Upcoming Events

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16 – Collegium Musicum: Performances by the students in the Bachelor of Music Program. Brunton, 4 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16Pops Concert: “Pops Through the Ages.” Featuring the Mount Allison Symphonic Band and Mount Allison Jazz Ensemble, directed by Prof. James Kalyn, and the Mount Allison Chamber Orchestra, directed by Dr. Greg Burton. Convocation Hall, 8:00 p.m. RESCHEDULED FROM THURSDAY OCT. 10

THURSDAY, OCT. 17Matinee Pops Concert: “Pops Through the Ages.” Featuring the Mount Allison Symphonic Band and Mount Allison Jazz Ensemble, directed by Prof. James Kalyn. Convocation Hall, 10:30 a.m. RESCHEDULED FROM THURSDAY OCT. 10

FRIDAY, OCT. 18Workshop and Demonstration by members of world music fusion ensemble “CulturallyINappropriate,” generously supported by the Marjorie Young Bell Fine Arts and Music Fund and Mount Allison Performing Arts Series. Admission is free, all are welcome. Brunton, 3:00 p.m.

FRIDAY, OCT. 18 Mount Allison Performing Arts Series presents “CulturallyINappropriate,” an eight-member world music fusion ensemble led by tabla virtuoso and founding member of the Silk Road Ensemble, Sandeep Das, and also featuring performers on sitar, oud, kanun, violin, percussion, piano, and bass. Visit mta.ca/performingarts or email performingarts@mta.ca for more information. Brunton, 7:30 p.m.

SUNDAY, OCT. 20Mount Allison Honour Band. Prof. James Kalyn conducts an ensemble made up of the top brass, woodwind, and percussion students from Maritime high schools. Convocation Hall, 1 p.m.

2019-2020 Calendar of Events

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The Music program is one of the cornerstones of the Mount Allison curriculum.

It has been a key discipline at the University for over 140 years - since the first Certificate in Music was awarded in 1874. The Music department offers programs and courses for every level of interest - whether you plan to perform on the world's greatest stages one day or just want to learn more about a subject you love. 

The department provides abundant opportunities to perform as a soloist or as part of an ensemble and to listen to and learn from our talented faculty.

The study of Music, valuable in itself, is also a great asset in many different career fields. Music students not only gain music-related skills - they also become critical and creative thinkers, are self-disciplined, and develop expert presentation skills.