Welcome

Welcome to the School of Music website, providing you with information about  degree offerings and application procedures. We invite you to read a welcome message from the Director of the School and read about our new performance facility, the Isabel.

Our music degree plans provide an inclusive and welcoming environment for students who wish to explore music as a medium for intellectual and personal growth and expression. We encourage our students to develop high-level performance skills while at the same time building crucial music and academic literacy, expanding their expertise both at the School of Music and in the Kingston community.

A SPECIAL MESSAGE FOR
FRIENDS OF THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC

We invite you to give generously to the School, helping ensure we continue to be able to provide an exceptional educational experience. Follow the link below to make your contribution!

Link to alumni contribution page

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News

  1. 2014-12-12

        A Night at the Proms..Then Off to the Music Hall

    Queen's School of Music presents a spectacular fundraising event, "A Night at the Proms...Then Off to the Music Hall", directed by Gordon Craig and produced by Bruce Kelly.

  2. 2014-12-05

    Queen's University School of Music Presents PianoFest, Opus 10

    The 10th Queen’s Piano Festival, which will be held from January 16 to 18 and March 13, features the following three pianists:

  3. 2014-11-17

Upcoming Events

  • 2015-01-09
    Colloquium Presentation, Beyond BMus: Career RoundtableAndrea Houghton (BMus'98) - Manager of the Kingston Symphony AssociationKim Ison (BMus '06) - Secretary and Auditions Coordinator, School of Music, Queen's UniversityMichael Cassells - Technical Director, School of Music, Queen's University and Media Instructor, St. Lawrence College.  Admission:  Free.Location:  HLH 124
  • 2015-01-09
    New Music Kingston Series: "Kingston Pianist/Composers," with John Burge and Michel Szczesniak, soloists.  Admission:  Adults $20; Seniors $15; Students $10.  Tickets available at theisabel.ca, 613-533-2424, and at the door.Location:  IBCPA, The Isabel Concert Hall, 390 King St. W.
  • 2015-01-11
    2014-2015 Faculty Artist Series: Beethoven, Brahms, and Tchaikovsky, featuring Corey Gemmell, violin, Cynthia Tormann, piano, and Wolf Tormann, cello.Admission:  $25 adult, $18 seniors, $10 students.  Series Subscriptions available at theisabel.ca, 613-533-2424, and at the door.Location:  IBCPA, The Isabel Concert Hall, 390 King St. W.