The programme is focused on perfect mastery of the main field and its technical and artistic issues, leading to a confident and deep orientation in the musical legacy of the past and in its stylistic periods.The programme at this level is considered to include preparation for and participation in international competitions ? both with a general focus and with a specialised focus on a certain sector of the repertoire from a stylistic and instrumental point of view.
Graduates of the Master?s programme represent the young generation of performers continuing the tradition of Czech interpretive art and of the great personalities of our music culture.In addition to concert activity in the Czech Republic and abroad, they also work in pedagogical roles at primary arts schools, conservatories and universities.
|Applications start||1st March 2018|
|Applications end||31st March 2018|
|Start of study:||1st October 2018|
For the entrance examination to the Masters programme, candidates will prepare a programme of 80-90 minutes in length, containing: - one composition or cycle of compositions from the 17th century - one significant work by J. S. Bach - one trio sonata by J. S. Bach - two major Romantic compositions by different composers - one significant contemporary composition