The Bachelor's program prepares highly talented violinists, violists, and cellists for an international career as a solo performer. The students receive instruction from internationally renowned artists, enabling them to attain a very high technical and artistic level. During the course they develop an interpretative, creative, and highly educated form of expression and learn to understand the theoretical, historical, and cultural aspects of music and to play alone or with others. The study environment nurtures their artistic, intellectual, and social skills. After successfully completing two academic years (BA phase), students graduate with a Bachelor of Music (B.Mus.) degree.
Prof. Susanne Stoodt
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