The master’s program for instrumental subjects (including voice) is a two-year, specialization program. The program is designed for 5 to 10 (max.) select students and focuses on furthering the concept of personalization first introduced during the bachelor’s degree program.
The application process consists of three steps: registration, pre-screening, and audition.
In the first part of the audition, applicants perform a concert with their own ensemble for a maximum of 20 minutes. Applicants are free to select the repertoire themselves.
The second part of the audition is an interview in which applicants are asked about the statement of purpose they submitted with their application. The statement of purpose is a brief essay in which applicants must describe their goals and how they will meet these goals at the HfMT – including the instructors with whom they want to study, the resources they intend to use, and the courses they plan to take, both in their main area of study as well as in other disciplines. Applicants are advised to familiarise themselves with the course catalog before writing their statements of purpose.
The statement of purpose should be submitted to the Registrar’s Office along with the application form.
Students work in a customized program with the assistance of a faculty advisor. The program provides:
Theory and Harmony´
Combo: There is a wide range of Combos/Ensembles, which are organised as weekly or block events by the lecturers. You can find the current offers in the course catalogue.