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National Academy of Music "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov" Sofia

Bulgaria, Sofia    See a map
94, Evlogy & Hristo Georgievi Blvd., BG 1505

Overview

The National Academy of Music  “Prof. Pantcho Vladigerov” 

 is the most authoritative higher education music school in Bulgaria with the oldest, best established and most efficient professional traditions, which focuses the potential and achievements of the most significant, renowned artists in this area in the same amount today, as it has done in the past. Its graduates win top prizes in prestigious international competitions and take part in international music initiatives. They achieve successful professional careers in our country and worldwide – on Bulgarian and world stages, in orchestras and opera theatres, in secondary and higher education music schools, in colleges, universities, in various cultural institutions and art unions, in the electronic media, in cultural centres etc. The Academy was established at the suggestion of the Minister of National Education Stoyan Omarchevski under the name of State Academy of Music. Legitimised by virtue of Royal Decree No. 145 dated 21st July 1921 of His Majesty Tsar Boris III

After 1989 The Academy regained its former name and with a decision of the National Assembly of 19th May 2006 it was renamed to National Academy of Music “Prof. Pantcho Vladigerov”. The courses in the National Academy of Music are taught by renowned representatives of the art and science of music in our country whose professionalism is measured by their presence in the world music life and research exchange and is a guarantee for the quality of education and development of the students. The Academy houses the richest specialised music library in Bulgaria with a collection of records. The library is a member of the International Association of Music Libraries. An audio-visual centre has been established, the Academy boasts an academic symphony orchestra, student symphony orchestras, a teaching opera theatre, a teaching choir. Concert halls and an organ are also available. The Academy offers over 30 majors whose syllabuses, which are based on the tested and proven traditions of Bulgarian musicology and the Bulgarian vocal, instrumental and ballet teaching traditions, are updated at regular intervals to match the most contemporary standards in education, the art of music, research and teaching. The students have the opportunity to take part in productions, concerts, music performances, research meetings, seminars, conferences, courses of lectures. In addition to the regular education, master classes and courses of lectures by renowned Bulgarian and foreign musicians and musicologists are organised. The National Academy of Music “Prof. Pantcho Vladigerov” has signed agreements with foreign higher-education music institutions and is expanding its range of contacts and cooperations. It is a member of the Association of Higher Education Institutions of Arts (AES) based in Brussels and is also included in the Erasmus Programme. Today the National Academy of Music “Prof. Pantcho Vladigerov” is not only a leading music education centre, but also a significant cultural centre whose versatile creative initiatives gain more and more public prestige and recognition

Expenses   http://nma.bg/en/fees/

Accommodation    http://nma.bg/en/lpage/75a951

Overview

The National Academy of Music  “Prof. Pantcho Vladigerov” 

 is the most authoritative higher education music school in Bulgaria with the oldest, best established and most efficient professional traditions, which focuses the potential and achievements of the most significant, renowned artists in this area in the same amount today, as it has done in the past. Its graduates win top prizes in prestigious international competitions and take part in international music initiatives. They achieve successful professional careers in our country and worldwide – on Bulgarian and world stages, in orchestras and opera theatres, in secondary and higher education music schools, in colleges, universities, in various cultural institutions and art unions, in the electronic media, in cultural centres etc. The Academy was established at the suggestion of the Minister of National Education Stoyan Omarchevski under the name of State Academy of Music. Legitimised by virtue of Royal Decree No. 145 dated 21st July 1921 of His Majesty Tsar Boris III

After 1989 The Academy regained its former name and with a decision of the National Assembly of 19th May 2006 it was renamed to National Academy of Music “Prof. Pantcho Vladigerov”. The courses in the National Academy of Music are taught by renowned representatives of the art and science of music in our country whose professionalism is measured by their presence in the world music life and research exchange and is a guarantee for the quality of education and development of the students. The Academy houses the richest specialised music library in Bulgaria with a collection of records. The library is a member of the International Association of Music Libraries. An audio-visual centre has been established, the Academy boasts an academic symphony orchestra, student symphony orchestras, a teaching opera theatre, a teaching choir. Concert halls and an organ are also available. The Academy offers over 30 majors whose syllabuses, which are based on the tested and proven traditions of Bulgarian musicology and the Bulgarian vocal, instrumental and ballet teaching traditions, are updated at regular intervals to match the most contemporary standards in education, the art of music, research and teaching. The students have the opportunity to take part in productions, concerts, music performances, research meetings, seminars, conferences, courses of lectures. In addition to the regular education, master classes and courses of lectures by renowned Bulgarian and foreign musicians and musicologists are organised. The National Academy of Music “Prof. Pantcho Vladigerov” has signed agreements with foreign higher-education music institutions and is expanding its range of contacts and cooperations. It is a member of the Association of Higher Education Institutions of Arts (AES) based in Brussels and is also included in the Erasmus Programme. Today the National Academy of Music “Prof. Pantcho Vladigerov” is not only a leading music education centre, but also a significant cultural centre whose versatile creative initiatives gain more and more public prestige and recognition

Expenses   http://nma.bg/en/fees/

Accommodation    http://nma.bg/en/lpage/75a951