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Keith Tedman

KEITH TEDMAN, born in Bromley, England, in 1947, grew up in Québec's Eastern Townships. After graduating with a B.Mus. in composition from McGill University in 1972, he went on to study with Bruce Mather and completed his M.M.A. in composition, also at McGill, in 1975. In 1976, he received a Canada Council Arts Award which, together with a doctoral fellowship award from the Québec Government, enabled him to take up post-graduate work in composition and theory under the noted composer and teacher Jonathan Harvey, at the University of Sussex, England.

Upon returning to Montréal in 1978, Tedman joined the full-time faculty at Vanier College, where he currently teaches theory, composition and orchestration. In 1982, he was granted his Ph.D. in music. He has been the recipient of numerous commissions through The Canada Council and the Québec Ministry of Cultural Affairs, as well as from the National Film Board, Crawley Films (Ottawa), and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (television). His works have been performed and broadcast throughout Canada, the United Kingdom and Europe.



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