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Music Pedagogy

Taller de Músics offers the Bachelor Degree in Music consisting of 240 ECTS credits, within the speciality of Music Pedagogy in two itineraries: Jazz Itinerary and Modern Music Itinerary. The Bachelor Degree in Music has, for all purposes, the same validity as an undergraduate degree issued by a university.

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

Bachelor Degree in Music Pedagogy


The purpose of the Music Pedagogy specialisation is the training of qualified musicians who are capable of performing in the artistic field as well as being able to perform teaching tasks informed by a solid pedagogical and didactic education in any kind of educational context.

Since 1979 the Taller de Músics has provided the educational framework for most of the country’s musicians in the fields of jazz, modern music, and improvised and creative music. The methodology that has made this centre a leader in music education is also the hallmark of our graduates. During their training, students acquire theoretical knowledge of music, didactics, psychology and educational management, which is consolidated through practice and formative assessment based on real learning contexts. The experience acquired allows them to go on to train future teachers with a consolidated professional competence based on pioneering active pedagogies, collaborative interdisciplinary projects, mastery of new technologies applied to teaching, and critical reflection on teaching and the learning process in general.

Taller de Músics’s commitment to innovation in music education places internships and research at the centre of the curriculum for this specialisation. The synergies and collaborations established with the Taller de Músics music schools, municipal and private music schools, primary and secondary schools, conservatories, national and international colleges, prominent cultural entities, associations and projects from the school’s social area establish the ideal setting for the professional development and employment of our students.


Access to higher artistic education requires the fulfilment of certain academic requirements and the passing of a specific entrance test which is carried out within a suitable timeframe to allow the subsequent management of the admissions procedure prior to the start of the academic year. The specific entrance exams are used to assess the students’ level of attainment of the skills and competences required to gain access to higher education.

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

Specialisation in Music Pedagogy

Students beginning their studies in the specialism of Pedagogy possess consolidated musical knowledge and a technical and artistic level in the performance of their main instrument. They have a good aptitude and body muscle tone in performance, adapting interpretation and improvisation to different styles. He/she should demonstrate technical skills with the instrument that allow him/her to approach higher studies without particular difficulties and with a tendency to construct his/her own sound, full of musicality and expressiveness when performing their repertoire.

He/she demonstrates audio-perceptual development that enables him/her to recognise forms, styles, historical periods and representative formations of jazz, modern and academic music through the rhythmic, melodic and harmonic adequacy of a score. He/she can tune appropriately while maintaining the tonality and melodic line and use musical notation to write and read fluently at first sight.

He/she adapts oral and written language to different communicative contexts, as well as generally demonstrating academic self-efficacy to develop their own study strategies and to overcome academic challenges. He/she shows motivation to learn and the ability to work both individually and as part of a team. He/she expresses opinions and evaluations in a respectful and coherent way, and shows vocation, interest and expectations towards education and the transmission of knowledge.


Pedagogical Team

Vicenç Solsona

Pedagogical Director

Santiago Galán

Director of Studies

Fernanda Viñas

Bachelor's Degree Coordinator


Ana Rosa Landa
Piano Piano
Anna Luna
Voice Voice
Blanca Gallo
Clara Luna
Voice, Body Education, Vocal Improvisation, Supplementary Repertoire, Stage Performing for Singers, Vocal Ensemble
Fernanda Viñas
Curriculum Design and Learning Assessment, Pedagogy of Musical Language, Communication and Groups Management, Didactics of Basic Musical Learning
Irene Reig
Sax/Clarinet, Applied Composition Basics, Improvisation (I)
Isidre Palmada
Ear Training Harmony, Jazz Techniques, Musical Language
Jaume Gispert
Piano, Instrumental Ensemble, Theory of Collective Performance, Ear Training, Applied Composition Basics, Rhythmic Improvement, Instrumental Ensemble 21st Century Jazz, XXL Collective
Jordi Gardeñas
Drums, Improvisation (II), Improvisation (III)
Juan Jurado
Romantic Music Analysis, Post Romantic Music Analysis, Music in the 20th and 21st Centuries (I), Main Composition
Laura Moral-Bofill
General Didactics
Marcel·lí Bayer
Sax/Clarinet, Transverse Flute, Formal Analysis, Improvisation (II) Sax, Clarinet
Marta Garrett
Voice, Vocal Improvisation
Núria González Cols
Voice, Instrumental Ensemble, Vocal Improvisation, Rhythmic Improvement
Olga López Espejo
Voice (I), Voice (II)
Pau Solsona
Piano, Ear Training Piano
Pere Lluís Biosca
Instrumental and Vocal Conducting
Ramon Ángel Rey
Drums, Instrumental Ensemble, Improvisation (I), Improvisation (II), Rhythmic Improvement, Latin and Flamenco Drums, Brushes
Santi de la Rubia
Sax/Clarinet, Improvisation (I), Theory of Collective Performance, Instrumental Ensemble, Rhythmic Improvement Sax, Instrumental Ensemble
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)
Toni Pagès
Drums Drums
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
Vicenç Solsona
Electric Guitar, Instrumental Ensemble, Transposition and Accompaniment, Classical Guitar, Instrumental Ensemble Latin
Yeray Hernández
Electric Guitar, Didactics of Instrument and Ensemble Electric Guitar, 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 teaching classes, hours of study, work, practices, projects and the preparation of exams and assessment tests.


In order to obtain the Degree in Higher Music Arts Education, it is necessary to prepare and publicly defend a final project, a direct consequence of what has been learnt. It is piece of writing containing a set of explanations, theories, ideas and reasoning on a specific theme and is put into practice in the form of a concert/performance.

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

In order to obtain the ESEM degree, there are two forms of transmission to be undertaken:

  1. Festival Talent: a concert/performance. What is conveyed should be consistent with the findings of the study. It should be a professional concert and it should aim to be a full show. It should be kept in mind that the ESEM wants to promote the TFG works commercially as shows.
    The Festival Talent has been created to promote and the projects of new musical talents to the public. It is a way of bringing the classroom to the Barcelona show circuit and showcasing emerging new artists. The new graduating classes of the Taller de Músics School of Music will display everything they have learned over the last few years to the public. A five-day festival with music, nerves, emotion, excitement, enthusiasm and, above all, talent!
  2. Written paper/Oral defence. This is a paper generated from research into a particular topic. In the oral defence the student presents and defends their work. The ESEM may publish it as a reference for future work. It must transmit that the student has carried out an exhaustive study of their proposal. Monitoring and tutoring in the preparation of the TFG is carried out by teaching staff who are experts in quantitative, qualitative and mixed research. The tutor accompanies and advises the student throughout the writing process, providing constant feedback on the key aspects of the written work.

Career opportunities

At the end of their studies in the Pedagogy specialisation, future teachers will be able to carry out their teaching work in centres and institutions linked to the promotion and management of musical activities in a wide variety of contexts. In addition, other professional opportunities in this training will allow them to:

  • To provide musical and pedagogical advice to resource centres, cultural and educational centres, auditoriums, theatres and publishing and recording companies.
  • To lead and dynamise performance groups in the field of jazz and modern music through group pedagogy.
  • Collaborate with institutions and research projects in the field of music education.


Click on the links below to get further information about how to apply to Bachelor of Music, academic calendar, tutorial action plan, scholarships and funding, credit recognition, mobility programmes, Internal Quality Assurance System (SGIC), student card…

General Information about the Bachelor of Music

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