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Non-degreePreparatory course for classical instrument and voice studies

Tuition fee $6,000.00 per year
Application fee $50.00 one-time
Deposit $450.00 one-time


The objective of this preparatory course is to prepare foreign students for the requirements of entry tests to Hungarian institutions of music of higher education. Besides systematizing their already acquired music knowledge and experience, they can improve their musical skills and theoretical knowledge. Thus, they can get apt to follow studies in higher education.

Programme structure

Instrument / voice first study: (1 lesson/week)
improving instrumental / voice techniques, deepening stylistic knowledge, learning about genres, developing skills for music interpretation, stage training

Chamber music / chamber singing: (1 lesson/week)
improving skills for playing music in an ensemble, taking part in the work of chamber groups of different set-up

Coaching with piano: (1 lesson/week, part of first study lesson)
developing musical repertoire to an artistic level, learning the skills for ensemble music-making

Theory of music: (2 lessons/week)
harmony and formal studies of baroque and Viennese classical music, analysis of baroque and Viennese classical movements, improvement of stylistic knowledge

Musicianship (2 lessons/week)
a comprehensive subject for improving muical skills, including vocal development of aural, writing, reading, rythmical, memory and transposition skills of music, practising concentration and self-adaptation for playing music

Piano (1 lesson/week)
natural instrumental techniques, improving technical and musical skills through studying works from different eras of piano repertoire, improving sight-reading, playing piano accompaniment

Music repertoire (2 lessons/week) – optional
an overall view of the history and styles of European music, obtaining further knowledge about genres by studying representative works of music of different stylistic eras

Folk music (1 lesson/week) – optional
studying treasures of folk songs (European, own national and Hungarian), improving analyzing techniques of folk music, obtaining further knowledge about ethno-musicology, getting an overall view of the history of Hungarian and international folk music research processes

Optional subjects:

choir, orchestra, wind orchestra, brass band, contemporary music practice, Hungarian language

Apply now! Fall semester 2019/20
Application period has ended
Studies commence
Sep 2, 2019

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States