University Master Second Level
The University Master’s program seeks to train professional musicians, curators of liturgical music and music students who are aiming at a qualification in the liturgical field and who care for the musical art (historical – musicological – analytical – theological).
This Master will provide an in-depth study of the specific competence of musicians (singers, instrumentalists, choir conductors, organists, master of ceremonies, concert programmers, musicology scholars, art teachers) aimed at understanding and analyzing the “liturgical ministry” of music with a knowledge that allows one to perform professionally, with competence and dignity, the treasures of sacred music.
Liturgical Music requires the knowledge of liturgical language, of the liturgical ministry entrusted to musicians, of liturgical musical forms, of the history of sacred music, of sources, of styles.
Those who can therefore access the Master’s degree include:
- Music graduates / graduates
- Organists, Chapel masters, conductors, instrumentalists, choristers
- Diplomats in history, musicology, art
- Graduates in Sacred Liturgy
- Graduates in Sacred Music
- Heads of the sacred music sections of the dioceses
- Music teachers
- Curators of music
– Educational structuring
The Master in “Liturgical Music” is structured in two years, neither of which are propaedeutic. Each year is composed of modules and conferences.
In addition to the entire two-year period, it is also possible to enroll in a single year or a single module.
Lessons take place on Thursday, from 3.00pm to 6.00pm (corresponding to 4 academic hours), at the headquarters of the Pontifical University Sant’Anselmo.
Participants will earn:
- the certificate of attendance for one or more individual modules;
- the certificate of attendance for each year;
- the qualification diploma for the entire two-year period.
Any further information is contained in the General Guide, which can be downloaded from the website www.anselmianum.com or, by clicking here, only the part relating to the Master in Liturgical Music