Study Musical Performance (Master of Music)

Regular course length 4 semesters
Course leading to the degree of Master of Music

Course content and objectives
The course for the Master’s degree in Musical Performance is intended to give the student a greater depth of mastery of his or her instrument, personal interpretational skills and personal style, and so to foster the development of an outstanding artistic personality. The associated skills go far beyond what is generally demanded of candidates for positions in orchestras or comparable jobs.
Enhancing the mastery of an instrument and the student’s artistic individuality in this way requires a curriculum that is at one and the same time highly concentrated and highly flexible. Accordingly, an even more pronounced emphasis is placed on developing the student’s skills in his or her principal instrumental study subject than is the case during the Bachelor’s degree course. Individual tuition is supported by obligatory participation in orchestral playing and/or chamber music. In addition, a subsidiary subject is offered which, in consultation with the principal subject tutor, may be chosen completely freely, basically from the entire spectrum of courses available at the HMTMH, to match the individual student‘s existing knowledge and skills and the profile that he or she wishes to develop.

Who is the course aimed at? / Career outlook
Outstanding graduates of instrumental performance courses (with a Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent qualification) who possess an out-of-the-ordinary stage presence may apply for admission to this Master’s degree course. Whether the candidate possesses the particular degree of artistic aptitude required for the Master’s degree course will be determined in an acceptance procedure (admission examination). The Master’s degree course aims to prepare students for solo careers or to occupy prominent positions in orchestras or ensembles.

 

Download (partly just available in German language)

Video about teaching and practicing with HMTMH Prof. Frank Bungarten, guitar.
Only available in German. Source: wissen.hannover.de

Representative Professor

Examination Office

  • Judith Degro

    Akademische Angelegenheiten | Prüfungsamt Gesang, Klavier/Tasteninstrumente, Künstlerisch-pädagogische Ausbildung

    Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media
    Neues Haus 1, 30175 Hannover
    E001 | Hindenburgstraße 2-4

    Phone: +49 (0)511 3100-7254
    judith.degro@hmtm-hannover.de

    Office hours: Mo, Di, Do, Fr 09:30-12 Uhr | Di, Do 14-15:30 Uhr | und nach Vereinbarung

Student Registration Office

  • Beate Heitmüller

    Akademische Angelegenheiten | Immatrikulationsamt, Jungstudierende, Soloklasse

    Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media
    Neues Haus 1, 30175 Hannover
    E007 | Hindenburgstraße 2-4

    Phone: +49 (0)511 3100-7223
    beate.heitmueller@hmtm-hannover.deI-amt@hmtm-hannover.de

    Office hours: Mo, Di, Do, Fr 09:30-12 Uhr | Di, Do 14-15:30 Uhr | und nach Vereinbarung

  • Leonie Ehrl

    Akademische Angelegenheiten | Immatrikulationsamt, Jungstudierende, Soloklasse

    Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media
    Neues Haus 1, 30175 Hannover
    E007 | Hindenburgstraße 2-4

    Phone: +49 (0)511 3100-7224
    leonie.ehrl@hmtm-hannover.deI-amt@hmtm-hannover.de

    Office hours: Mo, Di, Do, Fr 09:30-12 Uhr | Di, Do 14-15:30 Uhr | und nach Vereinbarung

Last modified: 2021-04-12

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