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  • 1. Peter Bodnarchuk B. Mus.; M. Mus.; B. Arts Ed. After Degree Box 82 Wynyard, Saskatchewan S0A 4T0 (306) 560-7423 E-mail: Website: YouTube: My Music Websites #1: (Indie Folk): MMW #2: (M. Mus. Compositions): Post-Secondary EducationUniversity of Regina 2009-2011Bachelor of Arts Education After Degree (Distinction) - Supervisor: Denise MorstadStudied with:Dr. YakelDr. BrownDeidre BairdUniversity of Regina 2002-2005Master’s of Music in Composition - Supervisor: Dr. Alain Perron - Graduated with an average of 88.4%Studied with:Dr. Barbara Reul - Professor of Musicology, BibliographyUniversity of Saskatchewan 1997-2002Bachelor of Music with Great Distinction in Theory and Composition - Majoring in voice, emphasis on conductingStudied with:Dr. Walter Kreyszig - Professor of Musicology, History of Theory, Organology, Performance Practice, Bibliography   1  
  • 2. Dr. Gyula Csapo - Associate Professor of Composition, Theory, History, Contemporary Music EnsembleNaida Archer - M. Mus., Theory, PianoNaomi Friesen - M. Mus., VoiceDr. Glen Gillis - Associate Professor of Applied Saxophone, Music Education, Director of Wind Orchestra, Conducting Additional TrainingCounseling Services – Assertiveness Training 2005University of Regina, Teaching Development Centre 2004 - Workshops on University TrainingLyn Lamers – A. T. C. L.: UK 2001-2002 - Piano lessons (grades 1-4)Dr. Lynette Reid 2001 - Overtone/multiple pitch vocalization classesDavid Allan Berge 2000-2005 - Perfect Pitch Ear Training Super Course - Relative Pitch Ear Training Super CourseNaida Archer, M. Mus. 1999 - Piano instructionMichelle Hupaelo – A. T. C. L.: UK 1998-1999 - Voice lessonsGranton Institute of Technology – Toronto, Ontario 1992 - Diploma - Music Distribution and Promotion   2  
  • 3. Post-Secondary Education: Alternative MedicineUniversity of Saskatchewan 1996Bachelor of Science in Nutrition - Transferred to music in 1997Certificate of Advancement in Holistic Healing 1996 - (Adavanced Iriodology, Sclerology, Magnetism, Energy Fields, Nutrition, and Herbology) - Instructor - Dr. Beverly J. JohnsonCertificate in Aromatherapy 1996Certificate in Herbology 1996Certificate in Reiki (First Degree of the Usui System of Natural Healing 1995 - Instructor - Reiki Master - Marion BuicheCertificate in: Iridology, Kinesiology, Nutrition, and Herbology 1994 - Instructor - Dr. Beverly J. Johnson Awards and RecognitionsMargaret Messer Scholarship in Arts Education 2011 - Awarded to the student who demonstrated performance in field experience, written recommendation from the Arts Education program area - $2000.00Beverly Shore Memorial Scholarship in Music Education 2010 - Awarded to the student who demonstrated involvement in volunteer and/or extra curricular activities, preferably related to music - $1000.00Academic Silver Scholarship 2010 - Awarded to the student who achieved a minimum sessional GPA of 85% during the prior academic year (spring, summer, fall and winter) - $750.00Paramount Group (Nashville, TN) 2009 - Song Many Will Say accepted for recording and promotionSaskatchewan Arts Board 2005 Performing Arts Individual Assistance Creative C Grant - For composition entitled, 18 pictures + 2 adjustments for the ghost of Charity - $4000.00   3  
  • 4. Teaching Assistantship University of Regina 2004 - $950.00/monthComposition, Surrealism for Symphony 2004 - Accepted for performance by the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra as part of their National Emerging Composers WorkshopLetter of Recognition and Congratulations regarding SSHRC scholarship 2003 - From Allan Rock, Minister of Industry, Dr. Rey D. Pagtakhan, P.C.M.P., Secretary of State (Science, Research and Development)Letter of Recognition and Congratulations 2003 - With regards to being the first Fine Arts graduate at the University Of Regina to have successfully competed in a SSHRC program from Kathryn Laurin, Dean of Fine Arts, University of ReginaMaster’s Graduate Scholarship 2003 - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) - $17,500.00Graduate Scholarship University of Regina 2003 - Fall Semester - $4000.00Graduate Scholarship University of Regina 2003 - Winter Semester - $4000.00Graduate Scholarship University of Regina 2002 - Fall Semester - $4000.00Honorable mention 2002 - From Dr. Walter Kreyszig at Graduation ceremony Department of Music, University of SaskatchewanSaskatchewan Post-Secondary Education Scholarship 1999 - $2000.00University of Saskatchewan Bursary 1998 - $500.00   4  
  • 5. Academic Honor SocietiesCanadian League of Composers 2005Golden Key International Honor Society 2000 Teaching Experience (Within the Saskatchewan Education System)O’Neill High School (Regina, SK) 2011 (fall) - Internship as required for completion of B. of Arts Ed. After Degree - Taught Grade 9 General Music, Grades 10-12 Musicianship; Grades 6-7 Concert Band - Worked with Concert Choir, Jazz Choir, The Wedding Singer musical - Performed guitar as part of the stage band for The Wedding Singer Musical o Rob Nelson Co-operative Teacher o Jeremy Drotar Supervising Teacher Concert BandCampbell Collegiate High School (Regina, SK) 2011 (winter) - Pre-Internship as required for completion of B. of Arts Ed. After Degree - Taught Grades 10-12 Choir, Grade 10 Guitar, Grade 10 Visual Art, Grades 11-12 Drama, Brought in Ted Crawford to create a DRUM CIRCLE Project o Deidre and Russ Baird Co-operative Teachers o Dan Hanline Supervising Teacher Guitar o Michel Chammartine Supervising Teacher Drama o Ladd Fogerty Supervising Teacher Visual ArtDavison Elementary School (Melville, SK) 2010 (Fall) - PLACE as required for completion of B. of Arts Ed. After Degree - Created a Visual Art/Music based performance with grades 3-6 over a period of three days with the assistance of my teaching partner Kaylee KneeschDavison Elementary School (Melville, SK) 2010 (Fall) - PLACEMENT as required for completion of B. of Arts Ed. After Degree - Taught Grade 3 (for 1 week) subjects included: Music, Math, Health, and Phys. Ed. with the assistance of my teaching partner Kaylee Kneesch o Mrs. Flick Supervising Elementary Teacher Additional Teaching Experience (Apart from Saskatchewan Education System)Saskatchewan Drama Association 2011 (summer) - Taught four 1 hour workshops entitled “Creating a Drama From Music” - Taught students of various ages how to turn the song Fireflies into a drama   5  
  • 6. Conservatory of the Performing Arts 2010-present - Private and Group Instruction in Voice and Guitar - Guitar Instructor for SPACE and SPARK camps (a week long group class for kids ages 8-11)Custom Music Lessons 2006-2007 - Mike Vancha, employer - Taught voice and guitarPrivate Teaching 2006-2007 - Lessons in music composition, electric bass, guitarTeaching Assistant 2004 - Finale music software - Assisting in the organizing of the 2005 Regina Concert Band Composition Competition“Heart of the City” Piano Program (Regina, SK) 2002-2003 - Taught piano to inner city childrenPrivate tutoring 2000-2001 - Pre-Baroque counterpoint - 20th Century Music – composition techniques Work Experience: MusicVocalist/Guitarist 2011- - Band Name: Aluminum Cherry (Indie folk duet with Jennifer Yim-Rodier) - Repertoire consists of original and cover songs in Indie Folk style - Leader 2009 - Faith Baptist Church - Repertoire mainly consisted of contemporary Christian music - Responsibilities include: prayer leader, speaker, bassist, vocalist, and guitarist (if needed)Bassist 2008 - Faith Baptist Church - Danielle Maley’s Worship Band - Repertoire mainly consists of contemporary Christian musicBassist and Vocalist 2005-2008 - Band Name: The Rusty Augers - Repertoire consists of original and cover tunes (country, rock, blues)   6  
  • 7. Piano Salesperson 2006-2007 - Yamaha Piano Centre - Demonstration and customer service with regards to piano sales - Computer work from inventory to bookkeeping - General cleanup of storeLab Supervisor 2004-2005 - Assist students in utilizing music software for the purpose of ear trainingRecording Engineer 2004-2005 - Record student recitals and burn them to compact discBassist 2003 - Band Name: The Spinners - Repertoire consists of funk and rockRecording Engineer 2003 - Recorded and mixed album, Black CoffeeElectronic Technician/Performer 2003 - Performed work, The Flaying of Marsyas, for violin and Electronics, composed by Dr. Omar Daniel, Associate Professor, Department of Music Theory and Composition, University of Western Ontario - Erika Raum, violin - Omar Daniel, electronicsVocalist 2001-2002 - Performed for Daniel Tieman - Works by Machaut and Schutte - Saskatoon, SaskatchewanVocalist 1999 - Band Name: A Logical Conclusion - Alternative Rock - Saskatoon, SK (summer)Bassist and Vocalist 1986-1995 - For various touring bands (including Natural Cure) throughout Saskatchewan - Functions – weddings, dances, festivals - Genres – country, old time dance, rock (1950-70), swingAmateur Sound Technician 1986-1995 - Toured with ensemble throughout Saskatchewan   7  
  • 8. Amateur Recording Engineer 1995 - Recorded and mixed album On the Verge for Natural Cure - Recorded and mixed worked for local performers in Wynyard Work Experience: GeneralMeat Wrapper 2010 (summer) - Required to: wrap meat, cook chickens and ribs, make pizzas and sandwiches, assist customers with various concerns, clean work area and counter, wash utensils, etc. - Wynyard Co-op, Meat DepartmentMeat Wrapper 2008-2009 - Required to: wrap meat, cook chickens and ribs, make pizzas and sandwiches, assist customers with various concerns, clean work area and counter, wash utensils, etc. - Wynyard Co-op, Meat DepartmentFarm assistant 2007-2008 (Casual) - Heavy equipment-animal husbandry - Wynyard, SaskatchewanCUN Music Program Feasibility Study Consultant 2005 - Required to develop a preliminary course outline and budget as well as planning extracurricular activities - Luther College, University of ReginaGroundskeeper, 1998-2000 (seasonal) - Town of Wynyard, Parks Department - Wynyard, SaskatchewanBartender/waiter/front desk 1997 (summer) - Southshore Motor Lodge - Wynyard, SaskatchewanDriver 1997 (summer) - Moving large bales with a truck and wagon) - Wynyard, SaskatchewanStock boy 1996 (fall) - At Zellers in the Circle Park Mall - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan   8  
  • 9. Gas attendant 1995-1996 (casual) - Wynyard Esso - Wynyard, SaskatchewanFarm assistant 1993-1996 - Heavy equipment-animal husbandry - Wynyard, Saskatchewan (full time)Grain assistant 1991-1993 - United Grain Growers - Wynyard, Saskatchewan (full time) RecordingsVocalist and Guitarist for Band: Aluminum Cherry (see: website) 2011 - Song: please - Song: lyin’ - Song: Love Song - Regina, SaskatchewanParamount Group (Nashville, TN) 2009 - Song: Many Will SayBassist and Vocalist for Band: Rusty Augers 2008 - Album: Unreleased Recordings - Regina, SaskatchewanBassist and Vocalist for Band: Rusty Augers 2007 - Album: A Tribute to George Jones - Regina, SaskatchewanBassist for Band: Rusty Augers 2006 - Album: Damn You Rusty Auger - Regina, SaskatchewanLead vocalist and rhythm guitar player 2004 - “An Evening of Country Music and Christmas Carols” - Regina, SaskatchewanBackground vocalist and electric bass player (jazz and folk styles) 2003 - Album: Black Coffee - Regina, Saskatchewan   9  
  • 10. Vocalist and electric bass player (alternative rock) for Band: Natural Cure 1996 - Album: Forever to Nowhere - Wynyard, Saskatchewan - Received formal airplay (fall of 1997) CFCR 90. 5 FM, Saskatoon, SaskatchewanVocalist and electric bass player (alternative rock) for Band: Natural Cure1995 - Album: On the Verge - Wynyard, Saskatchewan Compositions (sample of approximately fifty works)Many Will Say 2009 - Original composed version of accepted song by Paramount Group scored for: three voices, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric bass guitar, drum kit, piano, and amplified acoustic or electric violin with various pedals to alter sound of instrument18 pictures + 2 adjustments for the ghost of Charity 2005-2006 *Commissioned work of $4000.00 from the Saskatchewan Arts Board - Performed by the University of Regina’s Miscellaneous Ensemble Spring 2006A Letter for Michael 2005 - Performed by the University of Regina’s Miscellaneous Ensemble Spring 2005Mashed Potatoes (Adding the Milk) 2004 - Performed by the University of Regina’s Miscellaneous Ensemble Winter 2004Sound Painting #1: Gwendolyn’s Birth 2004Sapphire: for Distanced Trumpet and Piano 2004 - Performed at the Regina New Music Festival, CBC building April 2004 - Performed March 2004, Student Composition RecitalSurrealism for Symphony Orchestra 2003 *Accepted for performance by the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra as part of their National Emerging Composers’ WorkshopA String Quartet for Kansas Abigale (Celebrating the Life of the Unborn) 2003 - Performed at the Regina New Music Festival, CBC building April 2004Violets: For Piccolo, Flute, Marimba, and Harp 2003Surrealism for André: A Mindscape Project 2003 - Performed by the University of Regina’s Faculty of Music April 2003   10  
  • 11. tessa: for piano 2003 - Performed by Nicole Hamm at the Young Musicians Concert of the New Music Festival, Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts April 2003Two Piano Pieces for Children 2002 - Performed at the “Heart of the City” piano recital by P. B. Spring 2003By Yon Bonnie Banks 2002 - Orchestrated for mezzo soprano and two baritones - Commissioned by Kristen Dalzell for her 4th year, University of Saskatchewan voice recital - Performed April 2002Fugue0000000000000000Cmajor00000000000000000001 2001 - Invitational performance in a University of Saskatchewan composition recital (April 2002) - Performed January 27, 2005 by Avila Lotoski at the University of ReginaNi o stuahxe 2001 - For Power Point, compact disc and operator - Performed November 2001, University of SaskatchewanPsalm 15: For Piano, Voices, and Flute 2001 - Commissioned by Lyn Lamers (A. T. C. L.)For Zachary 2001 - For voice and electronic piano, bass setting - Recorded July 2002, Saskatoon, SaskatchewanFor Digitally Recorded Voice & Harp 2001Act III, Scene 1-What Shall We Do Tonite? 2001 - Performed March 18, 2001, University of Saskatchewan - Performed April 3, 2001, University of SaskatchewanMy Friend Lies Here Dying 2000 - Performed November 2000, University of SaskatchewanCarrie’s Lament 2000 - Performed March 2000, University of SaskatchewanVariations on One Note 2000 - Performed February 2000, University of SaskatchewanPopular music songs (ca. 100) 1986- - Ranging from country and western to hard rock   11  
  • 12. PoetryPoetry and Thoughts From the summer of Two-Thousand and Two 2002 - Approximately fifty pages of personal thoughts and reflections surrounding the themes of abuse and healing Performance Experience: Formal Voice RecitalsAn Evening of Country Music and Christmas Carols 2004 - Examples of repertoire: Alone and Forsaken, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen4th year voice recital (60 min.) 2001 - Repertoire, medieval to present day musicals Gabriel fram heven-king – Anonymous You’re the One That I Want – John FarrarTrinity Mennonite Church (Calgary, Alberta) (45 min.) 2001 - Voice, piano and acoustic guitar - Examples of repertoire: Vittoria mio core – G. Carissimi Experiences No. 2 – John Cage3rd year voice recital (35 min.) 1999 - Examples of repertoire: Epitaph of Seikilos – Unknown Ain’t Misbehavin’- Fats Waller2nd year voice recital (10 min.) 1998 - Examples of repertoire: Flow My Tears - John Dowland Spesso Vibra - Alessandro Scarlatti1st year voice recital (10 min.) 1997 - Examples of repertoire: Spanish Ladies - arranged and collected by Cecil Sharp O Waly Waly – same Performance Experience: Participated Recitals2011 Arts Education GALA 2011 - Performed as a guitarist and background vocalist with Mike Chabot, Joel Thome, and Justin JacquesLutheran Theological Seminary Concert: Seventeenth-and-Eighteenth Century Vocaland Instrumental Repertories 2002 - Cantor and alto - Repertoire: Gradule in Vigilia Nativitatis Domini – Johann Joseph Fux Antiphon, Ave Regina, for double choir – Johann Michael Haydn   12  
  • 13. Kristen Dalzell – 4th year voice recital 2002 - Unaccompanied trio performance of a personal arrangement By Yon Bonnie Banks - Anonymous4th year composition recital 2001 - Voice - Act III, Scene 1-What shall we do Tonite? - P. B. - Ave Maria - Daniel Tieman“No. 69, Wie lieblich ist Zion” in The Jakob H. Wiebe Choir Book Manuscript:Ziffern Notation in the Context of Nineteenth-Century Writings on Music Pedagogy2001 - Vocal performance, as part of a formal lecture by Lyn Lamers presented at Peter D’s restaurant in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Recording of this performance was presented at a repeat of this lecture in Denver, Colorado, USA4th year composition recital 2000 - Voice - Jubilee Mass in E flat major - Daniel Tieman Repertoire ConductedPeter Bodnarchuk – A String Quartet for Kansas Abigail 2004 - 2 spring performances (see Compositions above)Ralph Vaughan Williams - English Folk Song Suite 2002 - Performed by the University of Saskatchewan’s “Wind Orchestra”Tschesnokoff - Salvation Is Created 2001 - Performed by the University of Saskatchewan’s “Wind Orchestra” Academic Class Papers and Lectures PresentedPapers:Music 464.3 (Research Seminar in Musicology I): “A Compositional Completionand Formal Analysis of Franz Schubert’s Zur Namensfeier des Herrn Andreas Siller,D. 83: The Original Bb Fragment (Now Completed) and His Final Version in GMajor” - Includes an in-depth (analytical and musical) comparison between the versions, via: scores, recordings, and stylisticexamplesMusic 307.3 (Orchestration I): “Electro-Acoustic Music” 1999 - A historic overview about electronic music including pedagogical concepts   13  
  • 14. Lectures:Music 815.3 (Bibliography and Research Methods) 2002 - Presentation of Hank Williams (1923-1953): An Annotated Bibliography, discussing its layout, structure and function within the scholarshipMusic 219. 1 (Aural/Vocal skills) “Modern Compositional Techniques” 2002 - Examination of my electronic composition, Ni o stuahxe as part of lectureMontgomery Elementary School (Grades 2-6) “What is music? An Introduction toModern Composition” 2001 - Instructor - Ms. Monika Fedirko - B. Mus. Ed. - Includes an examination of several of my compositions University Ensembles Performed InUniversity of Regina, Miscellaneous Ensemble (New Music) 2004-2006University of Saskatchewan Concert Band (electric bass) 1997-2000University Chorus 1998-2000Contemporary Music Ensemble 2001-2002 Current Projects include:Writing and Performing: - With Jennifer Yim-Rodier in our duet Aluminum CherryScholarly Research Interests: - Completion (July 2003) of book entitled, Hank Williams (1923-1953): Annotated Bibliography Personal InterestsAlternative MedicineBiblical StudiesVolunteer work with underprivileged children (ex. foster child sponsor)Animal husbandryAthletics   14  
  • 15. References (Pertaining to Teaching Within the Saskatchewan Education System)Rob Nelson Music Teacher O’Neill High SchoolRegina, 529-8000Ben Schenstead College of Education University of ReginaRegina, 220-8424Jeremy Drotar Band Teacher Regina Catholic SchoolsRegina, 529-1690Deidre Baird Music Teacher Campbell Collegiate SchoolRegina, 523-3250Michel Chammartin Drama Teacher Campbell Collegiate SchoolRegina, 523-3250Ladd Fogerty Visual Arts Teacher Campbell Collegiate SchoolRegina, 523-3250Mrs. Tenille Flick Elementary Teacher Davison SchoolMelville, 728-3955 (Pertaining to Professional Teaching Outside the Saskatchewan Education System)Constance Argue Program Coordinator Conservatory of Performing ArtsRegina, 585-5833   15  
  • 16. Mary-Lou Van De Bon Library Assistant Regina Public Library Former Program Coordinator Conservatory of Performing ArtsRegina, 924-5753 (Pertaining to my B. Arts Ed. After Degree)Denise Morstad Instructor Faculty of Education University of ReginaRegina, 585-4522Dr. Norm Yakel Professor Arts Education University of ReginaRegina, 585-4546Dr. Ann Kipling Brown Professor Arts Education University of ReginaRegina, 585-4525 (Pertaining to my M. Mus. and B. Mus. degrees)Dr. Alain Perron Associate Professor of Composition University of ReginaRegina, Saskatchewan,  (306) 585-5201Dr. Pauline Minevich Associate Professor of Musicology University of ReginaRegina, Saskatchewan,    (306) 585-5507Dr. Walter Kreyszig Professor of Musicology University of SaskatchewanSaskatoon, Saskatchewan, 966-6171Dr. Omar Daniel Associate Professor, Department of Music Theory and CompositionCo-Director of the Composition, Electro-acoustic Research and Performance FacilityLondon, Ontario,    (519) 661-2043   16  
  • 17. Naida Archer M. Mus., Keyboard Skills, Music Theory University of SaskatchewanSaskatoon, Saskatchewan(306) 966-6171 (Pertaining to General Work Experience)Jason Vavra Meat Department Manager Wynyard Co-opWynyard, 554-2122(306) 554-2201Dave Kappel Meat Cutter Wynyard Co-opWynyard, Saskatchewan(306) 554-2122(306) 554-7883 (Pertaining to Personal)Avila Lotoski M. Arts in Music Theory University of ReginaToronto, 485-6562Jennifer Yim-Rodier Teacher Regina Public School BoardRegina, 530-1657Tyson Liske Associate Pastor at Faith Baptist ChurchRegina, 569-3444Lyn Lamers Intern Minister at Ponoka United ChurchPonoka,  (403) 783-4087   17