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A team that overflows passion
In order to be a music teacher at a higher center, a mastery of the skills of this art is necessary, but also skills for teaching and motivation. Without a doubt, one of the strengths of the Higher Center of Music of Galicia (CSM Galicia), in addition to the passion, dedication and technical means, is the good atmosphere and empathy that Manuel Villar and Pere Molina, directors of the project, achieve.
Internationally recognized talents come together to offer you a study plan at the level of the best schools in the world.
Teachers who listen to you and get involved, who want to share their skills, promote talents and accompany you in every step of the process.
A new center with extensive experience professors.
A close management
Manuel Villar and Pere Molina will guide you in whatever you need.
Professional music professors with decades of experience as teachers.
The best musical instruments
We have at your disposal a wide range of instruments for you to practice and learn.
our courses and Master Classes
Manuel Villar conducts Carmina Burana in galician language
The last in our blog…
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From July 2 to 5, CSM Galicia will host a master class by Lorena Valero, a dramatic soprano who...
The Cristóbal Soler's master class at CSM Galicia will be held from July 2 to 5, 2020 and is aimed...
Description Alberto Arribas' master class will be held on May 9 and 10 at CSM Galicia. He has the...
La Voz de Galicia newspaper published and article about the last CSM Galicia Master Classes....
What people say about us…
“Everything I know right now, everything I learned about music, I learned here, thanks to Manolo, Pablo and Javi. I was in other centers, where it was playing for playing, without involvement and at a much lower level. Here we are all very involved, students and teachers. “
Pablo Ares, clarinet
“I spent a year in Alaska, with a scholarship from Amancio Ortega, and if you compare … there are very good musicians here, incredible, the atmosphere is very good, you feel community and you learn a lot. In a year of harmony with Manolo I learned more than in three years of conservatory. “