Mount Royal University Conservatory

Mount Royal University Conservatory
Mount Royal University Conservatory

Mount Royal University Conservatory

Experience the best in small venue performances

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Concerts at the Conservatory

Experience the best in small venue performances, Live at the Leacock. (or the Wright or Nickle theatres). Whether you prefer jazz, blues, classical guitar or orchestral music, or any style in between, check out our full events calendar. The Conservatory, at Mount Royal University, hosts regular performances from both established talent and up-and-coming faces (including students at the university). The 300-seat Leacock theatre is an intimate venue that allows the audience to get "up-close and personal" with performers. The Conservatory is home to choirs, orchestras, and performing ensembles; and private music and speech students, for whom public performances are held as part of the students' artistic experience. Additionally, guest artists are often invited to perform, teach and give master classes. To get to the University, take Glenmore Trail west from Crowchild and exit on Richard Road, SW

Why Go

Experience the best in small venue performances, Live at the Leacock. (or the Wright or Nickle theatres). Whether you prefer jazz, blues, classical guitar or orchestral music, or any style in between, check out our full events calendar. The Conservatory, at Mount Royal University, hosts regular performances from both established talent and up-and-coming faces (including students at the university). The 300-seat Leacock theatre is an intimate venue that allows the audience to get "up-close and personal" with performers. The Conservatory is home to choirs, orchestras, and performing ensembles; and private music and speech students, for whom public performances are held as part of the students' artistic experience. Additionally, guest artists are often invited to perform, teach and give master classes. To get to the University, take Glenmore Trail west from Crowchild and exit on Richard Road, SW

What's Great

Whether you prefer jazz, blues, classical guitar or orchestral music, or any style in between, the Conservatory hosts regular performances from both established talent and up-and-coming faces (including students at the university).

Local Tip:

The Bella Concert Hall attracts internationally-acclaimed performers with its state-of-the-arts acoustics and stunning architecture.
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