Singing (M.M., KA)

Beyond technical development and perfection of the voice, the programme for Master in Singing is devoted to an intensive and specialised artistic examination of singing-specific genres and fields of work. In addition to the expansion of a wide-ranging song, concert and opera repertoire, which complements the main subject, particularly in accompaniment lessons, there are a wide range of opportunities to gain in-depth artistic and practical experience, especially in the performing area. Scenic projects and opera productions take place regularly, which are primarily aimed at master's students. A special in-depth module enables additional focus in one of the elective areas of historical performance practice, new music or song design, opera repertoire and choir.

Subjects

The lecturers in the field of music are renowned musicians who perform in concert halls around the world. A close and co-operative exchange between students and teachers is of central importance in the field of music.

  • Start of studies Winter semester, October 1
  • Parameters of studies Full-time, regular period of studies of four semesters
  • Teaching languages German
  • Volume of studies 120 ECTS-points
  • Registration start From March
  • Semester fee 336,32 EUR

Here you will find the course plans and modular guides.

Department 1, office for students, are ready to provide information on studies and applying. 

Contact General advice on studies:

  • Email dezernat1@hfk-bremen.de
  • Phone +49 421 9595-1113

Study-related specialist advice from the dean of studies

The area of responsibility of the dean of studies includes questions about studying and teaching. In accordance with the examination and study regulations, the dean of studies ensures that the individual courses of study are progressed appropriately, decides on measures to ensure that the necessary courses are offered with adequate supervision and ensures that student interests are appropriately taken into account. The dean of studies supports you throughout your studies and coordinates subject-specific advice from lecturers. You can also contact the dean of studies to arrange further advice and if you have personal concerns or difficulties.

The application portal for first-year students in the first semester is open from March 1st to March 31st, 2024 for the winter semester 2024/2025.

All the important information on application deadlines, requirements and admission criteria are available under application.