COMPETENCIES

COMPETENCIES ACQUIRED IN THE DEGREE

 

SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES 

 CE-1

The student must have the capacity to relate their practical and theoretical studies in order to strengthen their own artistic development.

 CE-2

Possess criteria for interpretation based on a critical and analytical vision of the repertoire they are interpreting in the different programs.

 CE-3

Possess specific interpretive criteria grounded in the theoretical understanding acquired within their area of specialty.

 CE-4

To know specialized repertoire and to be able to develop individual and/or collective work on their chosen specialty instrument.

 CE-5

To express themselves musically on their instrument in a manner grounded in the understanding an dominion of the instrumental and corporal technique in the various styles in their area of specialty.

 CE-6

Possess the ability to read and improvise in order to improve different interpretive aspects of their playing

 CE-7

Be able to apply their understanding of musical elements in common and patterns of musical organization to express their own artistic concepts.

 CE-8

Be able to develop, present, and demonstrate in interpreting public programs which are coherent and of a high level in their area of specialty.

 CE-9

To be able to use and apply musical technology in the performance area of their research.

 CE-10

 

Be able to count on their own resources in orchestral work and of other ensembles with a good capacity for sight reading, the ability to absorb the indications of the musical direction and ability to be integrated into the ensemble.

          GENERAL COMPETENCIES

 CG-1

Possess the capacities, information and artistic, musical comprehension to make innovative suggestions in interpretative projects.

 CG-2

 

Be able to apply his/her abilities, knowledge and artistic comprehension in resolving problems, in new or unknown situations and in multidisciplinary contexts in their related field of study.

 CG-3

 

Demonstrate the capacity to integrate knowledge in practical and/or creative areas possessing the capacity for self-evaluation and assuming responsibility for his/her future artistic engagements.

 CG-4

Knowledge of pedagogical resources and the communication necessary for teaching interpretation on their instrument at the graduate level.

 CG-5

 

Possess tools for learning and for self motivation,  to have practical and creative abilities in order to be consistent in their studies and in their independent, autonomous work

 CG-6

 

To connect their own musical activity to other disciplines of scientific and humanistic thinking to the general arts and to other disciplines of study, especially music enriching their own disciplines with a multi – disciplinary dimension.

 CG-7

Acquiring resources for memorization.

 CG-8

 

Demonstrating the capacity to work and interact musically in different kinds of musical interpretive projects from duo to the larger ensembles, within the role of soloist, building the capacity for active listening and a respectful dialogue within the ensemble enriching their profession with a multi – disciplinarian dimension.