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301 Master Programs in Performing Arts Music 2024



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Master Programs in Performing Arts Music

From composition to music technology, performance to academia, broadcasting to theory and critical publications, a Master in Music has a number of practical career applications. Best suited to graduates from an undergraduate program in music or a closely related subject, and Master in Music programs are an option for recent Bachelors grads or working professionals seeking an added competitive edge to their list of credentials. Master in Music programs consist of research seminars, lectures, workshops and talks, and also often culminate with a thesis project.

Lasting one to two years when studying on a full time basis, a Master in Music can also be studied part time or online, sometimes in a distance learning scenario, where students may be requested to visit the campus from time to time for special events or to meet with professors. Depending on the area of concentration and the specific interests of the student, Master of Music programs can vary widely in their academic content. Universities and academic institutions in Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Macau, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and the USA, among others, offer Master of Music programs.

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