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Laurier's Faculty of Music offers a wide range of Undergraduate Music Programs, from Performance, Composition, and Music Education, to Theory, and History. Each provides generously for study of performance and aural skills, which, with music theory and music history, ensure the informed musicianship essential to all areas of specialization. The Faculty also offers two graduate programs: a Master of Music Therapy and a Master of Arts in Community Music.
We limit enrolment to approximately 300 undergraduates, a number which is small enough to allow you ready access to your instructors, yet large enough to form a full orchestra, four choirs, and opera, chamber music, baroque, wind, jazz, and contemporary music ensembles.
The Faculty offers individual instruction in piano, organ, voice, strings, winds, brass, percussion, classical guitar, and historical instruments, including fortepiano and harpsichord. The generous scope of the performance specialization provides a strong base for those who wish to become professional performers, while the other specializations establish a secure knowledge from which you may build a career in music.
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We can give you an idea of what it is like to study Music at Laurier if you visit us for a Campus Tour; we can arrange for you to attend concerts, lessons, masterclasses, and ensemble rehearsals. Please call or write if you have any questions about our course offerings or if you would like to spend a day at Laurier.