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Master of Arts in Specialised Musical Performance

A graduate qualification that meets the highest international Standards

Classical Music

The Master of Arts in Specialised Musical Performance offered by the FHNW School of Music is aimed at highly gifted students, providing them with individualised tuition that meets the highest international standards and dispensed by a team of renowned teachers. The programme equips students to become professional performers at the highest level, whether on the international stage or the independent scene.

Solo performance

Laying the foundations for a career as a soloist

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Contemporary music

In-depth engagement with contemporary music

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Improvisation

Creating new musical content in and off the Moment

to Improvisation

Choral conducting

Laying the foundations for a career in choral conducting

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Wind orchestra conducting

Laying the foundations for a career in wind orchestra conducting

to Wind orchestra conducting

Chamber music

Laying the foundations for a career as a chamber music ensemble

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Composition

An opportunity for talented composers to achieve the highest level of specialisation

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Lied performance

Laying the foundations for a career as a Lied Performer

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Music theory

Academic excellence and specialisation in the field of your choice

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Early Music

The Master of Arts in Specialised Musical Performance offered by the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis enables students to advance their knowledge in selected Early Music fields. The programme focuses on helping students advance their reflective performance practice to the highest possible standard. The programme is aimed at Master’s graduates who are capable of independent study and inquiry as regards the specialisations offered.

Early Music Medieval-Renaissance instrument/voice

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Early Music Historical performance practices Renaissance – Romantic instrument/voice

to Early Music Historical performance practices Renaissance – Romantic instrument/voice

Early Music instrumental improvisation

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Early Music Thoroughbass/Ensemble conducting

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