Představení studijního programu

In the academic year of 2024/2025, we are opening a new follow-up master’s study program called “Historical Performance”, to which no more than 2 applicants will be admitted, for the following instruments: historical violin, historical violoncello, lute, historical flute, harpsichord and historical keyboard instruments, and historical voice.

The study program is accredited as a joint program with the Royal Conservatoire, the Hague.

The language of instruction is English, and study fees are charged in the amount of EUR 2,100 per one academic year.

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Termín podání do půlnoci 6. 5. 2024


  • Cíle

    Historical performance (European Master of Early Music - EMEM)

    The aim of this study program is to prepare the graduate:

    with a high level of skills in the performance area, including gaining control over a broad repertoire of the main field of specialization

    with a deep knowledge of the history and repertoire of instruments / voice

    with an orientation in the aesthetics of art including a knowledge of the development of artistic trends

    with practical experience gained through working on faculty or university projects (solo projects, chamber and orchestral projects often with international participation) and through experience gained from studying abroad

    with adequate ability to create research work

    with a knowledge of the principles of pedagogical work and an orientation in the current trends of teaching methodology in the given specialization

  • Uplatnění absolventa

    Graduates of Historical Performance demonstrate the following knowledge, skills and general competences:


    they show a wide knowledge of the repertoire in their relevant specialization and the repertoire of chamber ensembles

    they demonstrate the ability to explain the compositional principles and tectonics of the studied musical piece and a clear view of its interpretation

    they master the basic principles of pedagogical work and focus in detail on the current trends of the teaching methodology of their given study specialization which has an orientation in literature and foreign sources

    they have a deep knowledge of the field of history and literature of instruments within their given specialization, of music history, of aesthetics, and the development of artistic trends including an orientation in foreign literature and further develops them

    they are orientated in contemporary trends in pedagogy and psychology

    they know the key financial, commercial and legal aspects of the music profession


    they demonstrate highly profiled skills in their specialization, with an emphasis on solo literature and chamber performance

    they demonstrate skills in interpreting demanding compositions of a repertoire in a given specialization

    they can be a flexible member of chamber and orchestral ensembles,

    they have adequate practical skills in the field of leading chamber ensembles

    they have a command of a professional vocabulary, including foreign language musical terminology

    they are able to follow the current trends in their given specialization and can integrate them into their professional development

    they know the basic principles of creating a professional text

    they are competent in the use of technology and its applications

    they identify key questions about their artistic practice and they conduct artistic self-reflection

    General competencies:

    they realize the ethical and social dimensions of artistic activity and can take it into account in their work

    they observe general ethical principles

    they are in control of basic psychological principles, can work in a team, can communicate effectively with their fellow members and are able to express themselves verbally using appropriate structures

    they are capable of abstract thinking, analysis and synthesis

    they are capable of self-reflection, are open to the opinions in their surroundings and know the principles of democratic behaviour

    they work creatively with their acquired knowledge and skills

  • Pravidla a podmínky pro vytváření studijních plánů

    This study program revolves around a total of at least 120 credits for the two years of study combined. It has been created so that the student can achieve a minimum of 30 credits per semester (60 credits per year of study). The program is set out as follows:

    Compulsory subjects include core subjects for the Historical Performance program. To finalize their studies, students must write a master’s thesis, perform a graduate recital and provide documentation of the performance. This set of compulsory courses is designed to give the final total of credits an higher amount than 60. Compulsoryelective subjects include an expanding set of subjects that develops the content of compulsory subjects. It is designed so that the final sum of credits is higher than 30. Compulsory-elective subjects aim at: a) verifying the students' knowledge and competences in the form of practical projects, b) extending their knowledge in the field of historically informed performance practise of early music and language competences, c) building students skillset towards practice. Students in elective subjects can earn more than 7 credits. In the accreditation file we present the subjects we are currently recommending for the program, however, the group of elective subjects can be further supplemented with the subjects of other programs of HF JAMU, which will be gradually accredited. ECTS is used to create curricula. The lesson takes 45 minutes and such lessons are generally planned to take 2 teaching hours, i.e. 90 minutes.

  • Návaznost na další studijní programy

    Graduates may continue their studies in the Doctoral Degree Program.

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