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Bachelor of Music in Performance


     Classical music performance

KEYBOARD, STRING, VOICE, WIND AND PERCUSSION

The departments of the specialization in Music Performance include some of music's best-known professionals from the Canary Islands. Many of our teachers are doctorate degree holders and active performers, giving our teaching an innovative momentum, combined with research work closely synchronized with academic centres of higher learning in the European Area.

Our teachers use a flexible and creative methodology aimed at developing student skills and studies both as soloists as well as members of chamber music groups, orchestras, bands, choirs, early music groups, big band and jazz combos. In addition, at CSMC you will receive classes taught by internationally-renowed guest lecturers, and you can take part in different festivals celebrated in our region. Another key aspect of the Instrumental and Vocal Departments is instrumental pedagogy, in conjunction with CSMC's Pedagogy Department.

At the end of their studies, the Music Graduate in the Specialisation of Performance should have the following skills:

  • Interpret the relevant repertoire within their field of specialisation, appropriately addressing the aspects that make it possible to recognise the repertoire for its stylistic diversity.
  • Build a consistent interpretative idea of their own.
  • Show the ability to interact musically in every kind of participatory musical project, from a duet to a major ensemble.
  • Express themselves musically with their instrument/voice based on the knowledge and mastering of instrumental and vocal technique, as well as on acoustic and organological characteristics, and on stylistic variants.
  • Rigorously convey, as a performer, musical structures, ideas and materials.
  • Argue and verbally express their points of view on interpretation, as well as meet the challenge of making it easier to understand musical work.
  • Develop reading and improvisation skills on musical materials.
  • Assume in an appropriate manner the various subordinate, participatory or leading roles that may occur in a collective musical project.
  • Be acquainted with the procedures and resources specific to orchestral work and other ensembles, duly mastering sight reading, showing flexibility with regard to the director’s instructions and ability to integrate in the group.
  • Know the scenic implications resulting from their professional activity, and be able to develop its practical application.

Basic Information Bachelor degree performance

Faculty

Seat

Degree
Course

Duration

Workload

Language of instruction

 


Programme coordinator:

Singing

Keyboard

 

String and guitar

 

Wind and percussion

2

Gran Canaria and Tenerife

Bachelor of Music

8 semesters

240 ECTS credits

Spanish. Individual lessons and some group tuition can also be arranged in English or other languages.



Prof. Ignacio Cabrera Guedes

Prof. Nauzet Mederos Martín (GC),

Prof. Frank Temoche Coronado (TF)

Prof. Sandra González Medina   (GC)

Prof. Esther González Hernández (TF)

Prof. Sebastián Gil Armas (GC)

Prof. Miguel Cervera (TF)

  

Degree

MFB

(Credits)

MOE

(Credits)

Elective courses

(credits)

Traineeship

(credits)

TFC

(credits)

Total

ECTS

Music performance

45

168

9

12

6

240

 

MFB: Basic Core Subjects (Materias de formación básica)

MOE: Compulsory Specialisation Subjects (Materias Obligatorias de la especialidad)

TFC: Term paper (Trabajo Fin de Carrera)


      


Detailed course catalogue can find found attached below 
 

Major artistic subjects:

Accordion

Bassoon

Double bass

Guitar

Harp

               Harpsichord

Horn

Clarinet

Piano

Oboe

Organ

Trombone

 Flute

 Percussion

 Saxophone

 Singing

 Trumpet

 Tuba

 Viola

                 Violin

                 Cello


 



Facilities

-Practice rooms (most with pianos) and a percussion studio are available from 8 AM to 3 PM

-350-seat Concert Hall and other small stages (Aula Magna, Sala Roja, Sala de Caracol…) for performance and lecture series, exams and other events

-Collaboration with other concert halls in Gran Canaria, Tenerife and other islands for performance opportunities

-Recording studio

-Computer lab

-A large, well-stocked Music Library


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