The basis of our World Music specialisation is the student’s own traditional music, linking it to music from other parts of the world. World Music is suited to performing musicians and music educators who wish to build bridges across cultures and explore their own stylistic repertoires. The theoretical component focuses on existing theories, methods and interpretations within traditional folk music, and encourages independent work with the relevant methodological tools of artistic research.
The students taking the World Music specialisation can take part in the research group within the faculty’s Popular Music Research Unit (PMRU).
Application deadline: 15 December