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Opportunities abound in Keyboard Performance Studies at UofT! MMus and DMA programs in Solo Piano, Collaborative Piano, Piano Pedagogy, Organ and Harpsichord feature leading teachers, performers and researchers from North America and beyond. Solo performance, chamber music, collaborative work with instrumentalists and vocalists, contemporary music, teaching practica within the community and with advanced adult students are the cornerstones of the graduate experiences offered at the UofT! In addition to diverse course, practica, and lesson offerings, students benefit from many opportunities for establishing connections across the UofT campus as well as within the vibrant musical community of the city of Toronto.

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The Royal Conservatory of Music is one of the largest and most respected music education institutions in the world, providing the definitive standard of excellence in curriculum design, assessment, performance training, teacher certification, and arts-based social programs.

The mission of The Royal Conservatory – to develop human potential through leadership in music and the arts – is based on the conviction that the arts are humanity's greatest means to achieve personal growth and social cohesion. Advancing the transformative effect that music and the arts have on society lies at the heart of everything The Royal Conservatory does.

The more than five million alumni of The Royal Conservatory have enjoyed the many benefits of music study and carried these benefits into subsequent careers in a wide range of fields, including medicine, business, politics, education, science, and sports. Others, such as Glenn Gould, Oscar Peterson, Diana Krall, Sarah McLachlan, Teresa Stratas, Jon Vickers, and Mychael Danna have achieved international musical acclaim.