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The Dean's Fund for The Glenn Gould School

The Dean's Fund for The Glenn Gould School
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You can help launch the careers of outstanding young artists.

The teaching philosophy at The Glenn Gould School is simple: offer a limited number of talented students one-on-one time with the finest teachers and ample performance opportunities – and they will develop into exceptional professional artists. 

Providing the highest level of personalized instruction is resource intensive. Your support of The Dean’s Fund will ensure that The Glenn Gould School can continue to attract the best talent, produce extraordinary career-ready musicians, and reinforce its reputation as one of the world’s top institutions for music performance and learning. 

The Dean’s Fund deepens career-focused learning by creating meaningful performance opportunities along with a practical curriculum to produce graduates who are significantly more prepared for the professional stage. It supports personalized teaching to recruit and retain a highly distinguished faculty to ensure student success. 

Please support the next generation of remarkable artists by donating to The Dean’s Fund today. 

Your gift to The Dean’s Fund will help The Glenn Gould School ensure that every student:
 

  • Receives ample performance opportunities in Royal Conservatory Orchestra concerts and Operas  
  • Benefits from 50% more one-on-one time with teachers than other music schools    
  • Participates in a comprehensive program of master classes (about 125 each year) to learn from acclaimed musicians and develop the skills needed for success  

 

How to Donate

Phone:
For more information or to donate, please call Amy Hopkins at 416.408.2824, x446. 

Online:
Use our online form 

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Mail:  
Please indicate that your donation is for The Dean’s Fund and send to:
 
The Royal Conservatory
ATTN: Amy Hopkins (The Dean’s Fund)
273 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M5S 1W2

Thank you for your support!

 

Hannah Craig
The Glenn Gould School has afforded me the opportunity to work with phenomenal teachers and coaches and has inspired me to throw myself deeply into music. 
I have learned what it means to work hard and to make difficult sacrifices and I have grown tremendously as a musician and even more so as a person.
– Hannah Craig, cello
Victoria Symphony
GGS and Taylor Academy Alumna