Master of Arts
in Music Performance

The Master of Arts in Music Performance is a full-time degree course[*]. This course requires total dedication from the student in terms of time and emotional commitment, to achieve adequate technical and artistic maturity. 

The Master of Arts in Music Performance is offered with the following Majors:

  • Instrumental/Vocal Performance
  • Wind Orchestra Conducting
  • Ensemble Conducting (Contemporary Repertoire)

 

[*] On request, and with approval from the head of study programs, the curriculum may be completed in three years. The number of ECTS credits, as well as the mandatory presence in all subjects, remain unvaried.

Course contents

(in Italian)

Description, objectives, and structure of the Major in Instrumental Vocal Performance

Description, objectives, and structure of the Major in Ensemble Conducting (contemporary repertoire)

Duration

The Master of Arts in Music Performance usually takes place in 4 semesters and corresponds to a total number of working hours equivalent to 120 ECTS credits[*].

Qualification achieved

Master of Arts in Music Performance

In-depth study in various Majors such as: Instrumental/Vocal Performance, Wind Orchestra Conducting, Ensemble Conducting (Contemporary Repertoire)

Type of Master

The Master of Arts in Music Performance is an independent Master's Degree programme under Swiss cooperation in accordance with the Konferenz Musikhochschulen Schweiz KMHS cooperation model.

Costs

A full list of fees may be found in the section Fees and Payments. A description of the standard costs for the Master of Arts in Music Performance is available on “Costs Master”.

Regulations

The regulations of the Master of Arts in Music Performance, as well as all other regulations of the University of Music are available on the section Study Regulations.

 

 

[*] If enrolled as a second Master's, 30 ECTS credits are normally recognised from the first Master's obtained, usually in the main subject (instrument/voice).

Admissions

To apply for the Master of Arts in Music Performance, you must complete the following steps:

  • complete the online application form by 31 March;
  • upload the required documents to the applications portal by 31 March;
  • take the admission exam(s);
  • if admitted, confirm your enrolment by the specified deadline;

All the information you need to complete the admission process for Master of Arts in Music Performance the can be found here:

Major in Instrumental/Vocal Performance

Major in Ensemble Conducting (Contemporary Music)

Contatti

Giulia Genini
Lorenzo Micheli
 
Co-Responsabile della Formazione
Co-Responsabile dell'area Performance
servizi.accademici@conservatorio.ch