Piano – Field of study catalogue JAMU
The field is guaranteed by the Piano Interpretation Department. Since its inception, a number of experts in this field have already been educated in this field. During its development, the field has reached a format in which theoretical, practical and applied courses are represented and well interconnected. Therefore, the teachers of theoretical courses are well aware of the practical art projects in which students participate and they are thus able to utilise immediate practical knowledge in theoretical teaching.
“A graduate is well versed in basic interpretive and performance issues of the main stylistic periods
– is equipped with special knowledge necessary for the interpretation and performance of works of the Baroque period
– is able to independently study parts of chamber works
– is able to show off the results of his or her studies in a concert
– is able to perform his or her own teaching activities on the basis of instrumental practice and relevant training.”
After successfully completing his/her studies the graduate is able to:
- perform as a soloist;
- be a member of a classical chamber ensemble;
- teach a given instrument in an appropriate and qualified manner both with focus on solo and chamber play at art schools, conservatories or even academies.
A graduate can perform as a soloist, be a member of a classical chamber ensemble of classical and teach a given instrument in an appropriate and qualified manner both with focus on solo and chamber play at art schools, conservatories or even academies.
The study plan consists of compulsory, elective and optional courses and of compulsory artistic study outputs.
A student must obtain 60 credits for each year of studies and finish the studies with a state final examination in selected courses, graduation performance defence and bachelor’s thesis defence.
Contents and scope of the final examination:
Defence of the graduation project, Defence of the bachelor’s thesis, Psychology and Pedagogy, Methodology piano, History of the Instrument and its Repertory