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Flamenco Performance

Taller de Músics offers a Bachelor Degree in Music, with 240 ECTS credits, specialising in Flamenco Performance. This is an official qualification recognised within the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and has the same validity as a university degree.

  • ACADEMIC PERIOD | September to June
  • ENTRANCE EXAMS | Registration: April to June
  • APPLICATIONS | July and September
  • MODALITY | Presential
  • DURATION | 4 years
  • TITLE | Bachelor Degree in Flamenco Performance

Bachelor Degree in Flamenco Performance


The Bachelor Degree in Flamenco Performance offers, in its syllabus, the itinerary of an interpreter in its modalities of Flamenco Singing and Flamenco Guitar. In addition, within the speciality of Jazz and Modern/Popular Music, flamenco students of other instruments such as the percussion, the piano or the flute, among others, are also welcomed.

The pedagogical design is articulated around the specific study of the flamenco instrument or voice, together with the specific instrumental groups such as flamenco combo or tablao. The student will also take explicit theoretical flamenco subjects (history, composition, harmony), together with subjects common to other itineraries with a theoretical-musical, technological and humanistic profile.

Our teaching staff has been made up of top professionals in the world of flamenco for years: Chicuelo, David Cerreduela, David Leiva, Miriam Vallejo, Cristina López, David Domínguez, and Pepe Motos.

The flamenco students of the Taller de Músics collaborate assiduously in their own productions with the Management & Productions department, thus making it possible from the beginning for the student to not only train in the classroom, but on stage as well; a true pillar of professionalisation in music.


Access to higher artistic education requires the fulfilment of certain academic preconditions of which passing a specific access test that should, taking the subsequent management of the admission procedure into consideration, be completed enough time ahead prior to the start of the academic year. The specific access test allows to assess the students’ attainment levels of the abilities and competences necessary to be admitted to higher education.

Applying for the Bachelor of Music: requirements, calendar, sample tests…

Specialisation in Flamenco Performance

The profile of the student who accesses studies with specialisation in performance, both in the field of Jazz and Modern Music and of Traditional Music, and Flamenco, is that of a student who knows styles, historical periods and formations representative of these pieces of music.

The student must be able to recognise habitual forms, both additively and through a score, and should be able to locate himself, expressing himself with rhythmic and harmonic adaptation. Likewise, they must show a predisposition to build their own or personalised sound, be able to link breathing with the musical phrase and must know how to adapt the interpretation and improvisation in differentiated styles, showing technical skills concerning the instrument that allow them to reach higher studies without specific difficulties.

They must also know how to use musical notation to write and read with fluency. In addition, they must know how to build their study strategies in order to overcome challenges of an academic or practical nature. They must be able to express opinions and artistic evaluations in a respectful and coherent way, and show abilities to work individually and in a team.


Pedagogical team

Vicenç Solsona

Pedagogical Director

Santiago Galán

Director of Studies
Bachelor's Degree Coordinator


Anna Ponces
Supplementary Repertoire
Chano Domínguez
Collaborator Teacher
Clara Luna
Voice, Body Education, Vocal Improvisation, Supplementary Repertoire, Stage Performing for Singers, Vocal Ensemble
Cristina López
Flamenco Singing, Flamenco History, Specific Repertoire
David Domínguez
Percussion, Rhythmic Basics of Flamenco
David Leiva
Flamenco Guitar, Flamenco Harmony, Sight-Reading, Fundamentals of Flamenco Composition, Ear Training, Flamenco Guitar for Jazz Guitarists, Flamenco Music Culture Flamenco Guitar, History and Musical Theory of Flamenco, Flamenco Ensemble
David Pastor
Trumpet, Instrumental Ensemble Funk, Supplementary Repertoire Trumpet
Ismael Alcina
Collaborator Teacher
Javier Cisneros
Instrument and Voice Pedagogy, General Pedagogy of Music, Management of Music Education Centers, Information and Communication Techniques / Computer Music (II)
Joan Terol
Drums, Vocal Improvisation, Rhythmic Improvement
Juan Gómez “Chicuelo”
Flamenco Guitar, Instrumental Ensemble, Flamenco Forms, Transposition and Accompaniment Flamenco Guitar
Lorena Oliva
Flamenco Forms, Transposition and Accompaniment
Manel Fortià
Double Bass, Instrumental Ensemble, Instrumental Ensemble Flamenco Jazz
Marcel·lí Bayer
Sax/Clarinet, Transverse Flute, Formal Analysis, Improvisation (II) Sax, Clarinet
Marco Mezquida
Collaborator Teacher
Miriam Vallejo
Flamenco Singing
Pepe Motos
Collaborator Teacher Cajón Flamenco, Flamenco Percussion, Flamenco Fusion Ensemble
Perico Sambeat
Collaborator Teacher
Santiago Galán
General History of Music, History of 20th Century Popular Music, Baroque Music Analysis, Classicism Music Analysis, Main Composition, Music and Computing, Arranging (I), Information and Communication Techniques / Computer Music (I)
Úrsula Pilar San Cristóbal
Language and Communication, Musical Thought, Research in Music Education
Valentí Adell
Specific Repertoire, Supplementary Repertoire, Acoustics and Organology, Techniques for Recording and Postproduction (I) Piano, Instrumental Ensemble


The syllabus of the Bachelor of Music consists of 4 academic courses of 60 ECTS credits each, distributed across subjects of different categories:

  • Basic training subjects: These are subjects of culture, thought, history, language and techniques of music.
  • Compulsory specialisation subjects: They are subjects of instrument or voice, complementary instrumental training, ensemble music, improvisation, composition, pedagogy, production and management.
  • Optional subjects: They complement the training with a range of different subjects.
  • Final Project (TFG).

The assignment of credits for each subject includes the hours corresponding to the academic classes, hours of study, the accomplishment of works, practices, projects and the preparation of examinations and evaluation tests.


Flamenco HarmonyCP6A
Instrumental Ensemble ICP6A
Flamenco Music CultureBT6S1
Rhythmic Basics of FlamencoCP6A
Flamenco HistoryCP8A
General History of MusicCP6A
Ear Training IBT6A
Main Instrument ICP10A
Second Instrument ICP6S



Instrumental Ensemble IICP6A
Flamenco Forms: Tablao ICP6A
Formal AnalysisCP6S1
Applied Composition BasicsBT6A
Music and ComputingCP8A
Language and CommunicationBT6S
Musical ThoughtBT6S
Rhythmic ImprovementBT6S1
Main Instrument IICP10A



Instrumental Ensemble IIICP6A
Body EducationCP6A
Sight-Reading (flamenco transcription)CP6S2
Specific RepertoireCP8A
Transposition and Accompaniment: Tablao IICP6A
Main Instrument IIICP10A
Second instrument IICP6S



Instrumental Ensemble IVCP6A
Main Instrument IVCP10A
Instrument PedagogyCP6S1
Supplementary RepertoireCP8A
Degree Final ProjectDFP12A


Final Project (TFG)

In order to obtain a Bachelor Degree in Music, it is necessary to prepare and publicly defend a final work, which is a direct outcome of what has been learned. This is the writing of a project with a set of explanations, theories, ideas or reasoning on a specific subject that should even more be put into practice in the form of a concert or performance key.

The student must demonstrate the ability to apply the acquired knowledge and know how to communicate conclusions, knowledge and theories on which it is based. The TFG must communicate the results or conclusions reached in the study of a subject in an organised, formal, clear and precise way, as well as the methodology used, the process followed, the documents consulted etc. In short, it is a question of transmitting that is most important.

Professional skills

The graduate in Performance must be a highly qualified professional in musical interpretation, with mastery of his instrument and the repertoire inherent to his specialisation, knowing the technical and acoustic characteristics of his instrument and deepening its historical development, as well as that of a complementary instrument.

The graduate must perform at a high level in accordance with the specific characteristics of his/her modality and specialisation, both as a soloist and as member of an instrumental ensemble. Furthermore must he/she have the capacity to situate him/herself in multidisciplinary artistic contexts, always with a well-defined artistic personality being receptive to evolution.

They must also have knowledge of technological possibilities as a tool for the creation and support of their work. Likewise, they must be trained in the exercise of musical analysis with a wide aesthetic spectrum, and must have critical thought about the creative fact along with the capacity to transmit it orally and rigorously in writing. Finally, they must have a solid humanistic and methodological background to be able to carry out musical research and experimentation tasks.


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