Areas of Study


Opportunities Abound in Keyboard Performance Studies at UofT!

MMus and DMA programs in Solo Piano, Collaborative Piano, Piano Pedagogy, Organ and Harpsichord feature leading teachers, performers and researchers from North America and beyond. Solo performance, chamber music, collaborative work with instrumentalists and vocalists, contemporary music, teaching practica within the community and with advanced adult students are the cornerstones of the graduate experiences offered at the UofT! In addition to diverse course, practica, and lesson offerings, students benefit from many opportunities for establishing connections across the UofT campus as well as within the vibrant musical community of the city of Toronto.


  • Master-classes with faculty and guest artists
  • Community Outreach Concerts
  • Teaching opportunities in the Children’s Piano Pedagogy Program
  • Advanced Studio and Master-class teaching opportunities in the Adult Community Program
  • Varied collaborative opportunities for pianists to work with voice, opera, and instrumental studios
  • Organ Improvisation
  • New Music Festival: Collaborations with student and faculty composers
  • PianoFest! Honours recitals featuring our top students
  • Annual Concerto Competition (undergraduate and MM students)
  • Annual Recital Competition (DMA) for opportunities to perform in the UofT Thursday Noon Series, which draws large campus-wide and community audiences.

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