The School for Studies in Art & Culture cordially invites you to attend a celebration of our 2014-15 Artist-in-Residence “Ian Tamblyn & Friends” with Fred Guignion, Jillian Kerr, MacKenzie DiMillo, Hans Vivian Wenzel and Leigha & Michael Magennis. Friday, March 6, 2015, at 4:00... More
February 24, 2015
Ian Tamblyn and Friends
February 11, 2015
“organ-ic” atmosphere at Ravens Hockey home games
January 26, 2015
Marketing Your Music: A panel discussion
December 15, 2014
Grad student looks back at first term
December 4, 2014
Music Grad Releases New Video
November 26, 2014
End-of-Term Concert Schedule
* New! MA in Music and Culture with a concentration in Digital Humanities, details on the Graduate Studies page.
* Stream it Live! Listen to the weekly CKCU-FM radio program “Carleton Music Showcase” featuring our Music students every Tuesday afternoon, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Click on the red radio! Podcast archives of past shows are here.
The Music programs at Carleton provide a solid grounding in the practice, analysis and history of European classical music from the Middle Ages to the present. In addition, they focus on more recently developed areas such as Canadian music, American music, computer music, composition, ethnomusicology, jazz, popular music, the sociology of music, and gender studies. It is possible to undertake performance in popular and traditional musics, and to study the theory and analysis of jazz and popular styles. Learn more.
All units in the School for Studies in Art and Culture (SSAC) have graduate programs at the Masters level (for more information about the Music and Culture MA please click here). As well, most full-time faculty members in the SSAC can supervise PhD dissertations through the Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture (ICSLAC). Please visit the ICSLAC site for further information.
January 30: from Noon to 12:55 p.m., Patrick Cardy Studio (9th floor, Loeb). Admission is free. Facilitator: Danielle Allard: Singer-songwriter currently recording an album with Dean Watson, Carleton University graduate, Algonquin College Communications professor, music networking facilitator,... More
Thursday, November 27: Fusion Ensemble, directed by Wayne Eagles. 7:30 p.m., Kailash Mital Theatre, Southam Hall. Admission $10 general/$5 students and seniors. Saturday, November 29: Carleton University Choir, directed by James McGowan. 7:30 p.m., Centretown United Church. Admission $20 adults,... More