Bachelor of Music – Music
Explore this performance-intensive learning experience as a singer, instrumentalist or composer. You receive one-on-one instruction from high-calibre performing musicians, attend numerous guest master classes and have performance opportunities throughout the year.
All music students share common courses in music history, music theory and musicianship skills. Recitals showcase your development and accomplishments as a growing musician and your experience is enhanced by participation in ensembles. With 24-hour access, the individual practice studios provide you with the freedom to hone your skills on campus.
Learn more by attending the weekly Music at Noon concert series and our premiere evening series, Faculty Artists and Friends, which feature professional performances by professors and guest artists.
Areas of Concentration
- Collaborative Piano/Guitar
- Global Drums Percussions Ensemble
- Integra Contemporary & Electroacoustic Ensemble
- Jazz Ensemble and jazz combos
- Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra
- Opera Workshop
- University Singers
- University Wind Orchestra
- Women’s Chorus
Facilities & Spaces
- Newly renovated Recital Hall with state-of-the-art acoustics
- University Theatre - 450-seat proscenium theatre
- Studio One – world-class recording studio
- Studio Two – spatial audio research lab
- Music technology lab & audio editing suites
- Individual practice rooms
- 2 Steinway concert grand pianos & 50 rehearsal pianos
- Professional audio gear loan centre
“My education has opened my eyes to so many things and has helped shape who I am and where I want to be. On a personal and professional level it has taught me determination, passion, the ability to never give up, and that following your dreams is possible. The university’s smaller size allows for larger opportunities and creates an amazing supportive atmosphere that allowed me to grow and learn. It is a tremendous university!”
- Alyssa Durnie
The Post-Diploma Bachelor of Music offers a perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in Music. Students with approved 2-year diplomas complete a minimum of 20 courses, including a minimum of 12 in Music. Students with approved 3-year diplomas complete a minimum of 15 courses including a minimum of 8 in Music. The diploma is recognized as a block of transfer and each program is individually tailored based on the content of the diploma.
For more information contact: uleth.ca/finearts/advising
Program Planning Guides
Post-Diploma Bachelor of Music (After a two-year diploma)
Post-Diploma Bachelor of Music (After a three-year diploma)