Queen's University

Concurrent music program formally launches

Glenn Vollebregt, CEO and President of St. Lawrence College, welcomes guests.
Queen's Principal Daniel Woolf makes opening remarks at the launch event.
The audience listens to a cello performance by Queen's music student Kathryn Knowles (Artsci'14).
Music student Kathryn Knowles (Artsci'14) plays a Bach cello sonata for the audience.
Students Kendra Pierroz (Artsci'12) and Stephen Helmer (Artsci'16) perform a jazz number.
Students Kendra Pierroz and Stephen Helmer have studied at both Queen's and St. Lawrence College.
Glenn Vollebregt and Daniel Woolf sign the formal agreement for the new concurrent music program.

By Meredith Dault, Senior Communications Officer 

A concurrent music program between Queen's University and St. Lawrence College was formally launched this afternoon at a reception that included performances by student musicians. The five-year Bachelor of Music/Music and Digital Media program will allow students to jointly earn qualifications from Queen's and St. Lawrence College. The interdisciplinary program introduces a new partnership between the two institutions. 

Read more about the program on the Queen's News Centre. 



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