ARCTperf, ARCTped, B.Mus., MA, PhD
Instructor, Coordinator, Music
Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts
School of Performing Arts - Music
School of Performing Arts
604.986.1911 ext. 2311
Fir Building, room FR201f
PhD, Musicology, University of Victoria, 1998.
MA, Musicology, University of Vicgoria, 1989.
B.Mus., Piano Performance, University of Lethbridge, 1982.
ARCT Piano performance, Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto, 1978.
ARCT Piano pedagogy, Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto, 1977.
"It is the most awesome thing to be able to study through the lens of music – it’s what people were listening to. Being able to experience culture instead of just reading about it is amazing!"
Wendy Grant (PhD, University of Victoria, 1998) grew up in Lethbridge, Alberta where she studied piano from an early age.
After completing her ARCT in piano performance and pedagogy at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto studying with Earl Moss and William G. Andrews, she attended the University of Lethbridge where she received a Bachelor of Music degree.
She subsequently attended the University of Victoria, receiving both a Master's degree and a PhD in Musicology. Her master's thesis, a study of the trio sonatas of Henry Purcell, won the Governor General's Gold Medal in 1990.
Grant has presented papers internationally and has performed frequently as soloist and accompanist on piano and harpsichord.
Music of 17th century England, particularly the music of Henry Purcell.