The Master's program in Chamber Music aims to equip students with the social, artistic, and instrumental skills they require to be able to fulfil the diverse requirements of the profession as a chamber musician not only independently but also creatively. The program therefore encourages students to expand their repertoire and to study it in more depth, to develop their skills as communicative ensemble players, to reflect on their own role in an ensemble, and to continually expand their abilities on their own instrument.
Students in the Master's program can choose to focus either on piano chamber music or strings chamber music.
Curriculum piano chamber music (in German)
Curriculum strings chamber music (in German)
Module descriptions piano chamber music (in German)
Module descriptions strings chamber music (in German)
Study and examination regulations (in German)
Applicants for the Master's program in Chamber Music must have completed a university degree in their instrumental major and have passed the entrance examination.
Prof. Tim Vogler (Chamber Music, strings)
Prof. Angelika Merkle (Chamber Music, piano)
Head of Academic and Student Affairs
General program advisor and contact person for students with disabilities or chronic illnesses
Office hours by appointment
Room C 103