This degree programme empowers ensembles to perform in public in a competitive environment. Its graduates possess the technical, musical and social skills required for ensemble playing at a professional level and for putting together appropriate concert programmes. They have discovered their personal, artistic form of expression, they see performance as a creative act and have everything they need to realise their artistic potential.
One of the main aspects of the course involves coaching for internal and public concerts by lecturers whose good name and extensive experience in chamber music playing go a long way to explaining the success of this programme. This major is also suited to training for piano duos, vocal duos and piano accompaniment.
Applications are invited from existing ensembles seeking to work on the professional circuit and with experience in playing together. It is vital that the ensemble stays together throughout the course. An ensemble consists of at least three persons. Exceptions: piano duos, vocal duos and piano accompaniment.