The Master's Degree in Musical Interpretation and Research is a totally unique postgraduate program in its field of knowledge in Spain, Latin America and Europe. The innovative integration between interpretation and research obeys to the application of blended learning, the combination of the apparent or virtual presence (e-presence) and the real or physical presence (face-to-face).
The contents are focused on two specialization itineraries:
- Interpretation (violin, viola, violoncello and piano)
The main objectives are:
- The acquisition of a high interpretive level for the 4 instrument specialties.
- Methodological training to begin in musical research.
What makes this Master's Degree in Musical Interpretation and Research unique?
- Two itineraries: musical research and musical interpretation (violin, viola, cello and piano).
- Master pioneer by integrating three teaching methodologies: e-face-to-face, blended learning and face-to-face.
- Advanced and multidisciplinary training, oriented to academic specialization and professional circuits.
- It combines e-face-to-face and face-to-face teaching: master classes, external internships and master's degree recital (interpretation).
- Integration in a single title of the knowledge areas of the Conservatory (musical interpretation) and the University (musical research).
- The Sakai Platform, through its Teaching Innovation awards, has awarded it the "Honorable Mention" in its 5th edition (Atlanta, 2012) placing it next to universities such as New York or Indiana.