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Conservatory 
of Music


COVID-19 update

Masks on campus: Find out where and when you need to wear yours.

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The Conservatory of Music at MacEwan University gives students of all ages and aptitudes the opportunity to develop and explore their musical talents. From Music in Early Childhood to advanced theory and technique; from ensemble performances to one-on-one coaching for passionate or professional musicians, we encourage students to recognize and realize their potential. 

Learn in an environment that respects your artistic talent and supports your aspirations. Group lessons, private lessons, clinics and ensemble classes are offered year-round on a variety of instruments, including voice. You do not need to be a student of MacEwan University to take lessons. Classes are offered at the Alberta College Campus, Allard Hall and online.


Statement: Centre High COVID-19 Watch, October 7, 2020

The Chief Medical Officer of Health has declared a COVID-19 watch at Centre High at Alberta College Campus because five or more cases of the virus have been confirmed.

Alberta Health Services has stated that the risk of the general population of the building becoming infected because of these cases is low. The university has also assessed this risk as very low, and has determined that activities at the Conservatory of Music can continue.

The university’s focus is on assisting with cleaning of the facility and protecting the Conservatory of Music students and the university staff at the campus. If you are planning to visit the Alberta College Campus, please complete the AHS COVID-19 self assessment.

If you experience any symptoms of COVID-19, stay at home and call 811 for advice on next steps.

Updates from Alberta Health Services can be found on the COVID-19 school status map.
 


Sculpting Air: A Whole-Person Approach to Songwriting

Learn more about songwriting with Robert Walsh, Conservatory of Music instructor and author of two books, including Sculpting Air — A Whole-Person Approach to Songwriting.

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Performance wellness

There is more to performance anxiety than meets the eye—and we are making inroads into helping students on a journey toward performance wellness. "Inclusive awareness is a fairly new mindfulness approach" that will benefit all performers, explains Bianca.