In your Master of Vocal Music you will have to decide, whether you want to teach vocals, or become a practical singer. While the former degree course includes seminars and lectures in pedagogy, teaching, didactics, and learning theory, the latter leaves more room for your personal interests in different music genres. Choose between folklore music, contemporary music, musical chants, pop, jazz or classics.
Further contents that belong to your curriculum in either programme are performance, the marketing of yourself, and how to best sell yourself in front of audiences. Some universities include opera chanting in the Master of Vocal Music; however, not all of them.
The Masters degree in Vocal Music opens up a career in concerts, opera, choirs, vocal teaching, teaching of music, and academics in the relevant field of interest. Naturally, your individual career depends on your personal interests, your experience, and your study choice. In any way, a Master of Chant gives you a variety of job prospects.
Your Master of Music in Vocal Music will be entitled to you, if you successfully complete an average of two study years. However, how can you get a spot at a university, offering this postgraduate course? Certainly, you have to hold an undergraduate degree (Bachelors or equivalent) in the fine arts, preferably in a subject related to music. Moreover, most universities use a system of personal interviewing and may even request professional or practical experience or another preceding vocal degree. Choose a university from below and contact them directly to learn about their application process.