Catholic and Protestant Church Music.
Shaping diversely and creatively. Filling empty spaces
Studying Catholic and Protestant church music means preparing yourself for a diverse job with many freedoms and possibilities: Making music with and motivating different kinds of people: children, adolescents, adults, elderly, professionals and amateurs. Refining and putting your own artistic potential into practice, realising your musical dreams. Bringing ecumenical Christianity to life. Musically supporting people in their life situations, being the focal point of culture, enabling a glimpse of heaven with music.
You should bring diversity, creativity, willingness for teamwork, appetite for innovation and enthusiasm.
Course Number: UV 066 750
Length of Study: 4 semesters (120 ECTS)
Degree: Matster of Arts (MA)
Credit Hours for the emphases:
Organ - Choral and Orchestral Conducting
Organ - Gregorian Chant
Organ - Composition of Church Music
Choral and Orchestral Contucting - Gregorian Chant
Choral and Orchestral Conducting - Composition of Church Music
Admission to the study program
Start of study: Winter semester & Summer semester
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