Course of Studies in Musical Performance

Course of Studies in Musical Performance

The course provides the basic practical and theoretical skills for the profession of "Musical Performer". Due to the requisite combination of singing, dancing and acting, the special feature of the genre of the musical, the course demands a high level of commitment, energy and stamina. The course also offers an opportunity to gain some initial professional experience through project work at the Theaterakademie as well as through internships with cooperation partners and on stages in Germany and abroad.

The Orientation Workshop will be held at the Theaterakademie on 22 and 23 May 2017. Everyone who is interested in applying for the course in Musical Performance can participate.

Application Deadline: 23 June 2017

Participation fee: 50€ per day

Apply now for the Bachelor's degree course in musical performance!

Application deadline: 26 July 2017
Start of course: summer semester 2018


The intensive course of studies in Musical Performance comprises a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree course:

  • Bachelor's degree course: six semesters and 210 ECTS credit points
  • Master's degree course: three semesters and 90 ECTS credit points

By means of dovetailing the two courses in the sixth semester, the Bachelor's and Master's degree courses can be completed in a total of eight semesters, i.e. four years.

Cooperation Partners

The course in Musical Performance is part of the cooperation between the Theaterakademie August Everding and the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München. The course takes place on the premises of the Theaterakademie at the Prinzregententheater in Munich.

Statement by the Director of Studies

Professor Marianne Larsen, Director of Studies of the Musical Performance Course

The first thing a desire to study musicals involves is liberating oneself from the idea of "the" musical. This is a genre that is undergoing constant transformation. The three dimensions of dance, song and drama can be explored with the urge to travel (and play), and they can fuse, leading to ever new horizons. Teaching the solid craftsmanship skills required for the profession is combined in an open atmosphere with confidence, elbow room and dynamic self-improvement, thus offering young talent scope for playful and creative development.