Music Practice is one of the common threads in the curriculum for all instrumental and vocal students, spanning the entire study programme from the first year of the bachelor’s degree to the final year of the master’s degree. The subject provides the student with thorough training in making music and singing together, in the broad sense of the word. Within the five levels of Music Practice, the student will receive intensive instruction in basic repertoire and in specific performance practice, knowledge which he or she will need later as a professional musician in order to function as a member of a professional orchestra, ensemble or choir.
The student can expect to broaden his or her horizons by numerous masterclasses, lecture recitals, study trips, and projects, all of which are linked to the student's own discipline or, for example, are interdisciplinary in nature.
For more concrete information on fixed ensembles and projects, follow the link to the Music Practice vademecum.