School of Music
One of Canada’s leading music schools, we offer the highest levels of MENTORSHIP in the country. You’ll have access to the resources, space and individual attention you need to achieve. Perform in facilities that are acoustically superb. Plug-in to our focus on TECHNOLOGY and our electro-acoustic research lab. Expand your horizons through INTERNATIONAL studies at our UK campus. All this in an environment full of PROFESSIONAL opportunities designed to develop your competitive edge.
Are you ready for it? The stage is yours. Your career starts here.
Anna Rumbolt was born and raised in Gander, Newfoundland. She recently completed her Bachelor of Music degree (Honours) majoring in Vocal Performance at Memorial University’s School of Music, under the direction of Dr. Caroline Schiller. She is currently completing her Masters in Performance Pedagogy at MUN studying with Dr. Jane Leibel.
Read our interview with Anna Rumboldt, B.Mus. '21, M.Mus. '23!
School of Music Voice and Opera professor Dr. Caroline Schiller was presented with Memorial University’s 2021 President’s Award for Distinguished Teaching in a ceremony on March 10, 2022 on Signal Hill Campus in St. John’s.
Congratulations, Dr. Schiller! Thank you for all that you do for the Voice and Opera studio here at the School of Music!
Dr. Andrew Staniland is a professor of composition and electronic music here at the School of Music. His newest record, Reddened by Hammer: Earthquakes and Islands Remixed, was released October 15 on Canadian Music Centre's Centrediscs. Reddened by Hammer, an intersection of electroacoustic composition and art song, is streaming now on Apple Music and Spotify. Find out more and pre-order the vinyl at www.andrewstaniland.com.
Congratulations to Music at Memorial faculty Nancy Dahn & Timothy Steeves of Duo Concertante upon being jointly awarded the John Lewis Paton Distinguished University Professorship from Memorial University of Newfoundland!
This well-deserved award recognizes faculty who embody the university's mission by demonstrating exceptional teaching, undertaking world-class research and sharing their knowledge and expertise widely.
Congratulations, Tim and Nancy!