The two-year Master of Music programme in Piano enhances the skills acquired during a Bachelor’s Degree and enables graduates to explore the range of options available to professional pianists and find a role that best matches their individual skill set.
Particular importance is placed on developing well-rounded musicians and the Master’s programme focuses in large part on the student’s performance ability as a pianist.
The entrance examination consists of a practical performance test in piano as the candidate’s main subject (duration: up to 20 minutes).
Detailed information can be found in the Entrance Examination Regulations, particularly in section 5: Content Requirements and Examination Format.
For practical courses, we recommend that candidates contact their chosen subject tutor in good time. They will be happy to advise candidates individually.
Prof. Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Klavier
Prof. Sheila Arnold, Klavier
Prof. Fabio Bidini (Gastprofessor), Klavier
Prof. Gesa Lücker, Klavier
Prof. Claudio Martinez-Mehner, Klavier
Prof. Dr. Florence Millet, Klavier
Prof. Ilja Scheps, Klavier
Prof. Anthony Spiri, Klavier-Kammermusik
Prof. Paulo Alvares, Klavier, Improvisation, Klavierpraxis
Prof. Cristian Beldi, Klavier-Kammermusik
Jan Ehnes, Klavier, Liedgestaltung, Klavierpraxis
Dorothea Eppendorf, Klavier
Prof. Andreas Frölich, Klavier
Robert Kulek, Klavier-Kammermusik
Jee-Young Phillips, Klavier, Kammermusik
Katarina Schutzius, Klavierdidaktik