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Institute of Music Faculty of Arts University of Zielona Góra Poland
The University of Zielona Góra was founded on 1 September 2001 as a result of a merger between Zielona Góra's Pedagogical University and Technical University. The University comprises eleven faculties, which provide education for about 18 thousand students within 40 areas of study and different types of courses conducted at various levels: undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and doctoral. Rector prof. Tadeusz Kuczyński
The Institute of Music is one of the oldest units of the University of Zielona Góra, with a 41-year history.
Institute of Music is a part of the Faculty of Arts. Faculty Authorities: Dean prof. Piotr Szurek Vice Dean for Student Affairs dr hab. Bartłomiej Stankowiak
Institute Authorities: Director dr hab. Jerzy Szymaniuk, prof. UZ Deputy Director dr hab. Jolanta Sipowicz, prof. UZ
Scientific and performance activities of the Institute of Music are concentrated in five divisions.
Division of Music Theory Head dr Katarzyna Kwiecień-Długosz
Division of Jazz Head dr hab. Jerzy Szymaniuk, prof. UZ
Division of Music Pedagogy Head prof. Janina Fyk
Division of Conducting and Singing Head dr hab. Bogumiła Tarasiewicz, prof. UZ
Division of Instrumental Teaching Head dr hab. Ryszard Zimnicki, prof. UZ
The staff includes: conductors, composers, instrumentalists, singers, theorists of music, musicologists and others.
Our activities: Books and recordings published by our teachers (examples)
Our activities: Big Band at the University of Zielona Góra led by Jerzy Szymaniuk
Fields of study at the Institute of Music Bachelor Studies (3 years): Music Education (for music teachers) Jazz and Popular Music (for instrumentalists, vocalists and arrangers) Master Studies (2 years): Music Education (for music teachers) The following modules of optional subjects are available during the Master Studies: Teacher Education Jazz and Popular Music Conducting of vocal and vocal-instrumental ensembles Introduction to composition and arrangement New technologies in music
Core subjects for students are: Conducting, Score Reading, Piano Playing, Singing, Tonal Harmony, History of Music, Ear Training, Musical Analysis, Pedagogy of Music, Choir, Piano Improvisation, Introduction to Composition, and many others…
Graduates are prepared to pursue independent careers as teachers, ensemble conductors, soloists, members of instrumental or vocal ensembles, composers and arrangers of school, jazz and popular music.
Contact: Instytut Muzyki Uniwersytet Zielonogórski ul. prof. Z. Szafrana 19 65-516 Zielona Góra Poland www.imu.uz.zgora.pl https://www.facebook.com/instytut.muzyki.uz