Program Details

Students are free to select from a variety of courses that are designed to cover a broad spectrum of creative interests and introduce the aesthetics behind the raisons d’etre of 20th century music. We recommend that students select a minimum of two Core
Location:
Paros, Greece
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Fall Semester, Spring Semester, Summer

Program Overview

Program Description:
Paros International Creative Music Program is a study abroad program of studies for second, third and fourth year undergraduate students of music specialising in composition or with an interest in creating music and contemporary (classical) music and musicology, who are looking for an opportunity to enhance their future postgraduate study and career prospects by experiencing a semester/year of study and living abroad, on the island of Paros, Greece, a very popular holiday destination

Students are free to select from a variety of courses that are designed to cover a broad spectrum of creative interests and introduce the aesthetics behind the raisons d’etre of 20th century music. We recommend that students select a minimum of two Core 3 credit and three Supplementary 2 credit courses, or one Core and four Supplementary courses (12 Credits in total) per semester to suit their own interests and pace of creativity, at a reduced combined price for full program, that includes all tuition and accommodation fees, inter-island travel to either Syros or Delos islands for our semester break excursion and some complementary dinners.

What is included: Tuition, Housing and Internet service.
Setting Description:
Classes that can be taken there are: Art for Musicians / Music for Artists (3 credits) Music for Artists is an interdisciplinary course offering a thorough survey of the most important artistic currents and trends of the 20th century as they were almost simultaneously developed and expressed throughout a variety of art-forms, (fine art, music, literature, sculpture). By examining key 20th century musical works in juxtaposition with their ‘corresponding’ movements in other disciplines this course will broaden and consolidate your understanding of contemporary music and the arts with a particular focus on the rethinking of your work in relation to the most important theoretico-philosophical concepts at play discussed in class. Unravelling New Music (2 credits) Unravelling New Music puts some pioneering works of the 20th century under the microscope in order to examine the changing compositional techniques and strategies in the music and at the same time introduce some ke
Cost:
$ 5,600- $ 11,830

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