Programme-specific measures

For study programmes whose curricula involve regular activities with higher transmission risks (e.g. close contacts, larger groups in rooms), specific protection concepts are elaborated by the programme management in cooperation with the COVID-19 task force of the MUK. The specific protection concepts are communicated by the heads of the study programmes and the COVID-19 representative of MUK in the respective study programmes.
 

At the Faculty of Music and in the Study Programme Instrumental (Vocal) Pedagogy (IGP), the following classes are possible in presence:  

  • Individual lessons: maximum 1 student and 1 teacher or 1 student and 1 teacher and 1 accompanist.
  • Ensemble or chamber music lessons: maximum 4 students and 1 teacher
  • Individual courses accompanying the Central artistic subject exclusively in consultation with the head of the programme: maximum 2 students and 1 teacher
  • Teaching practice courses: maximum 2 students and 1 teacher (no external student teachers)
  • Audition and competition preparations are possible in accordance with the applicable protection concepts after consultation with the programme management.
  • Individual external teachers for masterclasses/workshops exclusively in consultation with the head of the study programme: a maximum of 4 students and 1 external person as a lecturer who has been made aware of the Corona safety measures of the MUK.
  • Individual classes up to the maximum permitted room occupancy are permitted in consultation with the responsible head of study programme (however, a maximum of 4 singers).


At the Faculty of Performing Arts and in the Study Programme Master of Arts Education (MAE) , the following teaching practice classes are possible:  


Study Programme Singing and Opera:

  • Individual lessons: maximum 1 student and 1 teacher (without FFP2-masks for students, with FFP2-masks for teachers, partitions); for the studies opera and operetta: maximum 4 students and 2 teachers per group (all with FFP2-masks).
  • Solo or class repetition: maximum 1 student and 2 teachers (repetiteur can also be a student; without FFP2-masks for students, with FFP2-masks for teachers and repetition, partition walls).
  • Individual courses accompanying the Central artistic subject exclusively in consultation with the responsible programme directors: maximum 2 students and 1 teacher or maximum 1 student and 2 teachers.
  • Individual external teachers for master classes/workshops exclusively in consultation with the head of the degree programme: a maximum of 4 students and 1 external person as a lecturer who has been made aware of the Corona protective measures of the MUK.
  • Individual classes up to the maximum permitted room occupancy are permitted in consultation with the responsible head of study programme (however, a maximum of 4 singers).


Study Programme Musical Theatre:

  • Central artistic subject and Dance-lessons in small groups: 4 students and 1 lecturer.
  • Individual lessons: maximum 1 student and 1 teacher or 1 student and 1 teacher and 1 accompanist
  • Individual courses accompanying the Central artistic subject exclusively in consultation with the responsible programme directors: maximum 2 students and 1 teacher or maximum 1 student and 2 teachers.
  • Individual external teachers for master classes/workshops exclusively in consultation with the head of the degree programme: a maximum of 4 students and 1 external person as a lecturer who has been made aware of the Corona protective measures of the MUK.
  • Individual classes up to the maximum permitted room occupancy are permitted in consultation with the responsible head of study programme (however, a maximum of 4 singers).


Study Programme Drama:

  • Central artistic subject small group: maximum 4 students and 1 lecturer.
  • Individual lessons: maximum 1 student and 1 teacher or 1 student and 1 teacher and 1 accompanist
  • Individual courses accompanying the Central artistic subject exclusively in consultation with the responsible programme directors: maximum 2 students and 1 teacher or maximum 1 student and 2 teachers
  • Individual external teachers for master classes/workshops exclusively in consultation with the head of the degree programme: a maximum of 4 students and 1 external person as a lecturer who has been made aware of the Corona protective measures of the MUK.
  • Individual classes up to the maximum permitted room occupancy are permitted in consultation with the responsible head of study programme (however, a maximum of 4 singers).


Study Programme Dance:

  • Central artistic subject small group: maximum half group students and 1 lecturer*.
  • Central artistic subject accompanying small group classes by arrangement with the course director
  • Individual lessons: maximum 1 student and 1 teacher or 1 student and 1 teacher and 1 accompanist
  • Individual external teachers for master classes/workshops exclusively in consultation with the head of the degree programme: a maximum of 4 students and 1 external person as lecturer to whom the Corona protective measures of the MUK have been brought to their attention.
  • Individual classes up to the maximum permitted room occupancy are permitted in consultation with the responsible head of study programme (however, a maximum of 4 singers).


Study Programme Contemporary Dance Education:

  • Central artistic subject small group: maximum 4 students and 1 lecturer
  • Individual lessons: maximum 1 student and 1 teacher or 1 student and 1 teacher and 1 repetiteur
  • Rhythm lessons: maximum 4 students and 1 teacher
  • Individual external teachers for master classes/workshops exclusively in consultation with the head of the degree programme: a maximum of 4 students and 1 external person as lecturer to whom the Corona protective measures of the MUK have been brought to their attention.
  • Individual classes up to the maximum permitted room occupancy are permitted in consultation with the responsible head of study programme (however, a maximum of 4 singers).


Study Programme Master of Arts Education (MAE):

  • Central artistic subject small group: maximum 4 students and 1 teacher
    Individual lessons: maximum 1 student and 1 teacher or 1 student and 1 teacher and 1 accompanist
  • Individual courses accompanying the Central artistic subject exclusively in consultation with the responsible programme directors: maximum 2 students and 1 teacher or a maximum of 1 student and 2 teachers.
  • Teaching practice courses: maximum 2 students and 1 teacher (no external student teachers)
  • Individual external teachers for master classes/workshops exclusively in consultation with the head of the degree programme: a maximum of 4 students and 1 external person as a lecturer who has been made aware of the Corona protective measures of the MUK.
  • Individual classes up to the maximum permitted room occupancy are permitted in consultation with the responsible head of study programme (however, a maximum of 4 singers).

 

Board examinations

Board examinations are carried out in accordance with the requirements of the respective programme management and in compliance with specific protection concepts. Students are informed separately about this by the programme management. In consultation with the respective programme management, external participants are permitted for board examinations in exceptional cases. If artistically necessary, candidates are permitted to perform without a mask during the board examination.

Examination preparations for the academic year 20/21 are possible in accordance with the applicable protection concepts.

Audition and competition preparations are possible in accordance with the applicable protection concepts after consultation with the head of the study programme.

For final examinations of the Faculty of Music, a total of up to 16 external and internal guests (incl. fellow teachers and students) are admitted to the MUK.podium and the Singerstraße Concert Hall subject to the conditions set out below:

  • All guests of the exams are allowed to enter the MUK only according to the 3G rule with negative Corona test, notice of recovery or vaccination.
  • A guest list must be prepared by the responsible study programs before the event and the attendance must be checked again at the examination. Persons not registered will not be admitted to the examination!
  • The guest list is to be kept together with the usual LV list.
  • Only the free seats are available for the guests, seats blocked with barrier tape remain blocked in any case — even if groups come who live in one household.
  • All guests must fill out the usual registration slip upon entering the MUK.
  • Please inform guests to arrive on time, as there may of course be a wait when registering.
  • The usual distance regulations and the obligation to wear an FFP2 mask at all times apply.
  • At the Singerstraße location, a review of the 3G rule must be ensured on the part of the study programs.
  • The final responsibility lies with the chairperson of the commission in consultation with the head of the study program; he*she can decide whether and how many guests (max. 16) will be admitted.


Performers/musicians must maintain a minimum distance of 3 metres from the audience at all times. Under no circumstances are performers and musicians to enter the audience area during a performance.

Downloads

COVID-19-safety concept of the MUK
(as of 10 June 2021, in German only)

COVID-19-safety concept of the MUK for external persons
(as of 19 May 2021, in German only)

Information on the Corona testing obligation
(as of 19 May 2021, in German only)

Quick guide for gargle test of the City of Vienna „Alles gurgelt“
(as of 23 March 2021)

Rules of conduct at the MUK
(as of 22 January 2021)


For teachers:

Contact list for COVID-19-contact-tracing in courses (in German only)

Room concept for presence teaching at the MUK (in German only, valid from 10 June 2021)


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