University Master’s Degree in Performance of Early Music
|Calendar||From October 2022 to June 2023|
|Schedule||Group classes: Friday and Saturday approx. every 15 days
Instrument classes: agreed with the corresponding teacher.
+3 Sundays: CONCERT
|Teaching language||Catalan, Spanish, English|
|Modality||It is necessary to attend 80% of classes in order to be evaluated.|
|Fees / credit||Consult the UAB website|
The Master in Performance of Early Music is a professional degree and its contents are designed to provide the ability to become a professional performer.
The full name of the master is Musicology, Music Education and Interpretation of Early Music.
Esmuc offers the professional specialty, focusing on the performance of early music.
Applicants should send an email to: email@example.com
Contents of the mail
Applicants will receive the results of their admission in the email address specified upon pre-registration.
The student must take 2 compulsory modules (OB), 1 compulsory specialty module (OB esp) and 2 optional modules (OP).
Les classes d’instrument estan incloses dins el mòdul Projecte/Pràctiques i treball de final de màster (OB).
Coordination: Lluís Coll i Trulls
|Almajano, Marta||Historical singing|
|Artigas, Javier||Historical organ|
|Balssa, Emmanuel||Prawn viola; Historic cello|
|Blanch, Xavier||Historical oboe|
|Bonet, Javier||Natural horn|
|Borràs, Josep||Historic bassoon / Bassoon|
|Climent, Lambert||Historical singing|
|Coppola, Lorenzo||Historical clarinet|
|Díaz Latorre, Xavier||Pulsed string instruments|
|Estevan, Pedro||Historical percussion|
|Galassi, Mara||Historic harp|
|Garrigosa, Francesc||Historical singing|
|Guglielmi, Luca||Harpsichord ; Fortepiano|
|Kraemer, Manfredo||Historical violin|
|Moreno, Emilio||Historical viola; Historical violin|
|Roca, Alba||Historical violin|
Teachers of theoretical sessions
Faculty of the Department of Early Music and Musicology of the Esmuc, Faculty of Musicology of the UAB and external guests.
Classes for the Master in Early Music Interpretation will be taught from October 2022 to june 2023, on Fridays and Saturdays.
Occasionally, instrument classes might be scheduled on other weekdays or Sundays.
It is aimed to students with a Bachelor Degree in Early Music or in classical and Contemporary music as well as to professionals who want to specialize in the interpretation of early music and musicological research at the highest academic and performance standards.
In some cases, the Master’s Admissions Committee determines that the candidate cannot access the Master’s directly and that he / she needs to take the Leveling Course.
This course consists of 30 hours which will include 15 hours of individual instrumental lessons, participation in Esmuc’s chamber projects or large groups and in seminars and courses organized by the Department of Early Music.
If the student obtains a positive grade at the end of the course, it will automatically be able to enroll in the master without taking the entrance test. To qualify for this course, it is necessary to submit an application including a DVD performing a minimum of 15 minutes to be evaluated.