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A network of Mennonite Colleges offers music programs which may be incorporated into degrees offered by the Universities of Manitoba and Winnipeg.
Queen Elizabeth II Music Building, 270 18th Street, Brandon, Manitoba R7A 6A9, Canada
+1 204 728 6839
Bachelor of Music. Four years. Specialisation in performance (classical, jazz) or school music. Bachelor of Music (Honours). Four years. Specialisation leading to further studies in such areas as musicology, theory, music therapy. Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Education. Five years. For teaching in schools.
Master of Music in Performance and Literature. Solo performance (classical, jazz), composition, choral or wind band conducting. Master of Music in Music Education. Emphases in elementary education, choral or instrumental music.
A co-educational, non-denominational, government-supported institution that can trace its history back to 1880, with a school of music added in 1906. It gained its current name and status in 1967. The School of Music is housed in the Queen Elizabeth II Music Building which itself houses the Jill Hodson Memorial Jazz Collection of recordings, videos, periodicals and books. Facilities include some fine performance spaces and a state-of-the-art electronic music studio. The Eckhardt-Gramatté Conservatory of Music housed at the School of Music offers programs in music for the very young as well as performance programs for interested local students. It includes programs in Orff Schulwerk and Suzuki approaches. Member of the University of the Arctic.