Jon-Tomas Godin is Associate Professor of Music Theory at Brandon University, specializing on form and structure in 19th century music and broader connections between music theory and the history of ideas. He also works with the academic union movement in Canada.
Laura Gray is Associate Professor, Music at the University of Waterloo, where she has taught and served in administrative roles for over 20 years, after earning degrees in Music from UWO, UBC and Yale. Her main areas of research include the British reception of Jean Sibelius and British music criticism between the wars.
STEPHANIE LINDPast President
Currently Associate Professor at the Dan School of Drama and Music, Queen’s University, Stephanie Lind studies contemporary Canadian art music, transformational theory, and the music of video games. Her scholarship includes conference presentations and publications in The Soundtrack, Intersections, and Music Video Games.
Jeremy Strachan (PhD, Musicology) researches aspects of Canadian music related to modernism, experimentalism, and settler colonialism. He currently teaches at the University of Ottawa, and is project manager for Decolonizing Canadian Music: Redressing the Misuse of Indigenous Song at the Canadian Music Centre (Queen’s).
Michelle Boyd is an instructor at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, where she teaches courses in musicology and musicianship. She holds a BM from Acadia and an MA and PhD in Musicology from the University of Toronto. She directs the Acadia University Singers and is the music director at St. John’s Anglican Church, Wolfville. Michelle has been a member of MusCan since 2008.
COLETTE SIMONOT-MAIELLOWebsite Editor
Currently Associate Professor of Musicology at the University of Manitoba, Colette Simonot-Maiello’s research focuses on politics, gender, and religion in modern Canadian and French opera. Her scholarship includes numerous conference presentations and public talks as well as publications in Intersections, UofT Quarterly, and other fora.
ARIANE COUTUREFrench Editor, Intersections
Trained as a pianist, Ariane Couture is Assistant Professor of Musicology at Université de Sherbrooke. A socially engaged academic, she is Francophone Editor for Intersections and on the board of many cultural and digital organizations. She published La création musicale à Montréal de 1966 à 2006 vue par ses institutions (PUL).
PAUL SANDENEnglish Editor, Intersections
Paul Sanden is Associate Professor (Music History) at the University of Lethbridge. His research investigates meaning formation in contemporary music, and especially the impact of electronic technologies on music’s performance. Author of Liveness in Modern Music. English editor, Intersections: Canadian Journal of Music.
WILLIAM RICHARDSSCIM Chair
Bill chairs Music at MacEwan University and is the architect of MacEwan’s BMus. He directs ensembles and teaches theory, composition/arranging and electronica. Bill was the Local Arrangements Chair, MusCan 2018 (MusEcologies), and has chaired SCIM since then.