Want to learn music, preferably in Canada. Want to know more about the best institutions, fees, scholarships, eligibility, or is degree in music even worth to make a successful career?

Asked by Anuradha over 1 year ago

Answers 1

There are various degrees and programs available in the field of music, you can even pursue a bachelor’s or a master’s in the music industry. 

In Canada there are various universities that can help you with your dream of music, here is the list of top 10 universities in Canada that provide a bachelor’s degree in musical education: 

  • Acadia University School of Music
  • Alberta College-Conservatory of Music | Grant MacEwan University
  • Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
  • Bishop’s University
  • Brock University
  • Maritime Conservatory of Performing Arts
  • Metalworks Institute
  • Nimbus School of Recording & Media
  • Queen’s School of Music | Queen’s University
  • University of Waterloo

These are the best universities that you can target for your studies in music. Here are the best scholarships for music in Canada:

  • A. Whitmore Griffin Award in Music
  • Abbondanza Fine Arts Scholarship
  • Fanny Mendelssohn Award in Music

See, in my opinion, a bachelor's studies in music is necessary to make a successful career in the teaching industry, but if you want to make a performance career in the music, then also it can help you in getting the right quality of the network, when you interact with other musicians, it expands your knowledge and skills in the field, but I think that the only good part about the degree in this course, rest it is more dependent on your creativity and skills. 

My favourite instrument is the guitar and I love Jimmy Hendrix, what about you?


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