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The purpose of the Classical Music Performance vocal education is to provide the students with the artistic skills and comprehension of music based on the mastery of the instrument. Vocal Arts main subject studies aim at giving you a professional-level ability in vocal skills, artistic capability and musical understanding. Music and drama studies are a part of the education on all levels.

In a nutshell

  • Target degree: bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music, master’s degree in music
  • Scope of the degree: BA + MA 180 + 150 study credits (3 yrs. + 2.5 yrs.), master’s degree 150 study credits (2.5 yrs.)
  • Field of art: Music
  • Organiser: The Sibelius Academy
  • Next time to apply: January 2019
  • Studies begin: at the start of the academic year in August

Person responsible for the degree programme: Department head Sirkka Parviainen

Vocal Arts main subject studies aim at giving you a professional-level ability in vocal skills, artistic capability and musical understanding. Music and drama studies are a part of the education on all levels. You will have the opportunity to participate immediately in concerts arranged in the Helsinki Music Centre’s concert halls, the Sibelius Academy’s own premises and in the metropolitan area churches. All students are given the opportunity for international networking through student exchange and different types of travel and collaboration projects as soon they begin their studies.

The entrance examination will assess applicants’ educability and suitability for the profession. An important criterion for an applicant’s educability is the quality of his or her voice and suitability for a career as a performing artist.

The Sibelius Academy’s vocal teachers are among the most eminent in the world and many are renowned performing artists. Exchange programmes and master classes regularly introduce international instructors to the programme. In the past, internationally renowned singers from Finland have served as professor of vocal music at the academy, including Monica Groop, Jorma Hynninen, Petteri Salomaa, Seppo Ruohonen and Jaakko Ryhänen. Soprano Soile Isokoski visited the academy as the professor of vocal music in 2015–2016. Vocal music students have also been taught by such established artists as Tom Krause and Karita Mattila.

 

Professors

Lehtinen Markus, oppera
Salomaa Petteri,vocal art

 

Visiting professor

Isokoski Soile

 

Lecturers

Attila Kristian, opera coaching
Djupsjöbacka Gustav, lied, accompagniment
Hansen Collin, lied, accompagniment
Hiekkapelto Jari, accompagniment
Kähkönen Outi, voice and vocal pedagogy
Möisnik Kristjan, voice
Niemelä Hannu, voice
Ollinkari Annika, voice
Parviainen Sirkka, department head, voice
Pimiä Liisa, opera coaching
Rajamäki Erkki, voice
Roos Martina
Tuomela-Nyman Tuula-Marja, opera coaching

 

Part-time teachers

Apajalahti-Jylhä Maikki, voice
Brandt Margareta, voice
Ekman Kaj, accompagniment and piano for singers
Elorinne Jorma, voice
Groop Monica, voice
Hannula Marjut, voice
Hautsalo Liisamaija
Hällström Tuula, accompaniment and piano for singers
Järvelä Eija, voice
Karvonen Juha, phonetics
Kaila Hanna, music theatre singing
Kantola Päivi, voice, music theatre singing
Korhonen Ritva-Liisa, voice
Lindeberg Tuuli, oratorio music and barocque singing
Lättilä Jenni, voice
Naumanen-Saarinen Eeva-Liisa, voice
Nuoranne Kaija, voice
Nurminen Susanna, dance expression
Popova-Veltcheva Tamara, dance expression
Riutamaa Lasse, voice
Ruohonen Seppo, voice
Räikkönen Ilmari, accompaniment and piano for singers
Salonen Kimmo, piano for singers
Sevelius Harriet, acting
Suhonen Antti, aria work shops
Tuomi Johanna, voice
Wahlroos-Kaitila Sirkku, voice
Valtonen Tero, opera coaching
Österholm, Rabbe, voice

 

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