Department of Music


The Department of Music is the leading destination for music study in the Maritimes, enabling students to develop into well-rounded musicians with experience in performance, theory, music history, and music education, as well as a sound basis in the liberal arts. The Department offers a Bachelor of Music degree, as well as a Major in Music (Bachelor of Arts) and Minor in Music.

Learn more about Music at Mount Allison!

 

Late applications still accepted for admission to the Bachelor of Music program for Fall 2024.

Upcoming Events

WEDNESDAY,
FEB. 28

Collegium Musicum: Performances by students in the Bachelor of Music program. Brunton, 4:00 p.m. 

FRIDAY,
MAR. 1

 

Faculty and Guest RecitalRogosin Jazz Quintet. Pianist David Rogosin and the Rogosin Jazz Quintet present an evening of modern jazz repertoire and standards. Johan Kjø​​​lbro (bass)James Kalyn (saxophone)Sébastien Michaud (trumpet)David Rogosin (piano)Kiran Steele (drums), with special guests Ray Legere (violin) and James Mark (tenor saxophone). Brunton, 7:30 p.m.

SUNDAY,
MAR. 3

 

Faculty RecitalChristina Haldane (soprano) and Stephen Runge (piano) present “La Musique aux Tuileries,” a performance inspired by Édouard Manet’s painting of the same name (1862) that depicts a lively scene of Parisians gathered in the Tuileries Gardens to enjoy an afternoon of music. Works by Offenbach, Ross, Hahn, Duparc, and Berlioz. Brunton, 3:00 p.m. 

Welcome to the Department of Music.

Music has been an important part of the curriculum and community at Mount Allison since the first Certificate in Music was awarded in 1874, more than 140 years ago.

The Music department offers programs and courses for every level of interest, from the Bachelor of Music degree to the BA major in music and the minor in music.

We welcome students in other programs to take music elective courses and to join in our ensembles, and more information about all of these opportunities can be found on this site. Whatever your level of experience, we hope you will become a part of our vibrant musical and scholarly community on campus!

Contact Us and Keep in Touch

We invite members of the community to stay in touch with us by joining our e-mail list. Please write to music@mta.ca to be added to our mailing list, or to inquire about anything related to the Department. The Music Administrative Office can also be reached by phone at (506) 364-2374.

News

From Mount A to the Main Stage
Tricia Black ('09) on her career in the entertainment industry
Music students are taking their opera workshop on the road
Show aims to make opera music more accessible for diverse audiences

Contact us


Department of Music

Location