Main instrument teaching is performed as one-to-one tuition, as master classes and seminars and as classes, including joint interpretation classes. The course also involves work with an accompanist as well as active participation in master classes, seminars and performance projects.
The chamber music activity is organised with scheduled hours and projects. It is emphasised that the student will gain experience working with ensemble formats central to her/his individual main instrument. In addition to scheduled hours and activities communicated through semester plans, students are asked to perform their own musical projects with fellow students and others. Digital tools will be used in tuition when relevant.
Parts of the lessons are mandatory. These parts are communicated at the beginning of the semester through Canvas.
The expected workload for students is 27 hours per credit.
Further information is given through Canvas at the beginning of the semester.
An individual performance test with no less than 20 minutes of performed repertoire set up in collaboration with the main instrument teacher.
Assessment: passed/not passed.
Faculty of Fine Arts