Change the world through the power of the arts.

Your vision of a healthier, more sustainable world is possible. In the face of humanity’s most critical and complex issues, UBC Arts students, researchers and alumni are asking the hard questions. They’re diving deep and sharing evidence-based ideas and equitable solutions for a better future.

What happens here can change everything. Your support is the catalyst. Join the UBC School of Music in advancing healthy lives, a healthy planet and healthy societies.

Featured initiatives

School of Music Scholarship

School of Music Scholarship endowment empowers students exhibiting proficiency and promise in performance. With your gift, you invest in their education and nurture their development in their studies and on the stage.

School of Music Trust Fund

School of Music Trust Fund enriches the education of our musicians and music scholars. Your gift supports the student experience through awards, masterclasses, facility upgrades, tours, and emerging programs at the School of Music.

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Being a member of the UBC Bands community has allowed me to connect with guest artists from around the world, cultivate my influence as a female leader on the podium, and to be a part of a collaborative community of both students and professors. Supporting the UBC Bands means investing in a program that is leading the charge in diversifying repertoire, and empowering students.

Maggie Whiteman
MMus ‘24 (Wind Band Conducting)

School of Music Large Ensemble Funds

We are committed to inspiring the next generation of artistic talent at the UBC School of Music. With the help of our generous donors, we nurture talented young musicians and scholars, stage inspiring performances, connect students and top professionals, and enrich the wider community on campus and beyond. You can make a difference!

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UBC School of Music encouraged me to pursue my career as an orchestral musician through its intensive orchestral and chamber programs. I enjoyed my experience as a cello major, receiving opportunities to perform in orchestral concerts and network opportunities with professionals in the music industry. The professors in the string and orchestra programs were encouraging and supportive.

Lyla Kyu Ri Lee
BMus ‘21 (Cello Performance), MMus ‘23

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