A partnership between Holland College and Confederation Centre of the Arts
- Enjoy hands-on learning where you get to try out the skills you have been taught
- Work with instructors who come straight from the stage and studio
- Train and perform in a unique environment including the halls, green room and stages of Confederation Centre of the Arts, Holland College’s new 300-seat Florence Simmons Performance Hall and the SoPA Garage, a rehearsal space and recording studio on the Prince of Wales Campus
- Participate in industry events
- Build the foundation for further post-secondary training
The Holland College School of Performing Arts (SoPA), gives you the opportunity to develop your artistic skills, share your passion for music, theatre, and dance; explore career options in the performing arts; and to gain an understanding of the business side of the performance industry.
You must apply for a School of Performing Arts program before you can audition.
All auditions are by appointment. To audition for Dance Performance, Theatre Performance or Performance Foundation, contact Peggy Reddin by email or by phone at (902) 629-1196.
Audition Day 1: Sunday, February 24 2019
Audition Day 2: Sunday, April 14 2019
To audition for Music Performance, contact Liam Corcoran by email.
Campus Tour Day & Open Studio Day
Friday, November 9, 2018
Campus Tour Days give you a chance to visit us and find out more about our programs. If you would like to meet instructors and students in the Music Performance program on Campus Tour Day, contact Liam Corcoran by email.
Don’t miss Open Studio Day for the Dance Performance, Theatre Performance, and Performance Foundation programs! Drop in to participate in a class on Friday, November 9. To register for Open Studio Day, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About Our Partner
The School of Performing Arts combines the significant strengths and national reputations of two well-established institutions, Holland College and Confederation Centre of the Arts. Confederation Centre of the Arts was founded in 1964 as Canada’s national memorial to the Fathers of Confederation, who gathered at Province House in Charlottetown in 1864 to discuss the creation of Canada. Dedicated to showcasing the best in Canadian visual and performing arts, this award-winning national arts centre is home to the internationally renowned Charlottetown Festival, one of the country’s most well-known theatre festivals.