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Online Master in Music in Spain

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Master in Techniques of Contemporary Music

ESMUC Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya
Online Part time 1 year September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Master in Techniques of Contemporary Music gives students the opportunity to broaden their knowledge of techniques for the creation and practice of new music. In addition to this, students will investigate the conceptual and theoretical frameworks that make this music possible. [+]

Online Masters in Music in Spain. Introduction The Master in Techniques of Contemporary Music gives students the opportunity to broaden their knowledge of techniques for the creation and practice of new music. In addition to this, students will investigate the conceptual and theoretical frameworks that make this music possible. Even though there are three itineraries for specialization (composition, conducting and performance), the program emphasizes subjects common to all three thus favoring the dialogue between all branches and cross-disciplinary research. The result of this work will be seen in a common musical project with the participation of composers, conductors and performers. Objectives To give the necessary technical, theoretical and conceptual training for the performance, creation and conducting of new music. To study, assimilate and practice the techniques, languages and different notations derived from new music in the recent decades. To understand the different movements, aesthetics, and structural and discursive models from the second half of the XX century to the present day. To generate the necessary communication, debate and practice between all the agents involved in the creation of new music: composers, performers and conductors. Programme COMPULSORY Advanced Theoretical Training Techniques and notations of contemporary music Concepts, Aesthetics and Repertoire of contemporary music Analysis of contemporary music Ear training, contemporary rhythmic and timbral practice and microtonality Improvisation techniques Ensemble Reading sessions and Coaching Professional Practicum External Artistic Practicum Final Concert/Thesis Final Project/Concert Composition Advanced Techniques Techniques of Contemporary Music Composition I Techniques of Contemporary Music Composition II Complementary Theoretical Training Basic Electroacoustic Composition Techniques Contemporary music performance technqiues Contemporary music conducting techniques Conducting Advanced Techniques Techniques of Contemporary Music Conducting I Techniques of Contemporary Music Conducting II Complementary Theoretical Training Contemporary Music Repertoire Ensemble I Contemporary Music Repertoire Ensemble II Performing Advanced Techniques Techniques of Contemporary Music Performance I Techniques of Contemporary Music Performance II Complementary Theoretical Training Contemporary Music Repertoire Ensemble I Contemporary Music Repertoire Ensemble II ELECTIVES Complementary Professional Training Physiological and psychological aspects of performance practice Acoustics and advanced recording techniques Professional promotion Teaching fundamentals of the instrument in higher education Other, to choose from other master programs Admission As a prerequisite to access the Master in Techniques of Contemporary Music, you need a diploma which may consist of: A Spanish official degree in Musical Arts. A diploma issued by a higher education institution of the European Higher Education Area that entitles admission to a Masters degree in the issuing country. A diploma external to the European Higher Education Area, provided that the qualifications acquired in the country of issue entitle access to postgraduate studies. [-]