Welcome to our curated section of WHO’S WHO Education Programs.
This is a list of the most significant and important groups in the city. If you think that you should be included on this list, please see more details [here].
The University of Toronto Faculty of Music is a vital destination for the professional and scholarly study of music in North America. As part of one of the world’s top universities, the Faculty is home to a diverse and dynamic community.
Lake Field Music Inc. supports a network of musicians by offering a music camp for adults as well as promoting workshops, readings and concerts.
The International Resource Centre for Performing Artists is a dedicated service organization for Musical Artists. It was incorporated in 1985 to support freelance performers in the music field to make the transition from student to professional and to assist them to reach their goals at various stages in their careers.
The Royal Conservatory offers an unsurpassed breadth of music appreciation courses taught by experts in a welcoming and collegial environment. Build new contexts for your musical experiences as you deepen your understanding and enjoyment of music across genres and historical periods, from the rich traditions of the past to the exciting frontiers of the present. With courses offered in the morning, afternoon, and evening, you're sure to find something in our selection of offerings that sparks your curiosity and fits your schedule!
The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir is praised by patrons and media alike for the emotional intensity of its performances, and for its grand symphonic sound and clarity of expression. The Choir continues to be dedicated, since its founding in 1894, to engaging audiences with the power of great choral music performed live.
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