KELSEY PYE -- Telegraph-Journal -- January 25, 2015
SAINT JOHN • Two-dozen veterans received a hero’s welcome Sunday afternoon as the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra commemorated the centenary of the beginning of the First World War.
The NBYO performed its Keeping Faith/Gardons espoir concert at Saint John High School Sunday. Members of the Royal Canadian Legion were special guests of the orchestra, which remembered the outbreak of the First World War, which began in 1914.
The New Brunswick Youth Orchestra created the NBYO distinction awards in 2006 on the occasion of its 40th anniversary as an annual awards program to recognize exemplary leadership and contribution to the development of the orchestra, the musical development of youth and/or the orchestral community in New Brunswick.
MacLeod and Richard honoured as Champions of Public Education at Learning Partnership tribute luncheon
ALAN COCHRANE Times & Transcript -- 11-November-2014
As New Brunswick literacy rates continue to fall, there is an urgent need for this province to invest in early childhood education, Margaret Norrie McCain said Monday.
Times & Transcript October 23, 2014
Former New Brunswick lieutenant-governor Margaret McCain will deliver the keynote address at The Learning Partnership’s Moncton Champions of Public Education Tribute Luncheon on Nov. 10 at the Delta Beauséjour Moncton.
Samantha Robichaud and conductor Antonio Delgado play a preview of a new show by the newly created Tutta Musica , New Brunswick's newest professional music ensemble. Photo: GREG AGNEW/TIMES & TRANSCRIPT
ERIC LEWIS Times & Transcript
October 9, 2014
Tutta Musica is New Brunswick’s newest professional music ensemble.
Posted on October 8, 2014 -- Orchestras Canada, Orchestra News
Once again this week, we’re reporting on the birth of a new youth orchestra! This week, we focus on the Moncton Youth Orchestra, the latest ensemble to join appear under the umbrella of the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra, Sistema NB.