The One-Year Artist Diploma program is offered to students who have previously completed a Bachelor of Music degree or its equivalent. Applicants must also demonstrate a performance level of at least a Conservatory Associate standard, and show evidence of exceptional performance ability. New applicants to the One-Year Artist Diploma program who are new to Western University should contact the Recruitment Officer, Sasha Gorbasew, firstname.lastname@example.org before applying. Students already at Western should contact Melaney Mathews, email@example.com in the Department of Music Performance Studies.
The Music Performance Diploma is a three-year program designed for students who are also concurrently enrolled in a non-music degree. The program is flexible and permits students to focus exclusively on music study. It offers weekly one-hour lessons. Although diploma holders represent performers of high artistic achievement, graduate schools generally require an academic degree as well. New applicants to the Music Performance Diploma program who are new to Western University should contact the Recruitment Officer, Sasha Gorbasew, firstname.lastname@example.org before applying. Students already at Western should contact Diane Mills, email@example.com during the Intent to Register period.
Both the One-Year Artist Diploma and Three-Year Music Performance Diploma programs allow the student to concentrate on performance study, with a wide range of music electives.
Auditions will be adjudicated in April by a panel of faculty from the Department of Music Performance Studies. Auditions for both programs will be scheduled at 15-minute intervals. Admission requirements and performance levels are outlined in the Academic Calendar.
Academic requirements for the Music Performance Diploma.
Academic requirements for the One-Year Artist Diploma.