Pontifical institute to offer master’s in Gregorian chant, organ

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The Pontifical Liturgical Institute, which is located at the Order of St. Benedict’s Pontifical Athenaeum of Saint Anselm (Sant’Anselmo) in Rome, has launched a two-year master’s degree program that focuses on Gregorian chant and the organ.

“A very important part of liturgy is the music and chants, and now we’ve been able to unite with the Pontifical University of Sacred Music and offer this master’s,” said Father Jordi Piqué, president of the institute.

Professors include the abbot primate of the Order of St. Benedict and Archbishop Piero Marini, president of the Pontifical Committee for International Eucharistic Congresses.

One Reply to “Pontifical institute to offer master’s in Gregorian chant, organ”

  1. What would be the requirement to be able to enter through this program? Would any B.A or B.S. be sufficient for that? I would be interested in studying Gregorian Chant in that manner for personal growth 🙂 as I consider it highly above all other things :).

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