I love to travel to new and interesting places. Recently some of
my photography became of interest to several publishers. Simply
click on the links to find out how you can view some of my
published works in the Organ Magazine and also the Choir and Organ Magazine (January/February
2004 issue) magazine. These are two of Britain's best high-gloss
colour magazines presently in print.
Writing has always played an important role in my life and is something that over the years I have come to enjoy. During my undergraduate days at the University of Saskatchewan, I wrote symphony concert review articles for The Sheaf, the university paper. Recently I was asked to provide review notes for two new organ works (Two Fantasias) by the noted Chicago composer Robert Lind. To find out more about Mr. Lind and his numerous published compositions please go to www.paracletepress.com.
In June 2017 The American Organist magazine featured an article on Maxine Thévenot's recital celebrating the 50th anniversary of the University of New Mexico's Holtkamp Organ.
In November 2016 The Diapason magazine published an article by Canon Dr. Maxine Thévenot on the topic of commissioning composers, celebrating ten years of Cathedral Commissions at the Cathedral of St. John.
This is an interview conducted by Dr. Maxine Thévenot
which is in the February 2008 issue of The American
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Maxine Thévenot has given lectures, workshops, and masterclasses. These presentations have included lecture-recitals on Canadian Organ Music and the Organ works of Mozart; workshops on choral techniques and unique choral warm-ups; and masterclasses for local AGO and RCCO centres. Ms. Thévenot has also adjudicated for regional choral festivals and competitions, and presently serves as a member of the National Board of Examiners for the American Guild of Organists. For more information or to request her availability please click here.