École de musique Vincent-d'Indy
|École de musique Vincent-d'Indy|
|Officer in charge||Director General Kathleen Caissy|
|Location||Montreal in the Outremont district, Quebec, Canada|
L'école Vincent-d'Indy offers programs that result in students receiving a Diploma of College Studies (often referred to as a DEC - a Diplôme d'études collégiales) in:
The school also offers extracurricular courses in music to youth in primary and secondary school as well as to adults. It also maintains a resource of approximately 400 affiliated professors throughout Quebec.
The current Director General is Kathleen Caissy.
Early 20th century
The school has its origin of program of musical studies begun by Sister Marie-Stéphane (Hélène Côté) in the school of the Congregation of Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Marie (also known as Collège Jésus-Marie) in the 1920s. In 1932, the foundations were made for the École supérieure de musique d’Outremont, affiliated with the Faculty of Arts at the Université de Montréal.
Middle and late 20th Century
The school adopted its current name in 1951 on the occasion of the centenary of the birth of the French composer and pedagogue Vincent d'Indy.
Music Publishing division
The École de musique Vincent-d'Indy publishes and distributes its own line of educational materials for its curriculum in cooperation with the Coopérative Vincent d'Indy. The Coop is the school bookstore as well as distributor of their educational publications.
Notes and references
- Official Site
- Information from the Web site of the Minister of Education
- Book and music editions Web site