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EWHA WOMANS UNIVERSITY

Academics

Voice

Voice

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Voice

Location

Music Building Room #400-

Tel

82-2-3277-2423

Email

e600143@ewha.ac.kr

Fax

82-2-3277-3739

The goal of Ewha University has been the quest for truth, goodness, and beauty through education. In keeping with the goal, the aim of the department continues to be that of instilling artistic integrity and humanity in students.

Teachers are dedicated to bringing out each student's fullest potential as singers or educators, according to individual talents and abilities. Students can develop their techniques and musicianship to a professional level and be prepared to perform on a concert stage, opera, and recitals, depending on their abilities.

Study of extensive vocal repertoire and its style with highly developed vocal techniques will help students become outstanding musicians.

History
History

1947

Voice major established

1999

Religious Music major and Voice major merged into Voice Division

2006

Church Music Major discontinued, changed to Voice major

The Aim of Education

Through individual lessons, chorus, diction, and song literature classes, academic and practical aspects and opera workshop experience are brought together. Piano study, which is necessary for a singer, is also available. Divisional goals :

  • To be a first class professional singer, students will study on music theory and music history.
  • Six different diction classes will help students better understand other cultures. The ability to properly enunciate different languages and the ability to understand poem is very important.
  • Vocal techniques and stage acting for opera will help student on the opera stages.
  • to develop leadership and consciousness to contribute for establishing sound consumer culture
Careers and Graduate School Destination

Many students go on to graduate schools, National Choir, and City Choirs. Many graduates became music teachers for middle and high schools and church musician, such as soloists or choir conductors. Some study abroad at United States, Italy, or Germany.