Band

In The Centre for Performing and Visual Arts’ Band program, students who study a woodwind, brass, or percussion instrument will explore many styles of music, and make meaningful connections between technique and artistry through performing and studying with renowned artists in their discipline. Performance ensembles, such as the PVA Wind Ensemble (PVAWE), Concert Band, and M@C Jazz Ensemble, perform locally, regionally, and when possible, internationally throughout the school year. All students are welcome to take part in the music program to join us in music making. PVA Music offers exciting and unique opportunities and access to world-class artists that further their musical experience.  All band ensembles are full-year, five-credit courses.

 

For more information about PVA’s Band program and its application/audition process please visit pvacentral.ca.


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