The Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition is an annual event focusing on the exceptional performance of contemporary music by Canada’s top emerging artists. Created as a tribute to composer and pianist/violinist Sonia Eckhardt-Gramatté, the competition highlights Canadian music. Held annually at the Brandon University School of Music on the first weekend in May, it alternates between, Strings (2015), Piano (2016) and Voice (2017).
JOSHUA PETERS, violin with KATHERINE DOWLING, piano
Second Prize Winner: Cameron Crozman, cello with Janelle Scharringa, piano
Third Prize Winner: Sarah Gans, cello with Emily Rho, piano
City of Brandon Best Performance of the Commissioned Work Prize Winner: Cameron Crozman, cello with Janelle Scharringa, piano