The graduate in Interpretation must:

1) be a qualified professional with a complete command of the interpretation techniques of the instrument and its repertoire, and, where appropriate, complementary instruments

2) be prepared to perform high-level interpretive work in accordance with the characteristics of their modality and specialization, both in the role of soloist and as part of an ensemble, as well as, where appropriate, in their capacity as accompanying performer. music and dance.

3) know the technical and acoustic characteristics of your instrument, delving into its historical development.

4) have training in the exercise of analysis and musical thinking, and have a solid methodological and humanistic training that helps them in the research task related to the exercise of their profession.