Study Program Description
The Ethnomusicology study program at the Indonesian Institute of the Arts Surakarta provides education at the Bachelor level (S-1). The Ethnomusicology study program was established in 1988. This study program was developed based on Nusantara ethnic musical traditions, both in the form of concepts and practices, which are described in learning formulations. To realize this basic framework, the Ethnomusicology Study Program explores, communicates ethnic archipelago music works ethically, aesthetically, and academically through the study of ethnic archipelago music works based on the principles of research methodology.

Academic degree
S.Sn (Bachelor of Arts)

Graduate Profile
Bachelors of Ethnomusicology are ethnomusicologists, who can work as observers and researchers as well as advocating for Indonesian musical traditions. Ethnomusicology ISI Surakarta has graduate abilities to:

  1. Master the basic concepts and perspectives of ethnomusicology;
  2. Ability to identify and analyze issues
  3. Ability to conduct scientific research professionally and disseminate research results in the form of scientific and popular journals (journalistic works) as well as applied research products (such as audio-visual features); and
  4. Ability to provide assistance to the musical traditions of the people in the archipelago through education, conservation, revitalization and innovation.

Learning Outcomes
Learning is designed to achieve abilities, including:

  1. Playing Indonesian musical instruments;
  2. Mastering the techniques of musical analysis, music literature (lyrics), and extra musical;
  3. Mastering the scientific foundation in ethnomusicology research;
  4. Mastering the principles of ethnomusicology rules, procedures, and reporting;
  5. Ability to plan, implement, and evaluate ethnomusicology research activities;
  6. Ability to apply audio and audio-visual documentation techniques;
  7. Ability to write down information about music culture events in the form of news, features, and opinions;
  8. Mastering the design techniques of music culture information design;
  9. Ability to apply photographic techniques, audio recording and audio-visual;
  10. Ability to write down information about music culture events, in the form of news, features, and opinions;
  11. Ability to conduct investigative interviews; and
  12. Ability to perform announcing and presenting techniques about music culture events.