The Koerner Foundation
Mary-Margaret Webb Foundation
John Weinzweig won a silver Olympic medal in 1948. For music. Learn about the history of non-sport Olympic medals.
Groven is the sole winner of the $3000 Grand Prize for best overall work submitted in the competition for her work entitled Animaris Currens Ventosa.
On March 11, 2013, Heritage Toronto unveiled a Toronto Legacy Plaque to commemorate John Weinzweig.
Martin Knelman reviews the John Weinzweig Centenary Concert and reflects on Weinzweig's legacy. Published in the Toronto Star on Tuesday, March 12, 2013.
The Huronia Symphony performs Symphonic Ode and Enchanted Hill in Barrie, Ontario.
Hear Belleville's Quinte Symphony perform Divertimento No. 3 under the direction of Gordon Craig.
Members of Les AMIS Ensemble celebrate Weinzweig's Centenary with performances in Ukraine, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, and Poland between September 24, 2013 and October 5, 2013.
On Sunday, August 4, 2013, Dr. James Wright illuminates the life and accomplishments of Canadian composer John Weinzweig on the centenary of his birth. This is a 45-minute "snapshot performance."
On Sunday, July 7, The NAC Orchestra is performing Weinzweig’s Red Ear of Corn in honour of John Weinzweig’s 100th birthday celebration.