Minsk, Belarus

Belarusian State Academy of Music

Белорусская государственная академия музыки

University type: music education
University status: public

Contact:

Internatsionalnaya str. 30
220030, Minsk, Belarus
Tel. +37517 3274942

Bachelor's
Studies
Musical compositionStudies in Russian
Баяна-аккордеонаStudies in Russian
Белорусской музыкиStudies in Russian
Деревянные духовые музыкальные инструментыStudies in Russian
ИнструментовкаStudies in Russian
Истории музыкиStudies in Russian
Камерный ансамбльStudies in Russian
Концертмейстерское мастерствоStudies in Russian
Медные духовые музыкальные инструментыStudies in Russian
Музыкальная педагогикаStudies in Russian
Оперная подготовка и хореографиаStudies in Russian
Оркестровое дирижированиеStudies in Russian
ПенияStudies in Russian
Социально-гуманитарные дисциплиныStudies in Russian
Специальный фортепианоStudies in Russian
Струнные народные щипково-ударные инструментыStudies in Russian
Струнные смычковые музыкальные инструментыStudies in Russian
Теории музыкиStudies in Russian
Физическое воспитаниеStudies in Russian
ФортепианоStudies in Russian
Хоровое дирижированиеStudies in Russian
ЯзыкиStudies in Russian

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Вокально-хоровой
Межфакультетские кафедры
Народных инструментов
Оркестровый
Подготовительное отделение
Факультет повышения квалификации и переподготовки
Фортепианный и композиторско-музыковедческий
The history of the Belarusian State Academy of Music (before 1992 - the Belarusian State Conservatoire named after A. Lounatcharsky) is to a great extent the history of the Belarusian musical culture and arts of the 20th century.
Founded in 1932, the Belarusian Academy of Music has become a major centre of musical education, performance, composition and musicology. Famous musicians of their days stood at its cradle - composers N. Aladov and V. Zolotaryov, musicologists Yu. Dreisin and M. Matisson, pianists A. Klumov, G. Petrov and V. Semashko, violinists A. Besmertny and A. Vivien, cellists M. Orlov and B. Fidlon, double-bass players I. Solodchenko and M. Slovachevsky, horn player Ya. Stegenny, oboist G. Popovitsky, singer A. Bonachich, conductor I. Bari.
The first Director of the Belarusian State Conservatoire was M. Kazakov. During the pre-war time it was also headed by I. Pris, K. Bogushevich, O. Gantman, M. Berger, and after the World War II - by N. Aladov (1944-1948), A. Bogatyryov (1948-1962), V. Olovnikov (1962-1982), I. Louchenok (1982-1985), M. Kozinets (1985-2005), A. Roschupkin (2005-2010).
Among the first graduates of the Conservatoire (in 1937) are A. Bogatyryov, M. Kroshner, P. Podkovyrov, A. Popov, V. Yefimov (composer's class of Prof. V. Zolotaryov). Later on, a national composing school formed at the Belarusian State Academy of Music, among its outstanding representatives are famous Belarusian composers L. Obeliovich, V. Olovnikov, A. Bogatyryov, G. Vagner, E. Glebov, I. Louchenok, Yu. Semenyako, E. Tyrmand and others.
International recognition has been won by the national performance school; its development was greatly contributed by M. Berger, I. Tsvetayeva, R. Shershevsky, V. Epstein (piano), A. Amiton, M. Bratennikov, M. Goldstein, V. Goldfeld, V. Parkhomenko (violin), P. Kirilchenko (viola), A. Stagorsky and B. Skoblo (cello), A. Khersonsky (contrabass), V. Kharitonov (flute), Yu. Tsyomkin (oboe), P. Denissov (trumpet), S. Oskolkov, Ya. Viting, A. Arsbely-Korinsky, M. Ludwig (signing), M. Maslov, V. Rovda (choral conducting), I. Abramis, I. Bukreyev, I. Gitgarts, V. Dubrovsky, V. Katayev, I. Moussin, M. Shneiderman, A. Engelbreht (orchestra conducting), E. Ozarevich, I. Zhinovich, G. Zhikharev (folk instruments) and others.
The Belarusian State Academy of Music has formed a scientific school of modern musicology, its development is linked with the names of famous Belarusian musicologists S. Nisnevich, L. Moukharinskaya, G. Glouschenko.
University website: www.bgam.edu.by/

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