Ethnomusicology Feature

Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology

The Canadian Centre for Ethnomusicology is an archive and research resource documenting musical and cultural traditions locally and internationally. The collection includes diverse instruments and more than 4000 titles in audio/video recordings. The Centre helps users understand how people use music to connect, express, and create community and identity. It is of value to students and faculty in the social sciences, humanities, education, and fine arts.

Location and Access

  • The collection can be accessed by students, faculty, researchers, and members of the public by appointment
  • Contact Michael Frishkopf to arrange an appointment or tour
  • Highlights of the collection are exhibited on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building (outside of Room 2-30) and on the third floor in Arts and Convocation Hall (outside of Room 3-47)


Michael Frishkopf, Director
334D Arts Building
Phone: (780) 492-0225

Related Links

Canadian Centre for Enthnomusicology 

Departmental Collection Web Site

Virtual Museum of Canadian Traditional Music