NB: A knowledge of Swedish is a general eligibility requirement in Sweden for studies at post-secondary level.
This profile is intended for practitioners of folk music from non-Swedish cultures or of non-western art music.
There is a shortage of trained teachers in these fields, and so the profile enables you to work on a wide front in the musical community.
Studies can mean both deeper exploration of your own music tradition and a broadening of your interest to include western musical traditions. You will encounter a rich and stimulating folk music environment including both Swedish and foreign folk music/art music traditions.
Studies include Main instrument, Ensemble playing, Arranging, Concert practice, Stage training, Ensemble conducting, Main instrument methodology, Ensemble methodology, Final in-service training, Pedagogy, and Independent pedagogic assignment.
Additional subsidiary subjects are: Piano, Voice, Music technology, Movement and body conciousness, Music theory, Music history, plus Elective courses.
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Updated: 2013-01-07 | Claes Nordling