The Bachelor's program in Instrumental Studies (Focus: Performance) leads to a first professional qualification and prepares the student through practice-oriented training for the complex and diverse requirements of the music profession today. The program is designed to equip students with the sound knowledge and skills required for a career as a musician and music educator. Students master a varied and demanding repertoire and acquire the skills they need to meet the challenges posed by creative musicianship and to apply methodological expertise in their respective major.
Study and examination regulations
Applicants for the Bachelor’s degree program in Instrumental Studies (Focus: Performance) must provide evidence of a university entrance qualification (equivalent to the German Abitur) as stipulated by Section 54 Clause 2 of the Hessian Universities Act (HHG) of December 14, 2009, in the version from December 21, 2010. Applicants who do not have a university entrance qualification as stipulated by Section 54 Clause 4 Article 3 HHG can instead demonstrate their outstanding artistic talent by obtaining at least 19 of 25 possible points in the entrance examination.
Applicants for the Bachelor’s program in Instrumental Studies (Focus: Performance) must have a sufficient spoken and written command of German. Applicants for the Bachelor's program in Instrumental Studies (Focus: Performance) must also pass an entrance examination.
Prof. Florian Hölscher
Prof. Erik Schumann (deputy)