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Choral conducting

Laying the foundations for a career in choral conducting

The FHNW Master of Arts in Specialised Music Performance Choral Conducting is aimed at students with a Bachelor or Master’s degree in Music who wish to pursue a career as a choral conductor.

Perfecting conducting, vocal and instrumental techniques

Students will work with both secular and sacred choral music. This specialised graduate programme aims to produce knowledgeable, versatile and flexible professional choral conductors. Students perfect their conducting, vocal and instrumental techniques, and benefit from tuition that draws on the latest research in a variety of fields such as historical performance practice. Students also learn to adopt a critical approach to the use and reading of primary sources.

Overview

Learning from the best

Raphael Immoos is professor of choral conducting and conductor of various vocal ensembles at the FHNW School of Music. He was a member of the artistic advisory board of the European Youth Choir Festival, he conducted the Academic Orchestra Basel and managed the Cappella Nova vocal ensemble with a focus on contemporary music. In 2013, Raphael Immoos succeeded Fritz Näf as artistic director of the Basler Madrigalisten.

Admission process

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