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Concordia University College of Alberta School of Music

The Concordia School of Music features quality programs in choral, handbell and instrumental music. Performance opportunities exist for university students and members of the community. Many function during the school year, but summer programs centre around Singspiration each August.

The concert season includes music by several different groups with various conductors and exciting programs. Concordia is committed to new music and music by Canadians, with several commissions and premieres to its credit.

The Alberta Foundation for the Arts has provided funding for selected non-curricular programs through its Post-Secondary Institution Grant Program. This support is gratefully acknowledged and appreciated.
Concordia's School of Music offers university-level courses and degree programs accessible to both regular undergraduates and interested community persons.

Within the university degree program, students can choose from a music major in a four-year Bachelor of Arts degree, a music concentration in a three-year Bachelor of Arts degree, or a music minor in most undergraduate degree. In addition, music courses serve as electives in any undergraduate program or as options for unclassified students. Music study can prepare one for a variety of different occupations and avocations.

Students will find courses in choral and vocal music, keyboard music, including private music lessons on all instruments. In addition, courses in church music, music theory and composition, music history, music therapy, and audio technologies are among the complete list of music courses offered at Concordia.


7128 Ada Boulevard
Edmonton
AB
T5B 4E4

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Programs offered

Undergraduate