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Peter Schubert

, conductor

Peter Schubert studied theory and conducting with Nadia Boulanger in Paris and holds a Ph.D. inmusicology fromColumbia University, where he conducted the Barnard-Columbia Chorus, Opera Uptown, and the New Calliope Singers. A professor of music theory at McGill University since 1990, Schubert has published two textbooks on counterpoint and numerous articles on Renaissance music. He has been invited to give lectures and workshops in the United States, Belgium, Canada, France, Italy, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. Schubert has a series of videos
demonstrating the art of Renaissance improvisation, which can be viewed on his YouTube channel, peterschubertmusic.

 
Scenes from the Gospels - Motets from Josquin to Palestrina
Ensemble Vivavoce
ACD22695
January, 2014
Tim Brady - Atacama: Symphonie No.3
Tim Brady
ACD22676
February, 2013
Good Night, Good Night, Beloved
Ensemble Vivavoce
ACD22670
October, 2012
La musique de Friedrich Nietzsche
The Orpheus Singers
ACD22148
October, 1998