Performance, Classical Music – Chamber Music and Soloist

In the Chamber Music and Soloist programme you get great opportunities to develop your musicianship through individual tuition, chamber music coaching and individual artistic projects. Our teachers are among the foremost musicians and pedagogues within their respective fields.

Teaching at highest international level

With teaching at the highest international level in over 10 different instruments, the two-year master's programme offers a dynamic study environment with many other skilled students. You will have a common base in classical music but you will choose one of four approaches:

  • classical music – chamber music/soloist
  • classical music – orchestra
  • classical music – early music
  • classical music – Edsberg Manor

For this purpose, chamber music in different orchestras is an essential part, and the profile is open to apply to for song and all instruments in classical music:

  • accordion
  • bassoon
  • clarinet
  • double bass
  • flute
  • French horn
  • guitar
  • harp
  • oboe
  • organ
  • percussion
  • piano
  • saxophone
  • trombone
  • trumpet
  • tuba
  • viola
  • violin
  • violoncello
  • vocals


General entry requirements for second cycle programmes:

  • Bachelor’s degree of at least 180 ECTS or equivalent.

There are also specific entry requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in music and passed entrance tests.

Test descriptions for entrance examinations tests

How to apply

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Programme Content

Focus in the main instrument courses is solo play on your main instrument, repertoire studies and performance practice, as well as public performances. In addition, oral reflections and discussions concerning artistic and technical considerations are central.

In the ensembles and chamber music courses, the interpretation coaching and interpretation of chamber music works in separate crews (duo and larger) which takes into account the specific repertoire of the individual instrument. The repertoire is planned so that it reflects versatile historical epochs and existing genres.

An endeavor is that as much as possible of the ensemble training results are reported in concert form.

The subsidiary support courses include seminars in historical performance practice, mental training and stage preparation as well as the freelance market. All in order for you to be well prepared for a professional life as a concerted musician.

The studies contain an independent degree project with the emphasis in an artistic musical presentation that is to be reported and documented. This often involves a larger own concert or other artistic production together with a written report of the work process as a finish of your education.

The programme also gives you the opportunity for collaborative projects with students in composition and conducting at KMH.

After the Programme

The programme prepares you primarily for a professional life as chamber musician, orchestra musician and soloist at a high international level, but the work of a musician can change character several times during a professional life. Many former students switch between freelance assignments as a soloist, concerts in chamber music contexts and project positions in the world's various orchestras.

The programme also prepares for further studies at the artistic research level.