Chamber Music

Chamber Music

A chamber music class as a main discipline is open to students who hold at least a 1st cycle diploma in instrumental studies from the École normale de musique de Paris or a higher music education establishment.

Each level has its own set of complementary teaching units, either mandatory or optional, depending on the course of study chosen.

Graduate Cycle | Mastère Diploma

(2e Cycle Supérieur)

TEACHING UNITS

  • Chamber music lessons
  • History of Music (1 to 3 years)
  • Specialized History (1 to 2 years)
  • Analysis (1 to 3 years)
  • Sight-reading (1 to 2 years)

Artist Diploma

(3e Cycle Supérieur)

TEACHING UNITS

  • Chamber music lessons
  • Career management workshop. This workshop consists of 5 sessions from October to March. The program of the sessions consists mainly of case studies. It covers the following topics: legal and social status of the professional musician, contracts, writing CVs and professional promotion, specificities of the actors in the musical world, search for patronage.
  • Workshop according to the instrument (piccolo, bass clarinet, piano accompaniment workshop)

Advanced Class

(Perfectionnement)

The Advanced Class is a study cycle in a professionalization class lasting from 1 to 3 years.

It is accessible to students who have completed the 3rd cycle of the institution (artist diploma) or, for new students, by audition and presentation of a CV.

Teachers

Chamber Music teachers