Rhythmic Programmes

The rhythmic study programmes at the Academy cover all types of styles and provide an opportunity for a variety of musical careers.

Rhythmic Music

Rhythmic music is improvising by nature. It allows much individual interpretation in music creating a new expression for each playing through. Students receive not only training in reading sheet music, but they also learn to improvise and create own music.

Within rhythmic study programmes students work with music and its genres, e.g. jazz, rock, Latin music, electronic music, folk, pop, country, etc.

Page last updated 3rd of December 2013

Who can I become?

Candidates from rhythmic study programmes at the Academy usually embark on careers that include elements of the following choices:

  • Musician/Singer
  • Composer
  • Teacher at folk high schools, music schools, secondary schools, day high schools, higher education institutions, continuation schools, etc.
  • Producer and Sound Engineers
  • Course Organizer
  • Conductors for choir, band, orchestra, guard orchestras, etc.
  • Freelance Teachers
  • Heads of Music Schools
  • Cultural Promoters, Project Managers, Talent Agents, etc.