Order of Canada, which itself celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2017. Baritone Russell Braun was named Officer of the Order "for his accomplishments as an internationally renowned opera singer and cultural ambassador for our country;" tenor Michael Schade was also named an Officer "for his achievements as a renowned tenor and for his contributions to the world of opera;"Toronto-born Howard Shore was named an Officer of the Order "for his contributions to the film music industry as an internationally celebrated composer and conductor:" though best known for his extensive film work (including the Lord of the Rings trilogy), he also has an opera to his credit with The Fly (2008, produced in Paris and Los Angeles); the husband and wife team of soprano Donna Bennett and pianist Brian Finley, co-founders of the Westben Festival in Campbellford, Ont. …

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