Musicianship and Theory

Learn. Grow. Create.

Music theory is the language of music and can provide the foundation for many uses from songwriting to music appreciation. Musicianship classes are all about building your skills as a musician and often include explorations of music theory put into practical usage ranging from guided listening to honing technique in your instrument area.

Classes

More class information can be found in our online registration system, click on the course links below.

Jam Session (Group Improvisation) (ages 16+)

In this unique group improvisation workshop, facilitated by Philippe Bouchard, participants will listen, communicate, and play together with the goal of building and honing skills in the creation of spontaneous music. See more under our Workshops page.

Music Theory for the Young Musician (ages 6-12)

In these classes, your child can learn more about the music they are playing in the Private Lesson studio and start preparations for RCM Theory examinations. These classes are led by instructor Allison Luff.

Winter (Jan start):

Rock Revue (ages 10-14)

Experience being in a rock band! Under guidance from instructor Cory Christoph, up to 7 students will learn typical rock instruments and work together on up to three songs to perform for families and friends in a spectacular rock show. No prior musical experience is needed to join this group.

Winter (Jan start):

Filters

You can use the Filters on the Program Search page to browse all Centre for Continuing Education or Conservatory of Performing Arts.

Filter Type Filter Description
Location Centre for Continuing Education All classes offered through the Centre for Continuing education
Program Category Group Music and Dance All music and dance classes offered by the Conservatory of Performing Arts
Department Conservatory of Performing Arts All classes offered by the Conservatory of Performing Arts

There are other filters as well so you can narrow your search as much, or as little, as you want.

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