In a unique opportunity in Berlin, the Institute for Artistic Training in Early Music and Historic Performance Practice brings together teachers and students of historical instruments.
UdK Berlin offers a unique studying opportunity for highly gifted aspiring conductors: the Masters in Conducting and the Advanced Professional Training for Conductors.
As well as studies in the history and theory of music and theology, tuition emphasises choral and orchestral conducting, performance and improvisation in organ playing, piano and singing.
The piano department at the UdK Berlin has got an almost hundred-fourty-year-old prestigious history. Here you find information about the programme.
The tradition of the course of study in composition at the Berlin University of the Arts is reflected by many important names: Max Bruch, Engelbert Humperdinck, Franz Schreker, and Paul Hindemith, to name only a few.
All instrumental study programmes, as well as Composition and Conducting, are subsumed under artistic training.
The study course "Music Education" provides the necessary qualification for these who want to become teacher in music schools, other public institutions and in the private sector.
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Find information on the subject Music Theory at the Berlin University of the Arts, including information on the entrance exams.
The artistic training covers all orchestral instruments, piano, organ, plucked string instruments and historical keyboard instruments. This course of study prepares students for a career as orchestral players or possible soloists.
Training in keyboard instruments comprises the disciplines Piano, Organ/Improvisation, Harpsichord and Pianoforte at different institutes.
The study programme Artistic Training/Instruments includes the area of keyboard instruments: piano, organ, organ improvisation and as well historical keyboard instruments.
The course in sound engineering brings together a wide range of musical and technical aspects. Students learn about music history, theory of musical form, instrumentation and score-reading and study set works and different musical styles.