A good day,
i am not really shure if this is the right place for this topic, but its worth a shoot.
im a musician mainly electronic music, and im looking for a university for digital music and media in europe, the emphsis should be on art and not technology.
On Dec 13, 2006, at 7:46 AM, ofer wrote:
> im a musician mainly electronic music, and im looking for a
> university for digital music and media in europe, the emphsis
> should be on art and not technology.
> any ideas?
undergraduate or graduate? Stetson is not in Europe, but I will
reply in the interest of answering this question for anyone in the
USA. I am sure there are others with the same question as you. And
if you are interested in studying abroad, we have 2 undergraduate/
bachelors programs that might appeal to you.
We offer a Bachelor of Music in Music Technology that combines
electronic music and recording arts with a traditional conservatory-
style curriculum. You must be a traditional instrumentalist or
vocalist to be in this track. Students in this track tend to come
from the more traditional high school music programs here in the States.
We also offer a Bachelor of Arts in Digital Art. This is liberal
arts degree combined with an interdisciplinary program involving art,
music and computer science. You can declare yourself in the "sound"
track and would then focus on electronic music and related sound
projects as your primary medium. Students in this track tend to come
from a more home studio background or have formed their own bands
I am the academic advisor for both programs. You can learn more from
our web site:
Note: the "sound" track revisions were just approved and so our web
site still refers to the older
OK. Commercial over. Back to programming.
Nathan Wolek, PhD — email@example.com
Assistant Professor of Music Technology
Stetson University – DeLand, FL