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History of the Program

The Graduate Program in Music at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) began in August 2006 as Master’s in Music. Later, in 2015, CAPES (Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel) approved the Doctoral Program. So far, the program has awarded 193 master’s and 20 doctorate degrees. For 14 years, this program has encouraged the development of high-level research on the part of the faculty and alumni, often in collaboration with other universities from Brazil, Latin America, North America, and Europe. The program’s artistic and technical production has a direct impact on academic and non-academic communities worldwide through academic publications, pedagogical materials, music classes on modern topics, open events, concerts and performances, and release of new music.

Master’s / Doctorate degree Program

The Master of Music is a two-year program, each semester with a set of classes following the course schedule and required classes The bibliography and course curriculum are reviewed and updated every year. The curriculum offers wide-ranging learning opportunities, with general classes and courses focused on each line of research. Students who are enrolled must follow the course schedule, which includes classes, research and artistic activities, and independent studies, on a full-time basis. At the end of the program, the student must have attained 27 credits, distributed as follows: 06 credits for dissertation defense, 09 credits for required classes, 06 credits for courses linked to the student’s line of research, and 06 credits for electives. Each individual class is worth 03 credits. All students must also obtain 03 credits as Teaching Assistants.

The Doctorate of Music is a four-year program, each semester with a set of classes following the course schedule and required classes. Students who are enrolled must follow the course schedule, which includes classes, research and artistic activities, and independent studies, on a full-time basis. At the end of the program, the student must have attained 36 credits, distributed as follows: 12 credits for thesis defense, 12 credits for required classes, 06 credits for courses linked to the student’s line of research, and 06 credits for electives. Each individual class is worth 03 credits. Students must also obtain 06 credits as Teaching Assistants.

Research Areas

The master’s and doctorate programs in Music are restricted to the field of Music and three lines of research, as described below:

AREA OF CONCENTRATION – MUSIC: Systematization of creative, theoretical and cognitive musical processes through its epistemological foundation.

Line of Research 01 – Sound creation (composition):

This line of research consists of theoretical and practical studies on subjects related to music composition, aiming to develop studies and reflect upon the scientific, technical, cultural or philosophical nature of composition. The objective is to expand and revitalize the field of artistic research and the relations between art and society through the exploration of topics related to creative processes, artistic interactivity, musical poetics, systems and modalities of technological mediation, notation and musical representation, listening, sound reception, and multimodal perception. Some disciplines related to this line of research are: musical composition, sound art, electroacoustic music, experimental music, improvisation, media art, and interdisciplinary studies.

Line of Research 02 – Musicology / Ethnomusicology: This line of research focuses on the music and musical practices of different cultures under historical, theoretical-analytical, interpretative, ethnographic, sociological, and critical perspectives.

Line of Research 03 – Musical Education / Cognition: This line of research investigates cognition and musical education from the following perspectives: reception, aural perception, musical development, teaching/learning, inclusive education and pedagogical training.

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Universidade Federal do Paraná
MÚSICA
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E-mail: secretaria.ppgmusica@ufpr.br

Universidade Federal do Paraná
MÚSICA
RUA CORONEL DULCÍDIO, 638
BATEL - CURITIBA
Telefone:(41) 3307-7306
E-mail: secretaria.ppgmusica@ufpr.br

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