Vanessa Blais-Tremblay

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Vanessa Blais-Tremblay

Discipline artistique

Violon, chant; enseignement universitaire; révision et traduction (français; anglais)

Spécialités ou services offerts

Cours, spectacles, improvisation, révision et traduction, demandes de bourse

Plus récentes réalisations

PhD en Musicologie et en Études de la Condition Féminine (Université McGill);

Prix, bourses, mentions ou nominations

2018: Bourse en recherche-création du CALQ (18 000$)
2017-18: Outstanding Graduate Instructor Award (MUAR Courses) (teaching award), Schulich School of Music, 500$.
2017: Music Research Alive Graduate Student Award (public musicology award): “Jazz and Theatrical Dance in Interwar Year Montreal,” McGill Schulich School of Music, 1000$.
2017-2018: Research-Creation grant, “Regard moderne sur la féminité dans la chanson québécoise d’inspiration traditionnelle,” Quebec Arts and Letters Council, 18 000$.
2017: Lewis Graduate Award, International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation, McGill University, 4000$.
2012-2017: Joseph-Armand Bombardier Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 158 000$.
2016: Best Collaborative Project on Women and Gender, “Eroticism in Early Modern Music,” eds. Laurie Stras and Bonnie Blackburn, Society for the Study of Early Modern Women.
2016 : Lewis Graduate Award, International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation, McGill University, 4000$.
2016: Jury Award (public musicology award), “Les Femmes et l’âge d’or du Jazz à Montréal,” Société Québécoise de la Recherche en Musique, 500$.
2016: Audience Award, (public musicology award), “Les Femmes et l’âge d’or du Jazz à Montréal,” Société Québécoise de la Recherche en Musique, 100$.
2015: Friends Graduate Student Best Paper Prize in Gender and Women’s Studies, “Don’t Pocahontas Me: Politics of Improvisation in Tanya Tagaq’s Throat Games with Concert-Stage Ensembles,” McGill Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, 500$.
2015: Dean’s Essay Prize in Essay Writing, 1st prize, “Gorgeous Girlies in Glittering Gyrations: Between the Bump-and-Grind and the Branlements-et-Grouillements,” McGill Schulich School of Music, 1000$.
2014: SOCAN Foundation/MusCan Award for Writing in Canadian Music, “Don’t Pocahontas Me: Politics of Improvisation in Tanya Tagaq’s Throat Games with Concert-Stage Ensembles,” Canadian University Music Society, 2500$.
2011-2012: Joseph-Armand Bombardier Masters Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 17,500$.

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