The prominent position music occupies in our consumption and leisure habits, in the existence of a solid network of auditoriums and concert halls, in the creation of entities and firms devoted to organising events, and a growing presence of music in libraries, museums or in art collections and in anthropology are all remarkable signs of the need for professionals prepared to satisfy the needs of management, research, communication and attention in this field and to carry out the traditional careers in teaching and research.
Full-time dedication. Part-time option available.
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