Please note that there will be no entrance examinations for the Bachelor of Music - Choral Conducting in the winter semester 2020/21!
The Bachelor of Music in Choral Conducting covers the entire range of the choral repertoire, with particular emphasis on conducting technique, rehearsal methods, vocality and repertoire development. Students are given the opportunity to work with a wide range of vocal ensembles to implement what they have learned under the tutelage of the University’s professors and guest lecturers. Our aim is to produce well-rounded conductors, who are not only able to direct choirs, but also instrumental ensembles.
The entrance examination consists of the following three parts:
Practical performance test in Choral Conducting with a vocal ensemble (duration approx. 15 minutes); Practical theory test with the exam committee (duration approx. 20 minutes); Written test assessing aural skills and composition (total duration approx. 4 hours).
Detailed information can be found in the Entrance Examination Regulations, particularly in section 5: Content Requirements and Examination Format (§5 Inhaltliche Anforderungen und Durchführung der Prüfung).
Seven main modules form a structural framework of the programme’s interdisciplinary network: