A Master’s degree program builds off of a first-level degree and leads to a higher degree, indicating specialization in a chosen field. Its goal is to deepen and further the abilities developed in the first level of study. Admission to a Master’s program requires the applicant to have graduated from a college of Music or a comparable domestic or international institution and a successful audition.
Master’s programs generally are completed in two years, or four semesters. These courses of study lead to the degree Master of Music (M. Mus.) or Master of Arts (M.A.).
The HfMDK currently offers the following Master’s programs:
• Choreography & Performance
• Vocal Performance
• Historical Practice of Interpretation
• International «Ensemble Modern» Academy
• Church Music
• Chamber Music
• Kronberg Academy Master
• Artistic Instrumental Studies
• Music Pedagogy
• Solo Coaching
• Theater & Orchestral Management
• Contemporary Dance Education