Laurier Faculty of Music is temporarily discontinuing in-person instruction. Most Wilfrid Laurier University facilities are physically closed, due to the coronavirus (COVID‑19) situation. We are working remotely to serve our students and our community.
For the latest updates, visit wlu.ca/coronavirus.
The Faculty of Music is looking forward to welcoming our future students! Our audition process has now been moved to video submission only. For audition questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Laurier’s renowned Faculty of Music is dedicated to fostering artistic and scholarly development of the highest calibre and to providing a creative environment for student success. Our students, faculty and outside artists present upwards of 100 concerts and events a year to the public.
Interested in our research? Learn more by visiting the Manfred and Penny Conrad Institute for Music Therapy Research and the Laurier Centre for Music in the Community sites.
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