The Department of Music’s graduate programs offer opportunities for advanced study in academic and creative areas of music, including composition (concert music and digital media studies), musicology (music history and cultural studies), performance (instrumental music, singing, conducting) and telemedia arts (in conjunction with the U of C's Computational Media Design program).
Graduates of our program are performing professionally, composing, and teaching across Western Canada and around the world, in Cyprus, England, Korea, Nigeria, the United States.
The Department of Music offers the MMus in Composition, the MMus in Performance, the MA in Musicology and a PhD in Musicology or Composition.
Performance: Edmond Agopian, Donald Bell, Jeremy Brown, Marilyn Engle, Patricia Hrynkiw, Vladimir Levtov. N.B., the MMus in performance is offered for all orchestral instruments. See the People tab above for more details.
Canada Research Chair in Telematics: Kenneth Fields
The graduate students at the University of Calgary are pleased to inform you that they are now accepting paper submissions for the 2012 Graduate Student Conference, Confounding Expectations: Music and the Creative Act. For more information please visit the following web pages http://music.ucalgary.ca/gradconference/.