Congratulations to Lydia Adams, 2012 Recipient of the Roy Thomson Hall Award of Recognition
Yesterday at The 2012 Toronto Arts Foundation Awards at The Mayor’s Arts Awards Lunch, conductor, pianist, composer, producer, and arranger, Lydia Adams, accepted the Roy Thomson Hall Award of Recognition. Dr. Adams received a $10,000 cash prize, her name on the base of the Dora de Pedery Hunt sculpture (located in the lobby of Roy Thomson Hall) and seat endowment in her name. Lydia Adams is Conductor and Artistic Director of both the Elmer Iseler Singers and the Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto, national leaders in commissioning, premiering, performing and recording Canadian choral works. Dr. Adams believes passionately in the power of music to effect positive change in the lives of people of all ages and consistently demonstrates a true dedication to the creation and growth of Canadian choral music. Her expertise and dedication make her a vibrant and inspiring musical force and a deserving recipient of the recognition. From all of us at The Corporation of Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall, congratulations Lydia Adams and thank you for all that you do to enrich Toronto’s amazing arts and culture scene.
Posted by admin in The Scene on June 22, 2012
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Congratulations to Lydia Adams,  2012 Recipient of the Roy Thomson Hall Award of Recognition
Yesterday at the 2012 Toronto Arts Foundation Awards at The Mayor’s Arts Awards Lunch, conductor, pianist, composer, producer, and arranger, Lydia Adams, accepted the Roy Thomson Hall Award of Recognition. Dr. Adams received a $10,000 
cash prize, her name on the base of the Dora de Pedery Hunt sculpture (located in the lobby of Roy Thomson Hall) and seat endowment in her name. Lydia Adams is Conductor and Artistic Director of both the Elmer Iseler Singers and the Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto, national leaders in commissioning, premiering, performing and recording Canadian choral works. Dr. Adams believes passionately in the power of music to effect positive change in the lives of people of all ages and consistently demonstrates a true dedication to the creation and growth of Canadian choral music. Her expertise and dedication make her a vibrant and inspiring musical force and a deserving recipient of the recognition. From all of us at The Corporation of Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall, congratulations Lydia Adams and thank you for all that you do to enrich Toronto’s amazing arts and culture scene.                      Posted by admin in The Scene on June 22, 2012
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