Code of curriculum 118677
Curriculum name in Estonian Muusika interpretatsioon
Curriculum name in English Classical Music Performance
Curriculum level master's studies
Curriculum volume in credits 120 ECTS
Nominal duration of studies in years 2 years
Form(s) of study regular studies
Curriculum Group arts
Language(s) of instruction english
Date of entry in the MER register 20.12.2012
Date of approval (amendment) by the EAMT Senate 21.11.2012, 18.03.2015, 15.04.2020, 21.04.2021
The right to conduct education
The study programme is included in the study programme group of Music and Theatre Arts and the studies may be conducted according to Government of the Republic Regulation No. 62 of 11.07.2019 "Standard of Higher Education", appendix 3
Terms and conditions of admission
- access requirement(s)
Bakalaureusekraad (Bachelor´s degree), rakenduskõrgharidusõppe diplom (Diploma of Professional Higher Education) or a corresponding qualification.
- entrance exams
Entrance examination: main study examination/audition
Curriculum objectives
The goals of the programme are:
- provide students, who have completed the first cycle of higher education, with an education of a high international standard in the field of classical music performance, responding to the requirements of contemporary musical life and directed to the development of creativity; completing the curriculum creates opportunities for employment in the profession or for Doctoral studies;
- support an open social and cultural learning environment that assists in mastering and applying the knowledge and skills both related to the field of specialisation and to other subjects described in the curriculum;
- create conditions for developing human self-reflection and a holistic understanding of the world;
- develop communicative competence, sense of responsibility, leadership and collaboration skills of the students.
Learning outcomes of the curriculum
Upon completing the curriculum, the student will be able to:
1. Perform music and realize his or her creative ideas at a level adequate for a professional musician;
2. Recognize and resolve issues related to the main study: adapt to various performance situations and perform in different ensemble settings, taking on leadership if needed, and/or demonstrate proficiency in the main instrument, improvisation, various styles and repertory; apply technical skills in ensemble both as participating musician and ensemble leader;
3. Display readiness for independent work in the field of specialisation, including working in an international framework, exhibiting initiative, responsibility, leadership and teamwork abilities;
4. Teach, instruct, and transmit knowledge in a competent manner;
5. Demonstrate knowledge of a field related to music or cultural industries;
6. Creatively integrate and apply the knowledge, skills and experience obtained in independent professional activity;
7. Communicate and justify various issues, conclusions and the underlying theories related to music in his/her own language and at least one foreign language in an oral or written format, and participate in relevant discussions with experts or non-professionals;
8. Effectively participate in teamwork both at work and in everyday life, display social responsibility and exhibit tolerance for different attitudes and values;
9. Take proper decisions in ethically complicated situations, demonstrate awareness of moral and ethical aspects, as well as the possibilities, limitations and wider consequences of one's professional activity, and provide reasoned opinions on issues related to music and culture;
10. Evaluate critically the knowledge and skills obtained, continue further with professional training and develop one's understanding of both music and culture in general.
Short description of the curriculum
The curriculum consists of the following parts:
A Main Study, 30 ECTS
B Supplementary practical studies 35-40 ECTS
Chamber Music (for instrumentalists)
Orchestra/Choir/Opera studio/Accompaniment class (according to one's specialism)
Other practical studies
C Courses related to music theory, music history, pedagogy and general academic studies, 30-35 ECTS
Free elective courses, 5 ECTS
D Master's degree examination, 15 ECTS
Curriculum options
Module A is mandatory for all students.
From among the subjects of module B, the student will complete 35-40 ECTS. From module C, the student will complete 30-35 ECTS.
Freely chosen courses, amounting to 5 credits, can be chosen either from the EAMT Subject Catalogue or from other higher education institutions. Module D is mandatory.
Graduation requirements (thesis, exams)
The curriculum will be completed by obtaining 105 credits for subject studies and 15 credits for the Master's degree examination.
- diploma
Master's Diploma, Diploma Supplement
- obtained degree
kunstide magister /Master of Arts/
Unit(s) responsible for the curriculum
Muusika interpretatsiooni osakond
Access to future study
Doctoral Program
Level of qualification
Second level of higher education, Estonian Qualifications Framework Level 7, European Qualifications Framework Level 7
Professional status
The right to work in a post requiring a Master's Degree or equivalent qualification.
Curriculum specialisations
Major: Classical Music Performans 120 ECTS credits
Specialisation:
KL13 Piano
KS13 Harpsichord
OR13 Organ
AK13 Accordion
KP13 Strings (Violin)
KP23 Strings (Viola)
KP33 Strings (Cello)
KP43 Strings (Double Bass)
KP53 Strings (Harp)
KP63 Strings (Classical Guitar)
KP73 Strings (Kannel)
PP03 Brass and Woodwind (Tuba)
PP04 Brass and Woodwind (Euphonium)
PP13 Brass and Woodwind (Flute)
PP33 Brass and Woodwind (Oboe)
PP43 Brass and Woodwind (Clarinet)
PP53 Brass and Woodwind (Bassoon)
PP63 Brass and Woodwind (Saxophone)
PP73 Brass and Woodwind (French Horn)
PP83 Brass and Woodwind (Trumpet)
PP93 Brass and Woodwind (Trombone)
LP13 Percussion
LA13 Vocal
LA14 Oratorio and Ensemble Singing
KD13 Choral Conducting
OD13 Orchestral Conducting
PD13 Wind Orchestral Conducting
SA13 Accompaniment Class
KA13 Chamber Ensemble
VM13 Early Music Performance
Curriculum structure and subjects

MA MAIN STUDY

[MA01] Specialization module (for majors in music performance)

Objective of the module: The aim of the module is to guide the student in developing the artistic and technical skills, and creative initiative that characterize professional musicianship as performer and accompanist/ensemble musician, able to perform repertory of highest level of difficulty and participate in various ensembles and settings.

Learning outcomes of the module. Upon completing the module, the student will be able to:
1. Perform repertory of different periods and styles, and realize creative ideas with artistic maturity and technical fluency;
2. Demonstrate proficiency of technical skills specific to the field of study;
3. Display a sense and understanding of different styles and apply the appropriate articulation, phrasing, dynamics etc;
4. Perceive musical structure and communicate the emotional and artistic content of the work;
5. Handle various problems and issues that emerge in the course of working in different settings, such as master classes, orchestral or ensemble rehearsals, and take on leadership if necessary;
6. Apply the obtained knowledge, skills and experience independently in one's musical activity;
7. Assess critically one's level of proficiency and take steps to improve if needed, both in music and in the wider field of cultural knowledge;
8. Verbalize, analyze and resolve various issues related to one's repertory;
9. Teach, instruct, and transmit information, competence and professionalism.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
MIX001-1/2024Main Studies10 ECTSE
MIX001-2/2024Main Studies10 ECTSE
MIX001-3/2024Main Studies10 ECTSE

MB SUPPLEMENTARY PRACTICAL STUDIES RELATED TO THE SPECIALISATION

[MB01] Chamber music (for majors in Music Performance)

Objective of the module: The aim of the module is to
- Bring the chmaber music skills of the student to a professional standard;
- Prepare the student for independent career as ensemblist and accompanist;
- Develop self-analysis and self-criticism, and the ability to learn from others.


Upon completing the module, the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an advanced level of knowledge and skills for the development and realization of one's musical and creative potential;
2. Perform on a high level of proficieny and convincing capacity on the main instrument;
3. Perceive partners musical intentions and react appropriately and creatively, instruct other students if needed, and respect the principles of teamwork.
4. Analyze musical texture.
5. Display good command of sound quality and muscle reactions.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
KAX208-1/2024Chamber Music4 ECTSA
KAX208-2/2024Chamber Music4 ECTSE
KAX208-3/2024Chamber Music4 ECTSA
KAX208-4/2024Chamber Music4 ECTSE
KAX209-1/2024Chamber Music Studio4 ECTSA
KAX209-2/2024Chamber Music Studio4 ECTSE
VMX926-1/2024Early Music Ensemble3 ECTSA
VMX926-2/2024Early Music Ensemble3 ECTSA
VMX926-3/2024Early Music Ensemble3 ECTSA
VMX926-4/2024Early Music Ensemble3 ECTSA
NIX242-1/2024Contemporary Music Ensemble 3 ECTSA
NIX242-2/2024Contemporary Music Ensemble 3 ECTSA
NIX242-3/2024Contemporary Music Ensemble 3 ECTSA
NIX242-4/2024Contemporary Music Ensemble 3 ECTSA
NIX930-1/2024Modern and Experimental Music Studio3 ECTSA
NIX930-2/2024Modern and Experimental Music Studio3 ECTSA
NIX930-3/2024Modern and Experimental Music Studio3 ECTSA
NIX930-4/2024Modern and Experimental Music Studio3 ECTSA
MTM050-1/2024Vocal Solfeggio2 ECTSA
MTM050-2/2024Vocal Solfeggio2 ECTSA

[MB02] Orchestra (for majors in Music Performance)

Objective of the module: Aim of the module: The aim of the module is to develop the orchestral skills of the student and provide a variety of experience in this field.

Upon completing the module, the student will be able to:
1. Perform various repertory, as member of orchestra, with artistic expression and technical fluency;
2. Display ability to correctly follow the part, including tempo, dynamics and articulation;
3. Exhibit respect for orchestral discipline and teamwork;
4. Correctly follow the conductor's and principal's instructions;
5. Demonstrate understanding of the specifics of various orchestral settings;
6. Display good command of the specific tools of orchestral playing versus solo and chamber music performance, and understanding of various orchestral styles;
7. Evaluate one's role and function, both as a member of orchestra and in the wider context of participating in cultural life.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
MIX302-1/2024Orchestral Excerpts and Audition Training2 ECTSA
MIX302-2/2024Orchestral Excerpts and Audition Training2 ECTSE
MIX302-3/2024Orchestral Excerpts and Audition Training2 ECTSA
MIX302-4/2024Orchestral Excerpts and Audition Training2 ECTSE
MIX320-1/2024Symphony Orchestra 4 ECTSA
MIX320-2/2024Symphony Orchestra 4 ECTSA
MIX320-3/2024Symphony Orchestra 4 ECTSA
MIX320-4/2024Symphony Orchestra 4 ECTSA

[MB05] Accompaniment Class (for majors in Classical Music Performance)

Objective of the module: The aim of the module is to develop instrumentalist's perception of voice;
provide a better understanding of music through poetic texts used in various genres of vocal music; enhance dramaturgical thinking in opera music.

Upon completing the module, the student will be able to:
1. Display knowledge of the main vocal music repertory, and the ability to guide the vocalist;
2. Demonstrate good piano technique and various tools used in piano accompaniment;
3. Understand the specifics of working with different voice types;
4. Perform different types and styles of classical music as accompanist without guidance;
5. Demonstrate knowledge of French, German, Italian and Russian pronunciation rules and transcription, and apply them when needed.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
KAX902-1/2024Accompaniment 4 ECTSA
KAX902-2/2024Accompaniment 4 ECTSE
KAX902-3/2024Accompaniment 4 ECTSA
KAX902-4/2024Accompaniment 4 ECTSE
VMX120-1/2024Basso Continuo4 ECTSA
VMX120-2/2024Basso Continuo4 ECTSE
VMX120-3/2024Basso Continuo4 ECTSA
VMX120-4/2024Basso Continuo4 ECTSE
KAX813-1/2024Collaboration with Pianist2 ECTSA
KAX813-2/2024Collaboration with Pianist2 ECTSA
KAX813-3/2024Collaboration with Pianist2 ECTSA
KAX813-4/2024Collaboration with Pianist2 ECTSA
ÜAK410-1/2024Italian I3 ECTSA
ÜAK410-2/2024Italian I3 ECTSE
ÜAK730/2024French Pronunciation Course2 ECTSA
ÜAK750/2024Russian Phonetics and Transcription2 ECTSA

[MB07] Score reading and analysis (for majors in Classical Music Performance)

Objective of the module: The aim of the module is to develop the skills of orchestral conducting majors of working with orchestra, soloists and choirs.

Upon completing the module, the student will be able to:
1. Fluently read orchestral scores;
2. Demonstrate knowledge of different orchestral styles and the principles of orchestration;
3. Display good command of practical tools for working with various instrumental and vocal settings;
4. Display detailed knowledge of individual instruments of modern symphony orchestra and their use;
5. Demonstrate understanding of the expressive and technical means and tools of voice, and experience in instructing/conducting soloists, vocal ensembles and choirs.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
KOX030/2024Theoretical Knowledge of Orchestral Instruments3 ECTSE
MIX502-1/2024Sight Reading of Non-Transcribed Literature4 ECTSA
MIX502-2/2024Sight Reading of Non-Transcribed Literature4 ECTSE
KOX401-1/2024Orchestration and Orchestral Styles3 ECTSA
KOX401-2/2024Orchestration and Orchestral Styles3 ECTSE
DGX941-1/2024Score Reading2 ECTSA
DGX941-2/2024Score Reading2 ECTSE
DGX941-3/2024Score Reading2 ECTSA
DGX941-4/2024Score Reading2 ECTSE
DGX805-1/2024Orchestration for Wind Ensemble3 ECTSA
DGX805-2/2024Orchestration for Wind Ensemble3 ECTSA
DGX800-1/2024Wind Orchestra Repertoire3 ECTSE
DGX800-2/2024Wind Orchestra Repertoire3 ECTSE
KOX910-1/2024Orchestration3 ECTSA
KOX910-2/2024Orchestration3 ECTSA
MIX502-3/2024Sight Reading of Non-Transcribed Literature4 ECTSA
MIX502-4/2024Sight Reading of Non-Transcribed Literature4 ECTSE

[MB22] Additional practical courses (for majors in Classical Music Performans to the English curriculum)

Objective of the module: The aim of the module is to develop and diversify a number of musical abilities and skills that support the development of a student as a contemporary professional musician (such as creative thinking, an additional musical instrument, vocal skills, improvisation, etc.).

Upon completion of the module, the student will be able to:
1. Realize his or her musical ideas in a professional and convincing manner;
2. Analyse and reproduce, both in oral and written form, various musical structures by listening, without a score;
3. Display basic proficiency on the piano, or on an additional musical instrument if relevant for the given course;
4. Use his or her voice in different registers for performing suitable repertory if relevant for the given course;
5. Perform a short solo improvisation and improvise in an ensemble with other students if relevant for the given course;
6. Describe the relations between his or her specialty and other related academic fields.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
MTX940/2024Seminar on Music Psychology3 ECTSA
VMX600/2024Historic Dance4 ECTSA
VMX300/2024Ornamentation and Impovisation in Early Music3 ECTSA
VMX310/2024Seminar on Early Music Performance Issues3 ECTSA
LAX925-1/2024A cappella Vocal Ensemble3 ECTSA
LAX925-2/2024A cappella Vocal Ensemble3 ECTSA
LAX925-3/2024A cappella Vocal Ensemble3 ECTSA
IND401-1/2024Practical Work2 ECTSA
IND401-2/2024Practical Work2 ECTSA
IND401-3/2024Practical Work2 ECTSA
IND401-4/2024Practical Work2 ECTSA
DGX901-1/2024Basic Elements of Orchestral Conducting 2 ECTSA
DGX901-2/2024Basic Elements of Orchestral Conducting 2 ECTSA
DGX901-3/2024Basic Elements of Orchestral Conducting 2 ECTSA
DGX901-4/2024Basic Elements of Orchestral Conducting 2 ECTSA
DGX707-1/2024Conducting 2 ECTSA
DGX707-2/2024Conducting 2 ECTSA
DGX707-3/2024Conducting 2 ECTSA
DGX707-4/2024Conducting 2 ECTSA
JMX220-1/2024Additional Instrument 2 ECTSA
JMX220-2/2024Additional Instrument 2 ECTSA
JMX220-3/2024Additional Instrument 2 ECTSA
JMX220-4/2024Additional Instrument 2 ECTSA
KAX241-1/2024Orchestra Practice2 ECTSA
KAX241-2/2024Orchestra Practice2 ECTSA
KAX950-1/2024Main Instrument4 ECTSA
KAX950-2/2024Main Instrument4 ECTSE
KAX950-3/2024Main Instrument4 ECTSA
KAX950-4/2024Main Instrument4 ECTSE
KLX120-1/2024Chorale Playing and Improvisation4 ECTSA
KLX120-2/2024Chorale Playing and Improvisation4 ECTSE
KOX805-1/2024Composition 2 ECTSA
KOX805-2/2024Composition 2 ECTSA
KOX805-3/2024Composition 2 ECTSA
KOX805-4/2024Composition 2 ECTSA
LAX913-1/2024Survey of the Styles of Chamber Song 2 ECTSA
LAX913-2/2024Survey of the Styles of Chamber Song 2 ECTSA
LAX913-3/2024Survey of the Styles of Chamber Song 2 ECTSA
LAX920-1/2024Vocal Ensemble II2 ECTSA
LAX920-2/2024Vocal Ensemble II2 ECTSE
LAX920-3/2024Vocal Ensemble II2 ECTSA
LAX920-4/2024Vocal Ensemble II2 ECTSE
MIX201-1/2024Additional Instrument 2 ECTSA
MIX201-2/2024Additional Instrument 2 ECTSA
MIX201-3/2024Additional Instrument 2 ECTSA
MIX201-4/2024Additional Instrument 2 ECTSA
NIX950-1/2024Improvisation2 ECTSA
NIX950-2/2024Improvisation2 ECTSA
NIX950-3/2024Improvisation2 ECTSA
NIX950-4/2024Improvisation2 ECTSA
VMX202-1/2024Additional Instrument2 ECTSA
VMX202-2/2024Additional Instrument2 ECTSA
VMX202-3/2024Additional Instrument2 ECTSA
VMX202-4/2024Additional Instrument2 ECTSA
IND402-1/2024Practical Creative Work5 ECTSA
IND402-2/2024Practical Creative Work5 ECTSA

[MB03] Choir (for majors in Classical Music Performance)

Objective of the module: The aim of the module is to develop choral skills of the students and provide them with experience of working with different conductors and varying repertory.
Upon completing the module, the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate professional skills as choir singer and ensemblist;
2. Display knowledge of choir specifics and principles of choral teamwork;
3. Understand and work with choral scores;
4. Follow the conductor's instructions appropriately;
5. Display respect for choral discipline and other singers.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
DGX211-1/2024Choir4 ECTSA
DGX211-2/2024Choir4 ECTSA
DGX211-3/2024Choir4 ECTSA
DGX211-4/2024Choir4 ECTSA
DGX209-1/2024Choir2 ECTSA
DGX209-2/2024Choir2 ECTSA
DGX209-3/2024Choir2 ECTSA
DGX209-4/2024Choir2 ECTSA

[MB04] Opera Studio (for majors in Classical Music Performance)

Objective of the module: The aim of the module is to prepare future opera soloists and provide them with necessary practical guidance and skills; provide an overview, during 4 semesters, of Romantic and 20th century opera; train the student in stage movement and dance.
Upon completing the module, the student will be able to:
1. Prepare and work out roles in full-scale operas, operettas and musicals;
2. Follow correctly the instructions of the conductor and stage director, participate successfully in teamwork with other singers and respect work discipline;
3. Demonstrate vocal skills, express appropriately the plot and libretto, and display good diction;
4. Display sufficient body awareness and obtain self-confidence for learning different dance styles if needed;
5. Evaluate one's role and function, both as a member of the opera team and in the wider context of participating in cultural life.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
LAO211-1/2024Opera Class 4 ECTSA
LAO211-2/2024Opera Class 4 ECTSE
LAO211-3/2024Opera Class 4 ECTSA
LAO211-4/2024Opera Class 4 ECTSE
LAO635-1/2024Body Health2 ECTSA
LAO631-2/2024Contemporary Choreography2 ECTSE
LAO635-2/2024Body Health2 ECTSA
LAO631-1/2024Contemporary Choreography2 ECTSA
LAO624-1/2024Classicism and Romanticism in Choreography II2 ECTSA
LAO624-2/2024Classicism and Romanticism in Choreography II2 ECTSE

MC COURSES RELATED TO MUSIC THEORY, MUSIC HISTORY, PEDAGOGY AND GENERAL STUDIESMUSIC THEORY, MUSIC HISTORY, PEDAGOGY AND GENERAL STUDIES

[MC06] Courses Related to Music Theory, Music History, Pedagogy and General Studies (Electuive modul for English-language curricula)

Objective of the module: The aim of the module is to broaden the horizons of the student in thinking and writing about music, develop verbal and writing skills, the ability to formulate issues pertaining to the student's field of specialisation and identify appropriate methods for resolve them, provide the students with basic knowledge of the environment of cultural industries, as well as develop practical skills for independent creative work in market economy conditions.

Upon completion of the module, the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of writing research papers, using databases and finding required information;
2. Demonstrate basic knowledge of managing cultural projects and the different types of such projects, prepare a project description and display familiarity with the field of cultural industries;
3. Communicate his or her knowledge and skills in the specialty in a competent manner, using modern teaching methods;
4. Participate in teamwork.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
MTX332/2024Estonian Music3 ECTSE
MTX912/2024Final Research Paper10 ECTSE
ÜAK628/2024Estonian Language Continuation Course3 ECTSA
MTX867/2024Sonata and Concerto Forms in 19th and Early 20th Century Music3 ECTSA
MTX868/2024Seminar in Analysis of Contemporary Music3 ECTSA
MTX802/2024Gender Roles in Popular Music3 ECTSA
MTX772-1/2024Musicology Special Seminars 2 ECTSA
MTX772-2/2024Musicology Special Seminars 2 ECTSA
MTX772-3/2024Musicology Special Seminars 2 ECTSA
MTX772-4/2024Musicology Special Seminars 2 ECTSA
MTX722/2024Auditory Psychology and Acoustics 3 ECTSE
KOE826/2024Western Microtonal Music of the 20th Century3 ECTSE
KOE860/2024Introduction to the Analysis of Electroacoustic Music3 ECTSE
MTX231/2024Applied Reflective Methods for Artistic Research3 ECTSA
MTX355/2024Histories of Chamber Music3 ECTSA
MTX435/2024Music in Film3 ECTSA
MTX711/2024Hymnology3 ECTSA
MTX815/2024Introduction to the Analysis of Post-Tonal Music2 ECTSE
MTX301/2024History of Early Music3 ECTSE
MTX311/2024History of Music in the 17.-18th Century3 ECTSE
MTX337/2024Music in the 19th and 20th Centuries5 ECTSE

[MC09] Basic Entrepreneurial Skills (Electuive modul for English-language curricula)

Objective of the module: The aim of the module is to provide the students with basic knowledge of cultural entrepreneurship and the environment of cultural economy and finance, as well as develop practical skills for effective creative work in market economy conditions.
Upon completion of the module, the student will be able to:
1. Display basic knowledge of the foundations of Estonian cultural politics, contract law and intellectual property;
2. Demonstrate understanding of how cultural projects are financed, conducted and regulated, and various juridical possibilities for creative work;
3. Write projects and display knowledge of cultural legislation;
4. Effectively participate in team work;
5. Demonstrate detailed knowledge and understanding of a chosen field of cultural entrepreneurship, for example marketing, author's rights, or project
management; and successfully discuss its issues in both verbal and written form.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
MAG912/2024Final Thesis of Cultural Entrepreneurship10 ECTSE
MAG352/2024MAPSI e-course3 ECTSA
MAG500/2024Career Planning4 ECTSA
MAG502/2024Practical Workshop3 ECTSA
MAG225/2024Musician’s Profile3 ECTSA
MAG215/2024Concert Production Seminar3 ECTSA

[MC11] Pedagogy and General Studies (for English-language curricula)

Objective of the module: The aim of the module is to broaden the horizons of the student in thinking and writing about music, develop verbal and writing skills, to develop pedagogical skills of the student.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
MTX255/2024Fundamentals of Methods of Research5 ECTSA
KMX602/2024Seminar on Music Education3 ECTSA
ÜAX600-1/2024Physical Culture2 ECTSA
ÜAX600-2/2024Physical Culture2 ECTSA
ÜAX600-3/2024Physical Culture2 ECTSA
ÜAX600-4/2024Physical Culture2 ECTSA
ÜAX006/2024Philosophy Seminar3 ECTSE
PEX907-1/2024Pedagogical Practice II3 ECTSA
PEX907-2/2024Pedagogical Practice II3 ECTSA
PEX906-1/2024Pedagogical Practice 3 ECTSA
PEX906-2/2024Pedagogical Practice 3 ECTSA
PEX906-3/2024Pedagogical Practice 3 ECTSA
PEX906-4/2024Pedagogical Practice 3 ECTSE
NIX600-1/2024Free Improvisation History3 ECTSA
NIX600-2/2024Free Improvisation History3 ECTSA
MTX830/2024Journey into the Text3 ECTSA

[MC10] Recital Project

Objective of the module: The aim of the module is to offer students an opportunity to develop their artistry as a well-rounded performer and to give them experience in administrative tasks essential to developing a career as a musician.
The recital project will give students necessary skills for a sustainable career as a musician, training them in aspects of performance as well as IT and arts administration.
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
MAG352/2024MAPSI e-course3 ECTSA
MAG500/2024Career Planning4 ECTSA
MIX912/2024Lecture Recital10 ECTSE
MTX231/2024Applied Reflective Methods for Artistic Research3 ECTSA
MTX332/2024Estonian Music3 ECTSE
MTX867/2024Sonata and Concerto Forms in 19th and Early 20th Century Music3 ECTSA
MTX868/2024Seminar in Analysis of Contemporary Music3 ECTSA
ÜAX412/2024Basic Elements of Dramatic Art2 ECTSA
MTX830/2024Journey into the Text3 ECTSA

MD MASTER'S DEGREE EXAMINATION/MASTER´S THESES

[MD01] Master´s Exam (for majors in musisc performance)

Objective of the module: Learning outcomes of the module. Upon completion of the module the student will be able to:
1. Perform master's recital program with artistic expression and technical fluency;
2. Display creativity and maturity of performance;
3. Demonstrate good sense of style and apply specific stylistic tools and means of expression in different works;
4. Display good stage etiquette;
5. Evaluate properly the musical and technical level of choir, conduct a choir rehearsal, demonstrate communication skills and understanding of teaching methods (relevant for majors in choral conducting).
Subject code Subject name ECTS Grading type
MIX011/2024Master´s Degree Examination15 ECTSN

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