About


The CBDNA Report

We have spent much time over the last few years discussing the CBDNA Report and how we can collect members’ program submissions more efficiently and at the same time, have the ability to search the results within a database. After many months of discussion and coordination, and many more months of work, we are thrilled to be collaborating with Dr. Rob Deemer and Dr. Cory Meals from the Institute for Composer Diversity on a trial basis this year to accomplish these goals! In this latest Report, you will find all the programs submitted from the 21-22 and 22-23 Academic Years, thanks to Dr. Deemer and Dr. Meals.

Dr. Danielle Gaudry, editor

CBDNA Program Database

You will find the link to the database of all CBDNA programs submitted in the past here. Hosted by the Institute for Composer Diversity, this is an exciting addition to the CBDNA Report. Members are now able to search past programs using a number of variables such as composer, title, institution, conductor, and year.

Program Search Tool

We are grateful to Dr. Deemer and Dr. Meals for all their continued efforts and endurance in this project and we look forward to the coming months of collaboration with them!

CBDNA Report Submissions

The CBDNA Report welcomes submissions under the following categories: 

• Commissions and Premieres
• News
• Publications and Recordings
• Dissertations
• Programs

If you have previously submitted programs and would like to provide a correction or update, use this form

For new program submissions, please use this form

Please email other submissions directly to Danielle Gaudry at danielle.gaudry@mcgill.ca

Submissions for the next report are due November 1, 2023.

CBDNA Reports