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Queen's School of Music

School of Music
Former name Department of Music
Established 1969 (1969)
Type Music school
Parent institution Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Director Margaret Walker
Location Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Affiliations Queen's University
Website /music.ca.queensuwww

The Queen's School of Music is part of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Queen's University, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. The School of Music is housed on the main campus of the University within Harrison-LeCaine Hall on Bader Lane. Founded in 1969 as the Department of Music, students at the School can enroll in the Bachelor of Music (B. Mus) program, Bachelor of Arts (Music) program, or the Concurrent Education (Music) program.

The current director of the School is Margaret Walker. Past directors have included John Burge, István Anhalt, Ireneus Zuk, Alfred Fisher and Gordon E. Smith.

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