Music is a creative tool of the imagination, is entertainment, and much more.

The course will deal with the importance of music in everyday life, especially how music effects society (from a human and economic point of view) and the value it holds with the human population and its wellbeing. Students will advance their listening skills, for better understand of what music actually means.

This course will provide students with the main elements of music and the primary musical periods of traditional  European music, especially Middle Ages, Rainassaince and Opera invention. To this traditional and folk introduction will follow a contemporary music overview, including electronic and synthentic sounds.

Students can then apply for a practical course in Sound Design.


Extra 90 euros will be charged for registration and member card.
Individual courses will be charged a +20% on the regular fees.