Performance is an integral component of the studies; about 500 students studying Classical Music, Jazz, Folk Music or Church Music at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Artss contribute greatly to the cultural life of Central Switzerland. The research undertaken by the Lucerne School of Music also acts as an important stimulus to society.
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Senior Management of the School, Lecturers' Association, Student Representative Body, Co-determination Committee.
The Lucerne School of Music emerged in 1999 from the merger of the Konservatorium Luzern, the Akademie für Schul- und Kirchenmusik Luzern and the Jazz Schule Luzern.
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The Lucerne School of Music has moved into a modern education, research and concert building on the “Kampus Südpol” just outside Lucerne.
The space for collaboration, knowledge sharing, exploration, learning and teaching.
Partnerships and cooperations with Lucerne's and Switzerland's most famous festivals and institutions.
The numerous ensembles are an indication of the vibrant and eclectic musical life that exists at the Lucerne School of Music.
Edwin Fischer, Walter and Maria Strebi, Charlotte and Pal Kiss-an der Heiden, Friedl-Wald, Ida and Albert Flersheim, Alois Koch Prize, etc.
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The Diversity unit provides students, lecturers and administrative staff with advice on diversity issues.
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