While students of the Chamber Music programme from the University of Ostrava continue to develop their skills as solo performers, the majority of practical music tuition is focused on playing in a chamber ensemble. The course is concluded by a state examination. Graduates receive the title “MgA.”
Applicants may be admitted as part of a pre-existing chamber ensemble or as individuals, who will be grouped into new ensembles after admission. Those who apply as individuals may take the talent test individually, following the requirements specified for the relevant instrument.
Those who apply as part of a pre-existing ensemble may take the talent test collectively, performing a programme of works for the relevant type of chamber ensemble.
What will you learn?
Students of Chamber Music have the unique opportunity to develop their musicianship as part of a stable ensemble throughout the course of their studies, working under the supervision of first-rate artists/pedagogues with years of professional experience in chamber music performance. Students will gain stage experience in concerts organised by the Faculty and other collaborating professional institutions. On finishing the course, graduates will emerge as mature artists/ensembles capable of highly confident, original, and convincing interpretation of extensive and stylistically diverse repertoire of chamber music.
- Chamber music player
- Orchestral player
- Music teachers
Why study at the University of Ostrava?
- Top quality research-driven education
- Leading figures in their fields of expertise
- Individual teacher-to-student approach
- A wide variety of study fields
- Young, fresh, modern, open-minded spirit
- Strong emphasis on individual growth
- Flexibility and responsiveness due to the small size and youthful vigor of our university
- Emphasis on the 3rd role of the university – to act as local community leaders
- Great space for both students and academicians‘ supplementary activities
- The lively and poetic atmosphere of the formerly industrial city of Ostrava
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- Chamber Music
- Sight-Reading and Instrumental
- Orchestra and Accompaniment Practice
- Repertoire Studies
- Solo performance
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- 24 months
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
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- In order to be admitted, applicants must have successfully completed a Bachelor’s degree. Adequate level of musicianship and interest in chamber music are key prerequisites. Membership in a pre-existing chamber ensemble and practical experience with chamber music performance are welcome. Advanced ability to collaborate with other members of a chamber ensemble is expected.
- Language requirements:We recommend that you have reached the B1 English language level.
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International6090 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 3045 EUR per semester during 24 months.
EU/EEA6090 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 3045 EUR per semester during 24 months.
- 79 000,- CZK per semester
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