Chamber Music Master
The aim of the Master's programme is to provide students with artistic, instrumental and social skills for the subject of chamber music in order to be professionally prepared for the diverse demands of later professional life.
In the course of study, challenging works of chamber music literature of all styles are worked on together.
The Master's programme is designed to enable students to reflect (analysis, understanding of text, variety of sound, intonation, stylistics) and to deal communicatively with the respective works within the various ensembles.
Musically versatile, able to work in a team, independent
Chamber music promotes musical versatility, the ability to work in a team and organisational independence. Deepening and expanding the repertoire, communicative music-making, reflection on one's own role in the ensemble, as well as the constant expansion of instrumental skills are the focus of the course.
The course of study is either in piano chamber music or string chamber music.
Dates & Deadlines
Dates & Deadlines
MA Chamber Music: Application deadline for winter semester 2024/25
Aptitude tests for the winter semester 2024/25*
*You will receive details of your aptitude test dates with your invitation approx. 3 to 4 weeks before your aptitude test appointment.
Admission to the Master's programme in Piano Chamber Music or String Chamber Music requires a completed university degree in the respective instrumental main subject and a passed aptitude test.
What do I need for the application?
Proof of German language skills
Here you will find a list of required German language skills for all degree programs. Please check which of these requirements apply to your degree program.
Piano chamber music
String Chamber Music
Lesefassung: Eignungsprüfungsordnung der HfMDK Frankfurt
[Nicht-amtliche Lesefassung. Stand: 18.12.2023]
Study and Examination regulations
The Study and Examination Regulations (SPO) set out the framework conditions and regulations for your studies. They apply together with the General Regulations (for Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes) or the SPoL (for teacher training degree programmes). All versions of the SPO for your degree programme (including earlier versions for students of previous academic years) can be found at Examinations.
Lesefassung: Allgemeine Bestimmungen für Bachelor- und Masterstudiengänge der HfMDK Frankfurt
Studien- und Prüfungsordnung für den Masterstudiengang Kammermusik (2021)
[103/2021, 30.06.2021] Gültig für Studierende mit Studienbeginn ab WS 2021/22