Singing Department

Every student in the Singing Department works in individual classes with dedicated and experienced teachers in the development of the vocal instrument.

About Singing Concentration

CMPR Singing major students study under the tutelage of a renowned faculty, with vast experience in voice performance and teaching. Students also gain diverse opportunities to perform on stage through the annual opera workshop production, opera scene programs, art song recitals, chamber music ensembles, zarzuelas, and Broadway musicals. Additionally, these complement their education through language studies (Italian, French and German), body movement lessons, acting lessons and stage presence activities.

Learning outcomes

  • Demonstrate a high level of proficiency in voice performance.
  • Apply foreign languages and appropriate diction skills to the performance of solo and ensemble musical styles and literature.
  • Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the variety of styles of solo and ensemble literature, through performances as a soloist and as a member of musical ensembles.
  • Synthesize the literature of Western music and Puerto Rican music within the framework of their cultural sources and influences.
  • Share critical evaluations of the performance of your peers, based on the corresponding periods and musical styles.
  • Demonstrate leadership and entrepreneurship competencies with regard to professional practices in the field of orchestral instrument performance.

About Voice Performance at PRCM

Voice majors at PRCM study under a renowned faculty with vast experience in performing and teaching voice. Students also have varied opportunities to perform on stage through the annual production of the opera workshop, opera scenes programs, art song recitals, chamber music ensembles, zarzuelas, and Broadway musicals. In addition, students complement their education through language studies (Italian, French and German), body movement lessons, acting lessons, and stage presence activities.

Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate high level competence in voice performance.
  • Apply foreign languages and diction competence appropriate to music styles and literature performance in solo and ensemble settings.
  • Demonstrate comprehensive capabilities about a variety of music styles in solo and ensemble literature through solo performance and in chamber and large ensemble settings.
  • Synthesize both the history and literature of Western music and Puerto Rican music within the framework of its sources and cultural influences.
  • Share critical assessments about voice performance by their peers, based on corresponding music periods and styles.
  • Demonstrate competence in leadership and entrepreneurship in regard to professional practices in the field of voice performance.

Programs

Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance with a concentration in Singing

Graduate Diploma in Singing Performance

Master of Music in Performance with a specialty in Singing

Admission requirements

Admission to the university programs of the Conservatory of Music is based on the audition process and/or admission exam determined by each career.

High school requirements

Requirements for graduated diploma

Requirements for master's degree

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