Course Concept

Training to become a Musical Performer - Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) / Master of Arts (M.A.)


Training for this demanding profession requires intensive full-time classes. The artistic core subjects (except dance) are taught in individual and group classes, while the other classes are usually held in small groups (usually 8-10 students). The select teaching team consists of experienced and successful specialists in the field. Workshops with competent, often well-known instructors and practical stage projects are also held. Through cooperating with established directors and choreographers, these prepare students to enter the profession.

Artistic core subjects I - IV


  • Solo singing
  • ensembles
  • song interpretation/performance class
  • répétiteur studies


  • Ballet
  • jazz
  • modern
  • step
  • Afro
  • condition
  • choreography


  • Principles (specific to musicals)
  • scenography and monologue work
  • project work and workshops


  • Body, breathing, voice
  • phonetics, articulation
  • text interpretation, text presentation

Artistic Practice I - III

  • Open stage
  • répétiteur studies
  • accompanying instrument
  • vocal function
  • ensemble singing
  • English
  • show choreography
  • song interpretation

These subjects are taught with different weightings in individual and/or group lessons and in intensive courses and project weeks (see course schedule).