Feb. 19, 2021Print | PDF
At the Faculty of Music open house, you can get a glimpse into what it's like to be a music student at Laurier. We call our classes different names, which might be hard to wrap your head around at first. But, to help you determine which sessions you want to attend, check out what each class name means.
Masterclass - Current students perform for their peers and receive constructive feedback from their instructor.
Rehearsal - Get a behind the scenes look at what goes into preparing for an upcoming ensemble concert
Group Technique - Students meet to share practice discoveries and tips, work on technical aspects of their voice development and cover many topics that are not always addressed in individual lessons. These sessions develop community and build empathy and support for students in their learning journey. Dress comfortably and get ready to move!
Introduction to Elementary Music Education - This class focuses on concepts, learning theories and activities for those interested in teaching elementary aged students (preschool - gr. 8). Topics include melodic and rhythmic activities, listening and composing, multicultural and Canadian music, singing games and instruments in the classroom.
Introduction to Music Therapy – This class provides a broad overview of the field of music therapy, including various models of practice and professional issues facing music therapists. In this class, students will explore the ethical standards for music therapists in Canada and discuss ethical dilemmas that can arise in therapy practice.
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