Music and Performing Art - Master's graduate postgraduate

Music and Performing Art
Last updated on:2019-11-07
Type of study programmeProfessional master degree
DegreeProfessional Master’s Degree in Music
Licence/accreditationStudy programme accredited until 31-Dec-2022
 
Duration2 years (full-time)
Study typeFull-time
Credit points80 (ECTS: 120)
Study languageEnglish (EN)
Study arrangementsInternational students study in English according to an individual plan. International students are offered a Latvian language course (3 ECTS) in the framework of the study program.
Fees3000 - 6000 EUR per year
 
Study programme descriptionThe programme aims to prepare highly qualified professional musicians and choreographers, required by the State and the society - performing artists, conductors,
vocalists, composers, music teachers and choreographers. Students in the addition to the competencies of professional bachelor in the field of music or choreography, also acquire applicable knowledge that is based on the theory of music or choreography sciences. The main tasks of the programme are to provide content of study courses according to the higher level of studies, ensuring optimal conditions for the development of individual creativity and research abilities.

Highly qualified musicians and choreographers are motivated to acquire knowledge and skills required for academic and professional work in the field of music or choreography. During studies, students gain in-depth knowledge and skills in the scientific research in music, music education or choreography. They acquire information on the latest achievements in theory, education and psychology within unified European educational environment, and to undertake further education activities. The graduates of this programme are usually employed in professional orchestras and ballets, music and dance schools, music and dance ensembles - various artistic activities within music or dance fields, as well as interdisciplinary projects organised by culture institutions.

Music and Performing Arts with sub-programmes:

Music
- specialization Instrumental music:
profiles: piano performance, piano accompaniment, piano duet, organ performance, accordion performance, chamber ensemble, violin performance, viola performance, cello performance, double bass performance, harp performance, kokle performance, string quartet, string chamber ensemble, flute performance, oboe performance, clarinet performance, bassoon performance, saxophone performance, French horn performance, trumpet performance, trombone performance, euphonium performance, tuba performance, wind chamber ensemble, percussion performance, jazz music, early music
- specialization Conducting: profiles choral conducting, symphony orchestra conducting, wind orchestra conducting
- specialization Vocal Music: profiles chamber singing, opera singing, early music singing, jazz music
- specialization Composition
- specialization Sound Recording (Tonmeister)
- specialization Music and Education
profiles: music tuition, instrumental music tuition (piano performance, organ performance, harpsichord performance, accordion performance, violin performance, viola performance, cello performance, double bass performance, harp performance, kokle performance, flute performance, oboe performance, clarinet performance, bassoon performance, saxophone performance, French horn performance, trumpet performance, trombone performance, euphonium performance, tuba performance tuition)
- Choreography.
Study programme linkwww.music.lv/upload/pages/31/coursedescriptions/PDF/ProfMagMuz_ANOTACIJAS_ENG.pdf
RequirementsIn subprogrammes Instrumental Music, Conducting, Composition, Vocal Music - professional bachelor’s degree in music and knowledge and skills on the level of professional bachelor’s programme completion requirements that the applicant intends to pursue in-depth during postgraduate studies.
In sub-programme Music and Education – bachelor’s degree in music or music pedagogy and knowledge and skills on the level of professional bachelor’s programme completion requirements that the applicant intends to pursue in-depth during postgraduate studies.
For detailed admission requirements click here:http://www.jvlma.lv/en/studies/application-and-admissions
Higher Education Institution
Krišjāņa Barona Street 1, Rīga, LV-1050, Latvia
Phone:+371 67820271
E-mail:academy@jvlma.lv  www.jvlma.lv/en