These are mandatory and all come with course.
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The Master of Music degree in performance is offered to students who have achieved the necessary levels of attainment and productivity at the undergraduate level and gives reasonable promise of further significant accomplishment.
This degree is often a final academic step for the musician who wishes to enter the professional world.
However, it may prove an intermediate step for those preparing for doctoral training.
Performance candidates present a recital or opera performance instead of a thesis.
A two-year residency is the norm.
UBC’s MMus in Orchestral Instrument Performance degree program is distinguished by its outstanding faculty performers who play in the Vancouver Symphony, Vancouver Opera Orchestra, National Broadcast Orchestra, Standing Wave, and Turning Point Ensemble and enjoy successful careers as solo recording artists and entrepreneurs.
The School of Music also provides many master classes with internationally renowned guest artists and ample playing opportunities in ensembles of the highest calibre.
The main focus is to allow each student to progress to the apex of their performance potential, and admission is selective.
Enrollment is limited so that all students are allowed ample performance opportunities to do so.
Orchestral Instrument Performance students perform in the Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Concert Winds, Symphony Orchestra, and Jazz Bands, and participate in numerous chamber ensembles and opera productions annually.
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The Faculty of Graduate Studies may extend a conditional offer of admission to a highly-qualified graduate applicant who does not quite meet the minimum English language proficiency requirement set by the graduate program to which the student has applied.
The student will proceed directly into the graduate degree program after successfully completing the prescribed terms of study in the ELI Intensive Academic English Program (or pre-approved, equivalent alternative).
To be eligible for the Condition Admission Program (CAP), the applicant must:
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