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Master of Arts in Music Pedagogy

Nurturing independently-minded artist-educators

Classical Music

The aim of the Master of Arts in Music Pedagogy programme offered by the Academy of Music is to nurture and produce independently-minded artist-educators. Students learn to relate artistic and teaching practices in a meaningful and appropriate way. At the same time, the programme nurtures the students’ own musical practice and further development as an artist, while providing them with intensive hands-on educational training.

Instrumental/Vocal Major

Training the instrument and singing teachers of tomorrow

to Instrumental/Vocal Major

Music theory MA

Training the music theorists of tomorrow

to Music theory MA

Early Music

The Master of Arts in Music Pedagogy programme offered by the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis focuses on two core areas: instrumental proficiency and historical performance practice, and practical teacher training. The programme aims to nurture and produce independently-minded artist-educators who are able to engage with Early Music in a reflective way.

Early music instrument /voice

Historically-informed study of music pedagogy

to Early music instrument /voice

Jazz

The Master of Arts in Music Pedagogy with a Jazz major enables students to develop a fully-fledged independent artistic identity and hone their ability to share their jazz knowledge and expertise with passion and enthusiasm. The programme focuses on advancing the students’ instrumental/vocal and artistic development and equipping them with the skills needed to manage challenging projects and the creative process independently. Students also acquire contextual knowledge and hands-on practical teacher training that will enable them to share their jazz expertise with empathy and enthusiasm and to teach at any level.

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