The Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy led by Mark Hopkins performs I Lost My Talk by John Estacio, arranged for Wind Ensemble by Mark Hopkins, for the 2022 MUSCAN conference, June 1, 2022 (performance starts 51 minutes in on this video).
The Acadia University Wind Ensemble led by Mark Hopkins, concert titled “The Horizon Leads Forward”, November 21, 2021. Program: Women of the Podium by Virginia Allen (Zachery Robinson, Guest Conductor); let this place by Peter Meechan; In Dreams by Cait Nishimura; A Movement for Rosa by Mark Camphouse; City Trees by Michael Markowski; A Mother of a Revolution by Omar Thomas.
The Acadia University Wind Ensemble performs and the mountains rising nowhere by Joseph Schwantner in a run-out concert at C. P. Allen High School in Halifax on November 19, 2018
The Acadia University Wind Ensemble rehearses the Short Symphony: Give Us This Day by David Maslanka, September 25, 2018.
The Nova Scotia Youth Wind Ensemble and the Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy perform Aurora Awakes by John Mackey, led by Mark Hopkins. (March 15, 2015)
Bandology Interview with Dr. Mark Hopkins, February 2022.
Adam Mailman, graduate conducting student, performing Gordon Jacob’s Old Wine in New Bottles and receiving coaching from Dr. Mark Hopkins at Acadia University in July 2017.
Trailer for ECMA nominated cd, In Sonorous Falling Tones, released June 2, 2017.
Acadia University Wind Ensemble, world premiere performance of I Lost My Talk by John Estacio, arranged for wind ensemble by Mark Hopkins, with Shawnee Paul, narrator, February 10, 2019
Wired And Wound by Derek Charke, arranged by Mark Hopkins
Tristan de Borba, saxophone soloist
Acadia University Wind Ensemble led by Mark Hopkins
February 2, 2015