Pursue a B.Mus. or B.A. in Music
Cultivate your musical abilities and tastes. Experience the value of integrating more music into your daily life. This performance-driven program engages the beauty, drama, and healing power of music while exploring Christianity's influence on its progression over time.
Inside this program
Do What You Love
As a music student, you'll have opportunities to perform in numerous concerts and recitals. Study under professional musicians with years of performance and instruction experience as you develop technique and participate in choral and instrumental ensembles.
Immerse Yourself In Music's Nature and History
Explore the nature of music, its origins, and its development as you journey through music throughout the centuries. Musicology courses include Medieval Christian Music, World Music, Western Classical Music, Popular Music, and more.
Join A Community Of Musicians
You're joining a fun and collaborate community that seeks to bring out the very best in one another. In addition to performing with others in ensembles, you can look forward to a community that explores songs, sounds, and ideas—together.
Private Music Instruction
King's offers private instruction on a variety of instruments and practical courses in choral conducting, pedagogy, and collaborative piano.
Private music instruction is available to all music majors and minors, as well as any King's student looking to fulfill a fine arts course requirement for their program.
For inquiries related to registering for a private music instruction course as part of your degree, contact Dr. Charles Stolte, Chair, Department of Music.
Nicholas B. Knoppers Hall
King's recital hall seats an audience of 200 and features excellent acoustic and recording facilities. The hall’s instrumental inventory includes the following:
- Nine-foot Yamaha concert grand piano that once belonged to renowned pianist Glenn Gould
- Hailun seven-foot grand piano
- Letourneau 12-stop, two-manual mechanical pipe organ
- Hubbard one-manual, Flemish-style harpsichord
- Sabathil two-manual pedal harpsichord
Organ students have weekly lessons at West End Christian Reformed Church, which boasts of a beautiful 36-stop, two-manual mechanical Letourneau organ. This venue is also an excellent alternative resource for recitals.
- Eight spacious, bright, and naturally practice rooms
- Practice time is scheduled for each term according to availability and student needs
Additional Music Facilities
Take a look at our vocal studio, practice rooms, most prized instruments, and other fine arts spaces using King's campus map.
"Hope has a ripple effect. It's become apparent during my time at King's that it is contagious and makes a real change in the world."
"Joy in the Journey" with Heidi Kuhse, piano. Edmonton, AB: December 2007.
Professional recording of Joy in the Journey.
"Jerry Ozipko and Friends." Saxophone performer recording graphic and conceptual works with singer, electric violin and computer processing. Edmonton, AB: July 2013.
Professional recording of Jerry Ozipko and Friends.
"Music of Thierry Alla." Trichromie trio de saxophones soprano (Thierry Alla, 2006): 2022.
Professional recording of Music of Thierry Alla.