Master of Arts (MA) in Music
The Lucerne School of Music has originated from masterclasses which were taught every summer by the prestigious soloists of the world-famous Lucerne Festival. Eminent musicians such as Carl Flesch, Wolfgang Schneiderhahn, Edwin Fischer and others have thus created a tradition and spirit of music teaching which is nowadays still present in the Lucerne School of Music.
The study programmes for the Master of Arts in Music (classical music, jazz music and folk music) are taught in German. Teachers may agree to teach in a foreign language, however; many of them, of course, speak English, French, Italian or other languages. Nevertheless, to follow the classes and to make contact with locals easier, you need a certain fluency in German (written and spoken). In English, the Lucerne School of Music offers to qualified students an interesting range of study programmes for Certificates of Advanced Studies as well as prestigious masterclasses. Every summer, the Lucerne School of Music offers a cooperation programme with the Lucerne Festival Academy.
Lucerne School of Music offers the following Master degree courses:
•Jazz PerformancePerformance/Classical Music Interpretation
•Contemporary Art Performance
All Master’s courses can be taken either in the Classical or Jazz Profile.
Last updated January 23, 2018