The Performance Programme offers specialised programmes of study which prepare students for life as professional musicians within all possible areas of the musical world.
Teaching schedules are concentrated and intensive and a lot of time is given to instrument and interpretation studies as well as chamber music, ensemble and orchestra practice.
The academic year consists of 40 weeks of which six are spent working intensively on a project led by international guest lecturers and conductors.
The first two years of study also include compulsory theoretical courses in subjects such as ear training, music theory and the history of music.
On completion of three years of study and180 higher education credits students are awarded a degree of Bachelor in Music.
Students who want to further develop their knowledge and understanding
can study an extra two years to complete one of the Master’s programmes
offered by the Academy. After the successful completion of a degree
project students are awarded a degree of Master in Music, constituting
120 higher education credits.
Performance, Composition and Church music department