Master's Degree in Musicology in Bogotá in Colombia

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Musicology

A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

Musicology is the study of music, musical performance, composition, and the cultural context involved in understanding music. Many musicologists are trained for professional performance, while other musicologists may choose to teach musical performance, judge music competitions, or work in recording studios.

Bogota has diverse system of universities and colleges. The students who come or choose to study here have a wide choice of options on which institutions to join. All the institutions are of high quality though; it’s just choosing on which part of the city you want to study.

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Master's Degree in Musical Studies

Universidad Central - Colombia
Campus Full time Part time 4 semesters January 2019 Colombia Bogotá + 1 more

This mastery, attached to the Dept. of Musical Studies, seeks to contribute to the development of music in Colombia, from the integral study of the contexts that give meaning to musical discourse and its theoretical and practical application in the fields of interpretation, research and education. [+]

Generate new aesthetic proposals from the understanding of the musical work in its context.

Degree awarded: Master's Degree in Music StudiesType of training: MasterMethodology: PresencialPlace of development: Bogotá, DCEstimated duration: 4 semestersAcademic credits: 46 (emphasis on historical interpretation or music education); 48 (emphasis on research)Value per credit: $ 867,868 (2019)Registration fee : $ 8,678,680 (for first semester students)Presentation

During the last decades, the aesthetic-musical criteria have been changing substantially due, among other factors, to the great amount of studies and musicological investigations, which have contributed new elements to the theory and musical interpretation. These factors have strengthened the theoretical references that should support any practice in the field of music.... [-]