Tours will depart frequently from the Atrium
9:00am - 10:00am
OR 11:30am - 12:00pm
Atrium, Talbot College
Coffee and refreshments will be available.
Information Sessions about our programs and audition process/requirements.
Admissions staff, Faculty members and Students Council representatives will be on hand to answer questions after the presentation.
10:00am - 11:30am
Paul Davenport Theatre, Talbot College
12:00-1:00pm -Information Drop in Session. Students who are not able to attend our morning session are invited to drop by and ask questions to our faculty and staff.
Location: Atrium, Talbot College
12:30-2:30 pm- Piano Information Session and Mini Lessons. Piano Professors Tina Yanchus and James Hibbard will present an information session on piano studies and be available for some mini lessons. (to book a time, contact Sasha Gorbasew firstname.lastname@example.org)
12:30-1pm. Piano Studies Information Sesson
1-2:30pm. Mini Lessons.
Location: Room 18, Music Building
11:30am-4:30 pm – Saxophone.
A number of sessions and opportunities will be available for prospective students hosted by saxophone instructors Bobbi Thompson and Barry Usher.
9:30-11:30am Visiting guest master class by Saxophone duo Ogni Suono
11:30am-12:30pm Saxophone studies information session with Barry Usher and Bobbi Thompson
Students are encouraged to bring their saxophone and a portable music stand.
1-2pm Contemporary Techniques workshop
2-4:30pm Mini lessons available for saxophone students (to book a time, contact Sasha Gorbasew email@example.com)
Location: Room 345, Music Building
12:00-4:30pm – Brass and Percussion.
Students who play trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Euphonium and Tuba will are invited to come, meet and work with our brass faculty members. Prospective brass students are encouraged to bring their instrument and work with our brass faculty members.
12-12:45pm Faculty concert
1-2pm Brass and percussion clinics and masterclasses
2-4:30pm Mini lessons available for brass students (to book a time, contact Sasha Gorbasew firstname.lastname@example.org)
Location: Room 104, Music Building
11:30am-12:30pm Popular Music Studies Information Session and Question and Answer
Location: Room 128, Talbot College
12:00-3:00pm – Strings. Prospective string students are encouraged to come and meet our string instructors during this time. One of our student string chamber ensembles will perform. Information will be given about our String Bank and our string faculty members will be available for mini lessons for prospective student who sign up ahead of time.
12pm Short performance of student string chamber group.
12:30 Faculty Information Session about string studies and our String Bank
1:30-3pm Mini lessons and one on one with string faculty members. students (to book a time, contact Sasha Gorbasew email@example.com)
Location: Room 125, Music Building
1:00-2:30 pm -Flute Session. Flute enthusiasts are welcome to come and hear our flute students perform. Prospective students will have an opportunity to ask questions directly with Prof. Fiona Wilkinson and learn first hand about the many opportunities available within the flute program at Western.
Location: Room 102, Music Building
12:00-1:00pm - Open Voice Masterclass. Professor Patricia Green will be presenting an open masterclass.
Location: Room 100, Talbot College
1:00 – 1:45pm - Voice Studies Information Session. Professor Theodore Baerg from our voice department will give an information session on voice studies at Western and be available for questions.
Location: Room 141, Talbot College
Mini lessons for voice. Several time slots after 2pm will be available for mini lessons with Prof. Patricia Green.
(to book a time, contact Sasha Gorbasew firstname.lastname@example.org)
2:00pm "Merry Widow ". This fully staged performance of the Merry Widow by Franz Lehar presented by the Don Wright Faculty of Music opera program. In addition to this matinee performance, performances will also take place on Friday November 16 at 8pm and Saturday November 17 at 8pm.
Location: Paul Davenport Theatre, Talbot College. (This is a ticketed event).
You may buy tickets through the Grand Theatre box office or at the door just prior to the performance.