- Norbert Boehm, violin (Musaeus String Quartet)
- Graham Tagg, viola (Musaeus String Quartet)
- Mark Rodgers, cello (Muaeus String Quartet)
- Howard Cable Ph.D. (Honorary)
Howard Cable has been a mainstay in the Canadian music scene for more than 60 years. In 1941, he succeeded Percy Faith as CBC radios' leading conductor-arranger-composer. Over the course of his career he has directed more than 2,000 radio broadcasts, and conducted and arranged for many of Canada's most celebrated television programs. For many years, he led the internationally renowned Howard Cable Concert Band. Cable has extensive experience as a music director and producer in a variety of venues -- Canadian National Exhibition, General Motors Showcase, Royal York Hotel, and on Broadway with New York theatre and studio productions. He has arranged music for groups including the Elmer Iseler Singers, Toronto Children's Chorus, Canadian Brass, and Empire Brass. He has composed numerous scores for the National Film Board and Charlottetown Festival. He has served as principal pops conductor for several Canadian orchestras and appeared as guest conductor with orchestras across Canada and Japan. His compositions and arrangements can be heard worldwide on numerous recordings. His tremendous contribution to the musical life of Canada has been acknowledge by his appointment as a Member of the Order of Canada and the presentation of an Honourary Doctorate of Fine Arts by the University of Lethbridge.