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CARLETON UNIVERSITY, OTTAWA School for Studies in Art and Culture: Music

Country:

CANADA

State:

ONTARIO

City:

OTTAWA


Street Address:

330 Paterson Hall, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6, Canada

Fax:

+1 613 520 3575


Program:

Undergraduate programs

Details:

Bachelor of Arts Honours in Music. Four years. Studies include music history, ethnomusicology, jazz/popular music, theory, composition, computer music. Classical performance is not offered. Bachelor of Music Honours. Four years. Studies include performance (classical, jazz/popular, early music) composition, analysis, musicology, ethnomusicology, choral conducting, music in Canada, Indian classical music, African drumming, Celtic music.


Program:

Graduate program

Details:

Master of Arts in Music and Culture. An interdisciplinary program.


Program:

Diploma and certificate programs

Details:

Diploma in Sonic Design. Studies in computer music techniques, sound production. Certificate in Carillon Studies.


Institution Notes:

This public university was established in 1942 as Carleton College and gained its current name and status in 1957. The School for Studies in Art and Culture comprises departments of art history, film studies and music. The School possesses a practice carillon while the Ottawa National Carillon is located in the Peace Tower of Canada's parliament buildings. Students are able to perform on the National Carillon from time to time.


Last Updated:

June 2020