We lay the foundations for a successful future
During their Intermediate studies, students acquire the necessary preparation and orientation to continue their studies for a higher degree.
They will acquire the skills, techniques and theoretical knowledge necessary to tackle a progressively more demanding repertoire in the instrument of their speciality.
Intermediate studies develop in students the abilities that allow them to appreciate and enjoy music as a means of cultural expression, knowing and using the specific vocabulary, promoting the formation of aesthetic criteria and artistic sensitivity, as well as a progressive autonomy that allows them to perform and express themselves in a well-founded way both in individual practice and as part of different instrumental groups.
Instruments included in the program: harp, singing, clarinet, double bass, bassoon, flute, recorder, guitar, oboe, piano, saxophone, horn, viola, violin, cello and organ.
Syllabus and Schedule
The intermediate program consists of 6 academic years:
- The program is part of the artistic education regulated by the LOE, which stipulates that this education is organised into a six-year degree course. The training of the future music professional must be based, throughout the six years, on the study of the instrumental speciality, which acts as the backbone of the curriculum.
- The payment of each monthly payment must be made within the first 15 days of the corresponding month, for those students who wish to pay quarterly or annually.