Submission materials: Complementary Subject Early Music and Jazz

After you are admitted to the Master’s programme, you will be asked to submit:

  • Representative recordings that demonstrate affinity with performance practice of Early Music (approximately 15-20 minutes)
  • a motivation letter (350-450 words) that answers the following questions:
    • your motivation for applying to the Complementary Subject
    • the way the Complementary Subject is integrated into your Master Project Plan


Deadline for submitting the recordings and motivation letter is June 1st. You will be informed of the outcome of the audition by July 1st.

Admission criteria Complementary Subject

  • musical and stylistic affinity with Early Music or Jazz
  • the ability to perform relevant repertoire
  • potential for development within the genre
  • the degree of integration between the Complementary Subject and the Master Project Plan