Meet higher standards in your performing ability in the Bachelor of Music in Performance.

Through private lessons with our renowned faculty and a range of ensemble activities, you will hone your technical and performance skills while grounding your artistic practice in a solid academic foundation.

If you wish to pursue music professionally, whether as an educator, performer, composer, or researcher, the BMus in Performance could be the right fit for you.

The admission process includes an audition, and an intense study of an instrument/voice is part of the curriculum of each major.

Please note that applicants whose auditions do not qualify them for the performance majors are automatically considered for admission to the general studies major.


Note: If MUSC 340 is offered when you are in Year 2, you must take it then. Otherwise, wait until Year 3. (340 is offered in alternate years to 440 and must be taken before 440)


Note: The literature requirement, GERM 402 (when offered), is popular for opera majors.

Standard orchestral instruments

Note: The requirement MUSC 305 – Orchestral readings is sometimes waived for non-orchestral instruments (e.g. saxophone). Please consult the Music Student Advisor for further information.


Note: The literature requirement GERM 402 (when offered) is popular for voice majors.




Note: it is not possible for organ majors to test-out/have waived secondary harpsichord credits.

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