Programs

The Toronto School of Music offers a variety of music programs to suit all levels. They are divided into three main categories:

1. Voice Programs

2. General Education Programs (Beginner to Advanced Levels)

3. Summer Camp


School Calendar

Fall: September – December   
Winter: January – April     
Summer: May – August

TORONTO School of Music Departments

Composition & Electro -acoustic music  :
The program of study for Composition is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required for the fullest development of their individual creative gift. 

Piano:
The program of study for Piano is designed to develop skilled performers familiar with piano repertoire, performance practices & interpretive traditions.  Master classes emphasize performance in all styles.
 
Strings:
The program of study for Strings is designed to develop skilled performances in all areas of string technique and to offer opportunities to perform a wide variety of string repertoire.

Voice:
The program of study for Voice is designed to develop skilled performers in all areas of vocal technique and to offer opportunities to perform a wide variety of vocal literature.

Woodwinds:
The program of study for Woodwinds is designed to develop skilled performers who are familiar with the standard solo, ensemble, and orchestral literature for their instrument(s).

Jazz Music:
The program of study for the Jazz Music is designed to develop skilled performers, composers, and arrangers in Jazz Music.

Chinese Music:
The program of study for the Chinese Music is designed to develop skilled performers in all areas of Chinese music & instrumental technique through the performance of Beijing-Opera and Chinese music repertoire.

Church Music:
This is a skilled and Spiritual enrichment course for personal development in all areas of music ministry in Christian churches as soloists, choir conductors, workshop leaders & music educators.

Opera Centre:
The Opera Centre’s program of study is designed to offer training in stage and acting techniques and to provide musical coaching in role interpretation and style under the direction of professional staff and the conductor.

Musical Theatre:
This is an intensive course in conjunction with the Music & Theatre departments, designed to give students a grounding in both of these fields.  An audition and interview by the instructor may be required.


NOTE: According to Toronto School of Music attendance policy, if any teacher or student wishes to alter the class time for a special occasion or activity, they must notify the school office in writing or call 24 hours in advance. Toronto School of Music will rearrange the class time for both teacher and student(s).

  • Failures to comply with attendance policy without notifying the school office 24 hours in advance will result in a loss of a makeup lesson, which will not be rearranged; the one lesson tuition fee will not be refunded.

     

To apply, please email us at:
torontoschoolofmusiccanada@yahoo.ca
 or telephone us at 416-260-1882

 

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