Programmes

Consort - Advanced Postgraduate Programme

Advanced Postgraduate Diploma of Recorder, Harpsichord, Viola da Gamba, Baroque violin, Baroque cello, Lute, Baroque trompet, Traverso flute, 120 ECTS
Music and performing arts

Institution The Royal Danish Academy of Music
Campus Study programmes within music and music pedagogy at the highest level
Duration 2
Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 3800 EUR
Website https://english.dkdm.dk/Studies/Studying-at-the-Academy/Departments/Consort

Description

Performance practice for your instrument and in the various styles is an important part of the Master's programme in early music. You will work with performance practice-related issues, and learn to seek information from relevant sources and express yourself in writing. The study programme in early music attracts some of the best teachers and artists in the field. Accordingly, part of the tuition takes the form of project work and master classes in an international environment. 

Read more about the Consort Advanced Postgraduate programme here.


Career Opportunities

We emphasise the students' artistic and instrumental development, which will prepare you for a professional career as an interpreter of early music. You will receive tuition in your principal study, chamber music and ensemble playing in large ensembles. 


Admission 


Applicants for Advanced Postgraduate level must apply online and attend to a live audition. 
This applies for both EU/EEA applicants as well as Non-EU/EEA applicants.

Read about RDAM's entrance examinations and repertoire requirements 
here

Application Deadlines

Find the application deadlines for RDAM's study programmes here

Tuition Fees

Full-degree students who hold a citizenship outside EU/EEA must pay a tuition fee each year. 

Read more about RDAM's tuition fees here.

Further Information 

The Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition.

General introduction to the Danish Educational System: The Danish Higher Education System

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education: http://en.ufm.dk/


Non-EU/EAA/CH applicants

Application date
Apr 01
Start date
Sep 01

EU/EEA/CH applicants

Application date
Dec 01
Start date
Sep 01

Study programmes within music and music pedagogy at the highest level

Description

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (RDAM) offers programmes in music performance, Instrument and Voice, as well as in Composition, Conducting and Sound Engineering, and electives in subjects such as Pedagogy and Church Music. The Faculty aims to foster and develop student’s individual artistic profile and technical skills drawing on a solid pedagogical foundation and years of artistic professional experience.

All Programmes are taught in English, which is also spoken by both Faculty and students.

RDAM has an extensive international network and cooperates with some of the world’s leading music academies. Students are ach year offered masterclasses with internationally renowned artists and educators both in person and through Advanced Audio Network Technology that connects RDAM to music academies across the globe. With more than 50% international students and a nationally diverse Faculty, RDAM is a great starting point for students embarking on an international career.

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