Flute is a practically oriented field focusing on the study and systematic mastery of the most demanding instructional and elocutionary literature for the flute. The Master?s programme deepens the circles of curriculum studied at the Bachelor?s level and enhances them in particular with further methodological curriculum. Above all, it develops and systematises skills and findings concerning the presentation of students? own skills within the scope of chamber ensembles, orchestras and solo performances.
The graduate must demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the world repertoire, and must have mastered all the requirements of soloist and orchestral playing. He or she must be sufficiently prepared for all forms of pedagogical work at the secondary and post-secondary level. He or she must have language skills and the ability to present a musical interpretation in all forms of modern media.
|Applications start||1st March 2018|
|Applications end||31st March 2018|
A condition of admission is successful graduation from a Bachelors programme in the same field. It is also possible to continue in the Masters programme after gaining professional experience. In addition to successful completion of a Bachelors programme, a further condition is the demonstration of quality in artistic practice. The Faculty reserves the option to impose additional supplementary requirements on candidates from other schools for purposes of evaluating the candidates level in subjects where there is a difference in curriculum between the study plans of the Music and Dance Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (HAMU) and the candidates previous school. The most important criterion, however, is successful completion of the entrance examination. The entrance examination has the repertory extent of a recital. It must include at least one composition from the common world repertoire (e.g. Mozart, Ibert) which is played from memory. Additional compositions are chosen in order to demonstrate the candidates suitability for the Masters programme.