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Application & Requirements Master Flute

Entrance Examination

Admission Requirement:
Bachelor of Music or Diploma

 

 

Language requirements:

For enrolment: language certificate at least level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)

  • Certificate of the Goethe-Institute B1 or
  • European Certificate B1 or
  • UniCert I or
  • a comparable language certificate

The study programme can be taken up for a limited period of time for one semester if the required language certificate is not available until matriculation. The first semester must be used for learning the German language. The college offers its own language courses for a fee. In order to be able to continue the studies, language skills must be demonstrated at the required level at the end of the first semester.

Main Subject:

  • A concert from Mozart or Reinecke, 1st+2nd movement
  • A baroque sonata or baroque solo piece
  • Dutilleux-Sonatine, Böhm-Grand Polonaise, Böhm-Nel Corpiu, Martin-Ballade, Enescu-Cantabile e presto, Reinecke-Undine, Taffanel-Freischütz or Schubert-Trockne Blumen
  • A solo piece from the 20th/21st century

You may be prompted to play a prima-vista piece. Works not mentioned in the above list need to have accompaniment provided by yourself. The examination committee will make a selection from the prepared programme.

 

Course of Studies

Duration:

4 Semester

 

Study Contents

- Individual lessons with artistic-instrumental focus
- Regular correpetition
- Specialisation in solo or ensemble
- Focus Ensemble: Orchestra and Chamber Music
- Focus solo: With special artistic aptitude
- Free choice from the scientific and musical seminars

 

Entrance Examination

Admission Requirement:
Bachelor of Music or University Diploma

Additional requirement: Qualified job expirience of at least one year (with a copy of the work contract or proof of freelance artistic work). Practical work expirience may have been obtained during a former study course.

 

 

Language requirements:

For enrolment: language certificate at least level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)

  • Certificate of the Goethe-Institute B1 or
  • European Certificate B1 or
  • UniCert I or
  • a comparable language certificate

The study programme can be taken up for a limited period of time for one semester if the required language certificate is not available until matriculation. The first semester must be used for learning the German language. The college offers its own language courses for a fee. In order to be able to continue the studies, language skills must be demonstrated at the required level at the end of the first semester.

The focus on orchestral practice in the Master's programme is carried out in cooperation with the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra.

The application is open only to those who have already applied to the "Kurt Masur Academy", the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra Academy, and have received a confirmation of participation in the audition at the Dresden Philharmonic. The application to study at the HfM Dresden is a prerequisite for participation in the audition at the Dresden Philharmonic.

Examination

After passing the trial at the Dresdner Philharmonie, an additional examination at the HfM Dresden has to be completed. Both examinations happen at the same day in the same place. The examination at the HfM consists of an:

- Artistic presentation of Orchesterstellen and Probespielkonzerte (15-20 Min). The programme should be oriented at the repertoire of the Dresdner Philharmonie e.V. Kurt Masur Akademie/Orchesterakademie trial repertoire, of the current tender period.

 

    Course of Studies

    Duration:

    4 Semester

     

    Main Subject

    • Study course in cooperation with the Kurt Masur Academy/Orchestra Academy of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra
    • Individual instrumental lessons at the college, usually with teaching musicians of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra
    • Participation in intensive rehearsals and concerts of the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra as well as CD productions and international concert tours with up to 16 orchestral performances per month

    Subsidiary Subjects

    • Courses in music physiology, musicology and theory, contract law and copyright law as well as other events to promote the start of a career will round off the course of study

    Study fee: 1.000 Euro
    Monthly compensation by the Dresdner Philharmonie: 850,00 Euro brutto

     

    Please check first, if your instrument has open positions announced:

     

    After applying with the above link, you can submit your application for Master Orchestral Practice here:

     

     

    Entrance Examination

    Admission Requirement:
    Bachelor of Music or University Diploma

    Additional requirement: Qualified job expirience of at least one year (with a copy of the work contract or proof of freelance artistic work). Practical work expirience may have been obtained during a former study course.

     

     

    Language requirements:

    For enrolment: language certificate at least level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)

    • Certificate of the Goethe-Institute B1 or
    • European Certificate B1 or
    • UniCert I or
    • a comparable language certificate

    The study programme can be taken up for a limited period of time for one semester if the required language certificate is not available until matriculation. The first semester must be used for learning the German language. The college offers its own language courses for a fee. In order to be able to continue the studies, language skills must be demonstrated at the required level at the end of the first semester.

    Main Subject:

    • A concert from Mozart or Reinecke, 1st+2nd movement
    • A baroque sonata or baroque solo piece
    • Dutilleux-Sonatine, Böhm-Grand Polonaise, Böhm-Nel Corpiu, Martin-Ballade, Enescu-Cantabile e presto, Reinecke-Undine, Taffanel-Freischütz or Schubert-Trockne Blumen
    • A solo piece from the 20th/21st century

    You may be prompted to play a prima-vista piece. Works not mentioned in the above list need to have accompaniment provided by yourself. The examination committee will make a selection from the prepared programme.

     

    Course of Studies

    Duration:

    4 Semester

     

    Study Contents

    - For orchestral instrumentalists who already have a first degree and are active for at least one year
    - Individual schedule
    - Music-theoretical block seminars
    - Master project as a degree

    1400 Euro tuition fees per semester

    Entrance Examination

    Language Requirements

    For application: Proof of German language skills at least at level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) (e.g. Goethe Certificate Start Deutsch 2/telc Deutsch A2, UniCert Basis)

    For enrolment: Proof of German language skills according to level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The following language certificates are accepted:

    • TestDaF Level 3 (Test German as a Foreign Language, level 3) or
    • DSH-1 (German language examination for university entrance, level 1) or
    • European Certificate B2 or
    • UniCert II or
    • a comparable language certificate

    The study programme can be taken up for a limited period of one semester if the required language certificate is not available until enrolment. The first semester must be used for learning the German language. The college offers its own language courses for a fee. In order to be able to continue the studies, language skills must be demonstrated at the required level at the end of the first semester.

    Examination:

    - Working on a prepared ensemble piece (e.g. canon, rythmic piece, ca 15-20 minutes) with a group
    - Main instrument performance (one piece, 5-10 minutes)
    - Practical implementation of a specified ensemble situation
    - An interview of circa 10 to 15 minutes regarding the motivation for studying music pedagogy and pedagogical topics

     

    Course of Study

    The Masters in Instrumental and Vocal Pedagogy is a one-year consecutive course of studies. It is directed at students who can demonstrate an initial qualified university diploma with ca. 30 ECTS points in Instrumental/Vocal Pedagogy. It serves as the extension and intensification of the qualifications earned in the first study section.

    - One-year consecutive course of studies
    - To broaden and deepen the qualifications acquired in the first phase of studies
    - Choice of two profiles:
    - Music Communication or
    - School Music
    - The course of study is completed by as Master‘s thesis

     

    Entrance Examination

    It is required to have an initial job-qualifying certificate (bachelor, diploma, magister or state examination) with an instrumental or vocal focus. Additionaly, musical aptitude is tested according to the entrance examination regulations of the Music University Carl Maria von Weber Dresden.

     

    Language requirements:

    For enrolment: language certificate at least level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)

    • Certificate of the Goethe-Institute B1 or
    • European Certificate B1 or
    • UniCert I or
    • a comparable language certificate

    The study programme can be taken up for a limited period of time for one semester if the required language certificate is not available until matriculation. The first semester must be used for learning the German language. The college offers its own language courses for a fee. In order to be able to continue the studies, language skills must be demonstrated at the required level at the end of the first semester.

    Main Artistic Subject:

    The entrance examination consists of an artistic presentation with a duration of 20-25 minutes, including three pieces of New Music of distinc style. The examination will take place at the institution, within which the applicant wants to spend his first year of stuty (home institution).

    As part of the examination, the applicant will be interviewed about the planned course of study. A successful examination at the home institution entitles for continuation of study in the second year of study.

    Course of Studies

    Duration:

    4 Semester

     

    Study Contents

    The international Master in New Music of the Universities of Bern, Dresden and Salzburg is a consecutive Master with a special artistic profile.

    - Expansion of existing instrumental/vocal qualifications of an initial musical course of study, into the area of New Music
    - Aquisition of extensive knowledge and skills with regards to repertoire and playing techniques
    - Deepening of understanding New Music