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Upcoming Arts Unionville Music Event

Showcase and information night: October 29, 2019 7:00-9:00pm
Ticket ordering for October 29, 2019 show: Showcase Tickets Ordering
Audition date: Jan 23-29, 2020


Winter Fantasia

Date: December 10, 11, 2019
Place: FLATO Markham Theatre
Time: 7pm
Showtime 2020- The Drowsy Chaperone
Date: January 9-11, 2020
Place: FLATO Markham Theatre


Alchemy 2020

Date: March 10, 2020

Time: 7-9pm

Place: FLATO Markham Theatre


Spring Celebration 

Date: April 22, 2020

Time: 7-9pm

Place: Unionvile High School

Arts Show & Music Cafe
Date: May  2020
Time: 6-8:30pm
Place: Unionville High School

Please Mark Your Calendar!
Information for ticketed performances will be available through any music student. Admission to most of the above festivals and competitions is free. Please come out and support our ensembles. Further information is available by contacting our ensemble conductors directly or Jeff Wrigglesworth (Head of Music) at

The Music Program focuses on developing the skills necessary for successful musical expression. This will include: solo and small ensemble repertoire with assistance from guest artists/teachers; stage deportment, interpretation and technique. Musicianship and critical listening skills will be enhanced through study of: music history, listening, concert reviews, ear-training, sight singing and keyboard harmony. All students will participate in a large ensemble (orchestra, band, or choir). Pianists will develop accompanying skills. As students advance, there will be more opportunities for specialized study of jazz, musical theatre, teaching, arranging, composition, conducting and performance of standard symphonic and chamber repertoire. The cost of field trips and special items are the responsibility of the student.

Music Admission General Requirements:

The student will...

  1. Be required to sight-read a piece of music.
  2. Be given an ear training test.
  3. Be given a short theory test.
  4. Perform repertoire, studies and scales.
  5. Be interviewed.
    • Winds: music will be enclosed with the appointment letter.
    • Piano: perform two contrasting solo pieces at a minimum Grade VIII Conservatory level and Studies #1 and #2 from the Czerny Opus 299 Book 1.
    • Strings: perform two contrasting solo pieces at a minimum of Grade IV Conservatory level or higher.
    • Vocal: perform two contrasting solo pieces with accompaniment (an accompanist will be provided): light musical theatre (age appropriate) and folk song or a piece equivalent to a minimum Grade II Royal Conservatory level.

    Details will be included in the appointment letter.


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