Pre-baccalaureate Course
A program for those who do not yet possess the pre-requisites necessary for an Undergraduate University Degree Program or a Master Program.

The length of the program varies, according to the individual needs of each student.  Along with the study of their principal instrument, students will participate in piano, music theory and analysis, ear-training, and laboratories of vocal and instrumental ensemble music. More information.
Three-year Undergraduate Degree
Basic required courses are:  music theory and analysis, ear training, music history, composition, piano, and choral music.  Along with the study of the theory and the repertoire of one’s instrument, chamber music and orchestral formation are required.  Further studies include piano, harp-duo, literature, history and technology of the instrument, and the study of modern interpretive techniques.  Courses in acoustics, information technology for music, expressive techniques and body awareness and the study of a European language are also required.
The degree program trains students for employment as soloists, in chamber music groups, in chamber orchestras, symphony orchestras, and orchestras for musical theater/opera.
The three-year undergraduate degree is a necessary prerequisite for the Master Program, therefore students should take this into consideration when choosing their elective courses. More information.
Two–year Master Program
The Master Program is dedicated to the formation of professional musicians with a wide range of skills in all of the various areas of the music field, from composition to the use of new technologies applied to music. Today’s cultural panorama requires standards of higher education which prepare musicians for the new marketplace; they must be highly specialized, and versatile at the same time in order to function in today’s ever-changing musical world.
Required courses are:  instrumental technique and repertoire, vocal and instrumental ensemble and chamber music, technique and repertoire for harp duo. Additional courses include orchestral technique and repertoire, communication techniques and music management, show business law and legislation, figured bass practices, orchestra lab, and body control techniques. More information.
One-year Non-academic Course
Along with the study of instrumental techniques and repertoire, students are free to attend all courses and Labs offered in the Degree Programs.  They will not participate in exams, but will be awarded a Certificate of Participation. More information.