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  1. Nordic Master in Folk Music (NoFo), Master of Music (2.5 yr)

    Nordic Master in Folk Music (NoFo) is a joint study program between four Nordic music academies: Royal College of Music (Stockholm, Sweden), Danish National Academy of Music (Esbjerg, Denmark), Ole Bull Academy (Voss, Norway) and Sibelius Academy of the University of the Arts (Helsinki, Finland). The NoFo students will experience a unique artistic journey, studying at all of these high-level academies. They will get an insight into folk music traditions in four different countries and a great possibility to prepare for a Nordic career. Offering a lot of mobility, Nordic networking and intensive ensemble work, this is an opportunity that ordinary folk music master degree programs cannot match. The program provides a great framework to develop and deepen one’s own artistic profile as a soloist though regular individual lessons with top-level teachers at each institute. The NoFo students form a study group that works together for two academic years, spending three full semesters together studying at the participating academies. During the fourth semester, students study at their home institutions, as well as participating in an intensive course period at the Ole Bull Academy. Ensemble playing has a strong emphasis during the studies. The ensemble, consisting of all of the NoFo-students, performs at different venues in all of the participating countries. A tour through all of the Nordic countries is organized by the ensemble as part of their final examination. Read more on the University of the Arts Helsinki web pa ...

    Provider NameUniversity of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  2. Nordic Master in Jazz (NOMAZZ), Master of Music (2.5 yr)

    Nordic Masters in Jazz (NOMAZZ) is a joint Nordic jazz music Master’s programme organized by the Royal Academy of Music Aarhus/Aalborg (Denmark), Sibelius Academy, and the Royal College of Music (Sweden). The programme enables you to develop and enhance your artistic vision, technical skills, and knowledge of the Nordic jazz field. As a student in the programme, you will have the opportunity to focus on your individual expression in such a way that will give you the skills for demanding musician, orchestral conducting, arranger-composer or instructor assignments. Read more on the University of the Arts Helsinki web pages. Read more on the programme's own web pages. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  3. Church Music, Bachelor and Master of Music (3 yr + 2.5 yr, tuition only in Finnish / Swedish)

    Kirkkomusiikkia voi opiskella sekä Helsingissä että Kuopiossa. Kanttori on osa suomalaisten arkea: hän luotsaa musiikkileikkikoulua tai nuorisokuoroa lähiseurakunnassa, musisoi hautajaisissa ja häissä ja toimii monilla pienillä paikkakunnilla ainoana musiikin ammattilaisena. Koulutuksen ytimen muodostaa jumalanpalvelusmusiikki, myös muun seurakuntatyön edellyttämät musiikilliset valmiudet ovat opiskelussa keskeisiä. Kirkkomusiikin korkeakouluopintojen yhtenä punaisena lankana onkin työelämän edellyttämä laaja-alainen ja monipuolinen muusikkous. Maisterin tutkinnon syventymiskohteeksi voi valita kuoronjohdon, laulun, kirkkomusiikkiin liittyvän projektin, tutkimuksen tai urkujensoiton. Lue lisää Taideyliopiston www-sivuilta. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  4. Classical Music Performance / Instrument, Bachelor and Master of Music (3 yr + 2.5 yr)

    The purpose of the education is to provide the students with artistic skills and comprehension of music based on mastery of their instrument. Upon completion of the education, students will be able to work in the demanding role of a soloist or a musician in an orchestra or chamber orchestra, and as a music pedagogue. Applications are accepted to five different departments: early music; piano, accordion, guitar, and kantele; wind instruments, percussion, and harp; strings, and vocal music. Applications to the organ and clavichord are directed to the church music department. The main subject in the early music department is one of the following period instruments: a wind or string instrument, harpsichord or lute. In the department of piano, accordion, guitar, and kantele, the main subject is one of the following instruments: piano, accordion, kantele, or guitar. In the department of wind instruments, percussion, and harp, the main subject is one of the following instruments: woodwind instrument (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, or saxophone), brass instrument (French horn, trumpet, trombone, euphonium, or tuba), percussion, or harp. In the department of strings, the main subject is one of the following instruments: violin, viola, cello, or double bass. Read more on the University of the Arts Helsinki web pages. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  5. Classical Music Performance / Instrument, Master of Music (2.5 yr)

    The purpose of the education is to provide the students with artistic skills and comprehension of music based on mastery of their instrument. Upon completion of the education, students will be able to work in the demanding role of a soloist or a musician in an orchestra or chamber orchestra, and as a music pedagogue. Applications are accepted to five different departments: early music; piano, accordion, guitar, and kantele; wind instruments, percussion, and harp; strings, and vocal music. Applications to the organ and clavichord are directed to the church music department. The main subject in the early music department is one of the following period instruments: a wind or string instrument, harpsichord or lute. In the department of piano, accordion, guitar, and kantele, the main subject is either piano chamber music and lied or one of the following instruments: piano, accordion, kantele, guitar, or fortepiano. Fortepiano and piano chamber music and lied can be the main instrument only in the 2.5-year programme leading to the Master's degree. In the department of wind instruments, percussion, and harp, the main subject is one of the following instruments: woodwind instrument (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, or saxophone), brass instrument (French horn, trumpet, trombone, euphonium, or tuba), percussion, or harp. In the department of strings, the main subject is one of the following instruments: violin, viola, cello, or double bass. Read more on the University of the Arts Helsinki web pages. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  6. Classical Music Performance / Voice, Master of Music (2.5 yr)

    The purpose of the Classical Music Performance vocal education is to provide the students with the artistic skills and comprehension of music based on the mastery of the instrument. Vocal Arts main subject studies aim at giving you a professional-level ability in vocal skills, artistic capability and musical understanding. Music and drama studies are a part of the education on all levels. You will have the opportunity to participate immediately in different opera productions and concerts arranged in the Helsinki Music Centre’s concert halls, the Sibelius Academy’s own premises and in the metropolitan area churches. All students are given the opportunity for international networking through student exchange and different types of travel and collaboration projects as soon they begin their studies. The department collaborates with several international education units and participates in, for instance, the Nordic and Baltic Opera University biennale. After graduation, you can work on demanding soloist and vocal teacher assignments. In the Opera programme, you will graduate with a Master of Music with opera singing as your main subject. The programme consists of a cycle of teaching modules scheduled in advance. The five modules and related opera productions are the core of the programme. You will participate in four full-scale opera productions with orchestras. Additionally, you will participate in small-scale operas or scenes. Your demonstration of proficiency will consist of productions and related performances. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  7. Conducting, Bachelor and Master of Music (3 yr + 2.5 yr)

    Conducting studies at Sibelius Academy are based on the solid musicianship of its students. Most students are highly skilled with musical instruments, having also gained extensive experience in their working lives or having earned bachelor's or master's degrees. Conducting studies add to the knowledge and skills of these professionals. Everyday conducting studies at the university level consist of close cooperation between the instructors, students, and the rehearsal orchestra or choir. Various orchestras are part of this package. As to specialization, students choose from orchestral, wind orchestral, and choir options. Read more on the University of the Arts Helsinki web pages. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  8. Folk Music, Master of Music (2.5 yr)

    The purpose of the studies in Folk Music is to provide students with a comprehensive, practical mastery of historical as well as contemporary folk music playing and singing, and to introduce them to research in the field. The students explore the traditions of Finnish and world folk music under the guidance of Finnish and international masters in the field. The aim is that the musicians can independently create their own music, based on folk music traditions, in collaboration with other art forms and the modern society. Read more on the University of the Arts Helsinki web pages. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  9. Jazz, Bachelor and Master of Music (3 yr + 2.5 yr)

    The primary function is to provide the highest level of education in Finland regarding music based on the African-American tradition. Cooperation with international jazz schools and tutor and concert visits by interesting foreign jazz artists have laid the groundwork for various forms of international activity. The programme aims to provide students with a sufficiently high level of knowledge and skills based on the Afro-American music culture to enable them to work in the demanding role of a musician, a conductor, an arranger/composer or a teacher. Read more on the University of the Arts Helsinki web pages. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  10. Jazz, Master of Music (2.5-year)

    The primary function is to provide the highest level of education in Finland regarding music based on the African-American tradition. Cooperation with international jazz schools and tutor and concert visits by interesting foreign jazz artists have laid the groundwork for various forms of international activity. The programme aims to provide students with a sufficiently high level of knowledge and skills based on the Afro-American music culture to enable them to work in the demanding role of a musician, a conductor, an arranger/composer or a teacher. Read more on the University of the Arts Helsinki web pages. ...

    Provider NameUniversity of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland

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