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Université Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV)

Université Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV)

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Sorbonne Paris IV / Department of Music and Musicology

Professional Master’s Degree Programme: 

‘The Performance Practice of Medieval Music’


A professional master’s degree programme in ‘The Performance Practice of Medieval Music’ was created in 2005 at the University of Paris-Sorbonne (IV). It is designed to respond to the needs of advanced-level musicians (mainly singers) who wish to complete their training with theoretical and practical instruction given within a university context. The programme’s implantation at the Sorbonne is justified not only by the presence of a team of instructors recognized for their professional excellence both as scholars and performers, but also by the possibility of collaboration with other academic departments teaching related disciplines, specialized schools nearby (École Nationale des Chartes, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris), and the Musée National du Moyen Age.

This Master’s degree programme is organised into four modules of instruction containing:

- performance classes; courses in musicology; courses in related disciplines (depending on the student’s research project); seminars and masterclasses. The choice of courses will be decided during interviews with the candidate at the time of inscription.

- the student must submit and successfully defend a professional research-project document centered on performance practice, but which also must demonstrate a profound and scientific knowledge of written sources and of bibliography.

Information and inscription:

Acceptance into this Master’s degree programme is based upon previous musical training, ongoing musical work (including professional activities) and an entrance examination/audition. A maximum of 12 students will be admitted.

The application materials for the entrance examination may be downloaded from the web site of the University of Paris IV – Sorbonne :

. The application for the entrance exam must be submitted to

: before 30 May, 2011 (before 10 September 2011 for the second admission session)

First audition/interview date: 8 June 2011 at 5 pm at the Sorbonne (room J326, staircase G, Musicology department).

 Autumn session : 19 September at 5 pm at the Sorbonne (room J326, staircase G, Musicology department).

An orientation meeting for all students admitted in May and September will be organized and confirmed in late September.

The language of instruction is French. First written contacts can be made in English.

Foreign students wishing to enroll can obtain more information by writing to the International Relations Service of the University (,

Professional musicians interested in enrolling in individual modules should contact the Sorbonne’s service for continuing education (

Requirements for enrollment:

- successful completion of the first year in a master’s degree programme in music and/or musicology (Fr.:maîtrisede musicologie), or

- acceptance by the entrance examination committee, based on the applicant’s previous professional experience.

For questions relating to the course, please contact : and/or

For administrative questions (transfers of credit, equivalency) please contact :

Responsible for the programme: Frédéric Billiet, Professor (Paris IV-Sorbonne); Katarina Livljanic, Maitre de Conférences (Paris IV-Sorbonne) and director of the ensemble

Dialogos; Benjamin Bagby, PAST (Paris IV-Sorbonne) and director of the ensemble Sequentia

, Isabelle Ragnard, Maitre

de Conférences (Paris IV-Sorbonne)

Academic committee: Benjamin Bagby (Paris IV/Sequentia), Frédéric Billiet (Paris IV/Patrimoines Musicaux), Jean-François Goudesenne (IRHT), Thomas

F. Kelly (Harvard University), Katarina Livljanic (Paris IV/Dialogos), Nicolas Meeùs (CRLM), François Picard (Paris IV / director of master’s programme), Raphaël Picazos (CNSMDP), Isabelle Ragnard (Paris IV), Alice Tacaille (Paris IV), Leo Treitler (CUNY), Michel Zink (Collège de France).

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