Piano Department

The Department has highly experienced teachers who, in addition to weekly individual classes, teach group classes such as the Seminar.

About the Piano Department

The Piano Department has highly experienced teachers who, in addition to weekly individual classes, teach group classes such as the Seminar. Chamber music classes, music for two pianos and accompaniment are part of the specialty's curriculum, important as is experience in other instrument skills. During the course, students perform in concerts and participate in master classes offered by internationally famous guest artists.

Learning outcomes

  • Demonstrate a high level of proficiency in piano performance.
  • 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 piano performance.

About Piano Performance at CMPR

The Piano program at CMPR has a highly experienced faculty who guide students throughout their years of study. Students receive personal attention with at least a one-hour individual lesson weekly and participation in a weekly seminar class. In addition, students perform frequently in an array of settings (recitals, masterclasses, concerts), and collaborate with peers and faculty coaches in chamber music.

Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate high level competence in piano performance.
  • Demonstrate comprehensive capabilities in 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 piano 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 piano performance.

Programs

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

Graduate Diploma in Piano Performance

Master of Music in Performance with a specialty in Piano

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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