Early music department
A training and research centre devoted to music from the Middle Ages to the dawn of Romanticism, the Early Music Department provides courses on historical instruments and specialises in historically informed performance, based on research findings. It also provides initial classes and full courses for students from the other Departments.
The department performs numerous group concerts in various formations, from Gregorian chant to early nineteenth-century music.
The main disciplines taught in the department are historical singing, harpsichord, clavichord, fortepiano, maestro al cembalo, lute, Baroque violin, Baroque cello, viola da gamba, recorder, Baroque flute, Baroque oboe, Baroque bassoon, cornett, sackbut and mediaeval music.
TEACHERS AT THE EARLY MUSIC DEPARTMENT
COURSES PROVIDED BY THE EARLY MUSIC DEPARTMENT
Bachelor of Arts in Music: major in Historical Singing
Bachelor of Arts in Music: major in Historical Instruments
Master of Arts in Music Pedagogy: major in Instrumental / Vocal Teaching
Master of Arts in Music Performance: major in Concert
Master of Arts in Music Performance: major in Maestro al Cembalo
Master of Arts in Specialised Music Performance: major in Mediaeval Music
Master of Arts in Specialised Music Performance: major in Practice of historical instruments
Master of Arts in in Specialised Music Performance: Soloist major