Performing artist option
This option aims to develop the autonomy and individuality of young instrumentalists or singers in order to accompany them in the development of a professional artistic project and allowing them to continue their studies at the master’s level.
The focus on performance is demonstrated through a wide variety of opportunities in both recognised venues and more unique settings. These artistic simulations take various forms: solo, chamber music, orchestra, opera production, amplified music concert, festival, studio recording, transdisciplinary shows and performances. Students are also invited to participate in performances where dancers, musicians and visual artists collaborate.
Modules and workshops allow students to master the tools necessary for the dissemination of their art: communication and mediation techniques, cultural management, recording techniques, etc.
Specialisations offered for this option
Violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba, guitar, piano, piano accompaniment, harp, organ, harpsichord, percussion, saxophone, vocals.
All instruments and vocals.