Rhythmics / EMP, also known as REMP, means studying an interdisciplinary area that provides advanced and specific professional qualifications in the areas of music and movement. This includes linguistic, instrumental, dance and choreographic training.
Dieser Studiengang besteht nur noch für immatrikulierte Studierende; ein Studienbeginn ist nicht mehr möglich.
The Rhythmics / EMP course is comprised of qualifications in the Bachelor IGP, which is geared towards the courses offered at music schools and independent institutions, through to the REMP master's course, which also includes training in the areas of instrumental performance and curative education. Further educational specializations are possible.
Thus, the following recognized degrees are offered at the HfM Dresden:
- Rhythmics / EMP for pedagogical deepening in the bachelor's degree IGP
- Rhythmics / EMP as a part-time, continuing education master’s course
All other offers and specializations aim to apply rhythm in the subject area offered and to be able to apply the associated methodological principles.
The master’s course in Rhythmics / EMP is a fee-based continuation of the Bachelor. It lasts 4 semesters and ends with the “Master of Music”.
Rhythm offers a diverse field of networking between music and movement. In the work processes of rhythm, improvisational and creative skills are developed in order to transfer music into visible movement and in turn to convert movement into sounding auditory events.
The course is aimed at all those who are ambitious in the fields of music, dance, creativity and education and enjoy working in and with groups, have the appropriate qualifications and pass the entrance exam. Within the Masters (from the third semester) we offer specializations in the areas of pedagogy, stage (performance) or curative pedagogy. The observation opportunities in the children's class, in the areas of early education and basic training as well as in elementary instrumental lessons are particularly special.
Graduates of the master’s course have, depending on their specification, a rich repertoire of methods for teaching as well as the ability to present music and movement in artistic form on the stage.
Teacher Training in Music
The students complete their required practice hours and exams. The registration for the courses takes place via lists. In addition, a 2-semester course can be chosen in the elective subject area. This also applies to primary school teaching.
Informations about elective modules
Instrumental- and Vocal Pedagogy
The training content largely corresponds to that of the teacher training courses. The registration for the courses is also done via lists. Visiting the events is also intended to serve as a “get-to-know” program for the decision to choose REMP as an educational specialization.
Pedagogical specialisation (PDF page 16)
The Dresden University of Music is the only university nationwide that offers students studying an instrumental major in conjunction with REMP and obtaining a teaching qualification for both subjects. The prerequisite for taking the compulsory elective module is the passing of the entrance examination in the IGP main subject. No separate entrance exam is required for the pedagogical specialization.
Rhythmics as a compulsory elective module in the artistic courses
Please refer to the compulsory elective modules on offer for the respective degree program.
Symposium on inclusion on September 8th, 2018 as part of the alumni meeting and the 16th rhythm workshop 2018 from September 7th to 9th. September in the Academy of Music Carl Maria von Weber Dresden
Institut Rhythmik Hellerau e.V. in cooperation with the Academy of Music Carl Maria von Weber Dresden
supported by Aktion Mensch
Thanks to the proven long-term cooperation between the university and the Institute Rhythmics Hellerau e.V., it was possible to bring this year's rhythm workshop together with the alumni meeting of the rhythmicists of our university and guests interested in the topic under the topic of "Rhythmics - lived inclusion". A total of 30 participants, including 17 HfMDD alumni, students, lecturers and guests, exchanged views on their professional development after graduation on Friday evening and gave valuable impulses from their own work on the subject.
Contacts for all professors, lecturers and staff can be found here