Graduate students have the opportunity to enrich their artistic and professional abilities by engaging into Master programs as:
1. Musical Performance
2. Musical Education
3. Musicology, composition and conducting
Further developing, improving and completing the license studies, the masters programs offer the following array of competences: soloists, singers, vocal and instrumental artists in chamber ensembles or orchestras, accompanist pianists, instrument teachers, canto teachers, producers and editors for musical shows, musical reviewers for libraries and publishers, sound engineers and producers for recording studios.
Masters Program – Musical Performance – (4 semesters, 120 study credits, full-time) certified in 2007, it represents the 2nd stage for advanced studies and contains 2 study modules:
- instrumental performance
- vocal performance
The masters courses are selected and adjusted so they are synchronized with education recieved in the bachelor studies, in order to help the devlopment of the student and to ensure a broad understanding of the field of study, while also opening the path for further doctoral studies. The courses will cover advanced theoretical and the practical aspects of musical education while also providing options for more advanced research.
Masters Program – Musical Education – (4 semesters, 120 study credits, full-time) is a professional masters program aimed at offering the student a deeper understanding of the concepts studied in the bachelor program and a broader vision of music as a whole. It is focused both on fundamental aspects as well as research in order to enable a student to follow further doctoral studies.
The program contains 2 modules:
- classical music education
- religious byzantine music
and is aimed at music students interested in following the above mentioned paths.
Masters Program – Musicology, composition and conducting – (4 semesters, 120 study credits, full-time) is a specialized masters program, aimed to offer advanced study opportunities for students that follow the research domains above mentioned. The program operates with deeper musical concepts, seeks a interdisciplinary view on music and targets synthesis, research and creation through an array of dedicated projects.