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Auditions will be held February 27 and April 16, 2016.
The Department of Music
Welcome to the Department of Music, one of the oldest in Western Canada and in one of the most beautiful campus settings across the nation. With a present complement of nine full-time faculty members and twenty-two sessional instructors, the Department of Music offers a B.Mus. (Honours Performance and Individualized streams, as well as Music Education with Honours), a B.A. (Major in Music), as well as the M.Mus. and M.A. degrees in close affiliation with three Colleges: Arts and Science, Education, and Graduate Studies and Research. It has an established record of national and international interdisciplinary activities including a number of academic pursuits, performing ensembles, and a variety of outreach and engagement activities. Its faculty, students, and ensembles have been recognized nationally and internationally.
Susan Aglukark teaching "In the Company of Music"
posted November 27, 2015
Juno-winning musician Susan Aglukark has been named as the Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture and Creativity's Aboriginal Fellow in Creativity, and will be giving a Fine Arts Research Lecture in...
An interview with artist-in-residence David Braid
posted September 25, 2015
by dee Hobsbawn-Smith Canadian composer and Juno-winning pianist David Braid has been named an artist-in-residence at the College of Arts & Science. He will be on campus Sept. 30 through Oct....
Kathleen Solose launches Sonatas and Interludes album
posted August 31, 2015
Professor Kathleen Solose (Department of Music) has released a CD of a live performance of John Cage's Sonatas and Interludes for prepared piano. This landmark work of the 20th century simulates...
2015 Fringe features Arts & Science productions
posted July 31, 2015
Festival shows off Arts & Science talent Students and faculty from the College of Arts & Science are well-represented in the 2015 PotashCorp Fringe Theatre Festival. Displaced was...