The aim of research at the HEMU is to establish productive bonds between teaching, performance and creation, with a purpose of mutual improvement. 

Research projects are led by instrument and theory teachers, as well as the members of the Ra&D team who often work in partnership with other institutions such as universities, foundations, audio-visual media services or orchestras.

The projects’ results are published in various forms: articles, books, music scores or CDs, concerts, radio shows, presentations in symposiums or congresses, Internet websites. These publications are not only intended for researchers, but also for musicians, performers, instrument teachers and a larger audience of interested non-professionals.

The HEMU’s students take introductory classes in research. By means of their Bachelor’s and Master’s projects, they contribute to the vibrancy of research at the HEMU.

Research in Music and Performing Arts

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