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Organ (master’s)

Organ students can earn a degree in the Music Performance program.

Successful graduates of the bachelor’s degree program can continue with a four-semester master’s program in Organ. The focus here is instruction in the performance major with the two concentrations of Organ Literature Playing and Liturgical Organ Playing. In the master’s program too, a broad range of electives offers students the opportunity of enhancing and deepening their own performance skills.

Detailed information about the sequence and contents of the program can be found in the Organ (master’s) module overview.


Available instruments

The following instruments are currently available for instruction or exams in the Organ major in cooperation with the churches: The University’s own concert and instruction organ with a total of 57 stops in the Albertus Magnus church, the Karl Schuke organ of the Melanchthon church in the institute building (IV/ped./50 stops), the Göckel organ in St. Peter (III/ped./57 stops), the Rieger organ in St. Margareta (III/ped./40). In addition, the University has access to instruments by the organ builders Albiez (III/ped.), Grenzing (II/ped.), Beckerath (II/ped.), Mayer (2 new instruments III/ped.), two historically significant instruments (South German Baroque organ/Italian Renaissance organ) as well as a whole number of other smaller instruments for various purposes.

Full-time instructors


 Prof. Jürgen Kursawa
 Prof. Torsten Laux


Proficiency test

Candidates for the Organ master’s program must complete a proficiency test. Requirements for the Organ master's program.

Proficiency in GermanInternational applicants must possess adequate German language skills. The B2 certificate (according to the Goethe Institute classification system) or a comparable qualification is required. This also applies to direct enrollment in a higher semester.Commencement of studies and application deadlinesIn the Choral Conducting master’s program, studies can commence in the winter or the summer semester. The application deadline is March 15 (for studies commencing in the winter semester) and November 1 (for studies commencing in the summer semester). The date-of-receipt stamp of the university applies.


Applying


The completed application form and supporting documents should be sent to the following address:

The Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf
Registrar’s Office
Fischerstraße 110
40476 Düsseldorf, Germany

The individual documents that must be submitted are listed on the application form.

Further information

Questions about the academic program will be answered by subject tutors and the Registrar’s Office.

Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf Fischerstraße 110, 40476 Düsseldorf
Fon: +49.211.49 18 -0 Fax: +49.211.49 11 6 18 www.rsh-duesseldorf.de