Glenn Gould Goes to Havana

Glenn Gould Goes to Havana 2017 marks the 150th birthday of Canada, but also a host of major Glenn Gould milestones, including the 85th anniversary of his birth. The Glenn Gould Foundation is taking the lead in promoting and encouraging musical and artistic events...

Kat von D talks about Music, Life, Art, and Glenn Gould

Kat von D talks about Music, Life, Art, and Glenn Gould   Celebrated tattoo artist and TV personality Kat von D is one of the true originals of contemporary popular culture. She has not only built a huge fan base including a vast following on social media, but...

A Fond Farewell to Don Hunstein

A Fond Farewell to Don Hunstein Photographer Chronicled the Musical Giants of our Time     All of us at The Glenn Gould Foundation are saddened by the death on March 18 of photography legend Don Hunstein at age 88. Heralded as the last of the great record...

A Year of Anniversaries: Support the Glenn Gould Foundation

  A YEAR OF ANNIVERSARIES Support the Glenn Gould Foundation as we Celebrate! Celebrating Genius, Artistry and the Ideas that Change the World     2017 is Canada’s 150th birthday, and will be an occasion for all Canadians to celebrate with pride, both at...

Shooting A Genius: The Official Philip Glass Portrait

The Portrait of a Genius Shooting the Eleventh Glenn Gould Prize Portrait of Philip Glass an interview with photographer Kenneth Chou "The shoot took four minutes, there was very little said during the time except some simple directions." Eleventh Glenn Gould Prize...

Eleventh Glenn Gould Prize Celebrations

For the Eleventh Glenn Gould Prize celebrations in Canada’s national capital, The Glenn Gould Foundation mounted a wide-ranging array of extraordinary cultural events dubbed “The Grand Tour.” The Tour provided a unique complement to the Prize gala concert and award ceremony, exploring the many ways in which arts and culture inform, enliven and illuminate the public realm, touching all aspects of society, confronting vital social issues, and enriching our most significant public institutions.

Joan Chalmers (1928 – 2016)

One of Canada’s greatest and most dedicated arts philanthropists, Joan supported hundreds of creative individuals and organizations, including The Glenn Gould Foundation.

Joan was responsible for the establishment of the Ontario Crafts Council and Canadian Crafts Council, and serviced on many boards, including the Stratford Festival and the Ontario Arts Council Foundation, as well as supporting the Harbourfront Centre and Young People’s Theatre.

Russell Oberlin (1928 – 2016)

The Glenn Gould Foundation is saddened to learn of the loss of Russell Oberlin, who passed away at the age of 88. Russell was a gifted musician, part of the revival of the countertenor (male alto) vocal tradition that coincided with the Early Music and authentic performance practice movements in the second half of the twentieth century. He had unprecedented success in the United States, becoming the first prominent countertenor in American history.

Leonard Cohen 1934 – 2016

Today all of us at The Glenn Gould Foundation are grieving at the news of Leonard Cohen’s death at the age of 82. Leonard enriched the world with the music of his words, the depth of his insight into the human soul, and the combination of passion, romanticism, irony and lyricism that infused his song and verse.

A Tribute to John Reeves

A tribute to John Reeves
The Glenn Gould Foundation pays tribute to legendary portrait photographer John Reeves, who passed away on November 3rd, at the age of 78