Recorder (Early Music) - Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien

Recorder (Early Music)

As well as substantiated engagement with all stylistic eras, the branch of study recorder (Early Music) offers opportunities to perform, orchestra productions and chamber music events. Workshops, masterclasses and seminars on a variety of topical issues complement the degree.

The field of study Music Education – Voice and Instruments (IGP) focuses not only on a comprehensive artistic recorder (Early Music) education but also on the development of pedagogical mediation and communication skills. The development of practical teaching skills is provided by the cooperating music schools of the city of Vienna, as well as by the supervision of the MUK teachers and helps the students to be able to independently develop according to their own pedagogically valuable convictions acting teachers.

Bachelor’s programme Recorder (Early Music)
Duration: 8 semesters                                              
Degree: Bachelor of Arts
Minimum age: 17
Recommended maximum age: 29

Curriculum BA Recorder (Early Music)
Syllabus BA Recorder (Early Music) (in German)

 

Bachelor’s programme Recorder (Early Music) IGP
Duration: 8 semesters                                              
Degree: Bachelor of Arts
Minimum age: 17
No age limit  

Curriculum BA Recorder (Early Music) IGP (in German)
Syllabus BA Recorder (Early Music) (IGP) (in German)

 

Master’s programme Recorder (Early Music)
Duration: 4 semesters                                              
Degree: Master of Arts
No age limit

Curriculum MA Recorder
Syllabus MA Recorder (in German)

 

Preparatory Course Recorder (Early Music)
Maximum age: 18                                                                                          

  

Certificate of Performance (CoP) Recorder (Early Music)
Duration: 2 semesters                                              
Degree: Certificate
No age limit

Syllabus CoP Recorder

Lecturers Recorder (Early Music)