By Daniel Webster, dWeb.News Publisher
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO, November 20, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — The Fermatta Master Class Series program aims to place students in direct contact with professionals in the music and entertainment industry. To achieve this, the university organizes master classes that are taught by prominent musicians, engineers, producers and executives of the industry. In this way, students learn first-hand about the ideas, experiences and expectations of the people who pull the strings of today’s industry.
Special guest teachers of the Fermatta Master Class Series include Jack White, Chad Smith, Steve Vai, Matt Sorum, Steve Lukather, Glenn Hughes, Steve Morse, Michael Brauer, Michael League, Michael Thompson, Carmine Appice, Jim Scott, Joey Calderazzo, Marcus Miller, Alex Acuña, Pat Martino, John Medeski, Otmaro Ruiz, Herman Matthews, Armand Sabal-Lecco, Eddie Kramer, Glenn Hughes, Mike Stern, Meshell Ndegeocello, Nathan East, Renato Neto, David Schiffman, Joey Heredia, Gregg Bissonette, Jeff Berlin, Alain Caron, Ruta Sepetys, Bernard Fowler, Michael Manring, Robben Ford, Lee Sklar, Simon Phillips, Frank Gambale, Esperanza Spalding, Joe Lovano, Scott Henderson, Juan Alderete Eric Marienthal, Kenny Aronoff, Tineke Postma, Nick Menza, Dave Lombardo, Shari Short, amongst many others.
The Fermatta Music University Center, Latin America’s first contemporary music college, is now the largest and most prestigious institution of its kind. With campuses in Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey and Querétaro, the Fermatta Music University Center offers three, four-year Bachelor’s Degree programs, in addition to two, two-year Master’s Degree programs, all fully accredited by the Secretariat of Public Education in Mexico.
Now celebrating its 27th year, the Fermatta Music University Center has graduated some of Latin America’s biggest music superstars, who have accumulated awards including more than 80 Grammys, Latin Grammys, Oscars and Cannes Film Festival Awards.
The academic programs at the Fermatta Music University Center are considered some of the most demanding, advanced and technologically up-to-date in the entertainment field today.
Regardless of a student’s desired field of specialization within the music business, the critical, fundamental skills of the trade are emphasized. All graduates are expected to achieve proficiency in sight reading, ear training, instrument performance, composition, sound engineering, music production and music business fundamentals. At Fermatta, mastery of these skills is considered mandatory, not merely preferential for graduation.
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