Competencies Matrix of the Curriculum

the corresponding competency is developed in this module:
depending on the student's choice:
                     

Year 1

 
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
Individual Class Main Subject 1
Guest Teachers 1
Group Class Main Subject 1
Supplementary Technique Class 1
Project Week 1
Propaedeutic Band
Propaedeutic Audition
Music Production
Tilt Band 1
Ensemble Visit CFT 1
General Minor 1
Piano
New Band 1
Vocal Ensemble
Duo Class 1
Music Theory 1
Harmony at the Piano 1
Rhythm Lab 1
Vocal Accompaniment 1
Education
Music History
Study Group 1
Interdisciplinary Project 1
Start Project Week
 
 
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5

Year 2

 
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
Individual Class Main Subject 2
- Technical Exam inclusive
Guest Teachers 2
Group Class Main Subject 2
Supplementary Technique Class 1
Project Weeks 2
Elective Band
Audition 2
Critical Response Process
General Minor 2
Piano
New Band 2
Tilt Vocals 1
Music Theory 2
Harmony at the Piano 2
Vocal Accompaniment 2
Methodology
Study Group 2
Entrepreneurship
Electives
 
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5

Year 3

 
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
Individual Class Main Subject 3
- Technical Exam inclusive
Guest Teachers 3
Group Class Main Subject 3
Band Coaching 1
CFT Coaching
Audition 3
General Minor 3
New Band 3
Duo Class 2
Music Theory 3
Film Music History
Traineeship
Research
Electives
 
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5

Year 4

 
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
Individual Class Main Subject 4
- Technical Exam inclusive
Guest Teachers 4
Group Class Main Subject 4
Band Coaching 2
CFT Coaching
Final Audition
   
General Conducting
Traineeship
Electives
 
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5

 

A

 

Artistic domain

     

A1

 

Vision and creativity

    The musician is a committed artist who is able to develop convictions and views in his own discipline and to communicate these in the professional field of music
A11   has developed a musical-artistic personality allowing him to make music through an expressive language and professional drive
A12   is able to work (re)creatively with diverse musical concepts, styles and modes of interpretation and to further shape these while playing music
     

A2

 

Communication

    The musician is able to effectively and efficiently communicate his musical choices in different contexts and to convey the artistic importance of music to others
A21   explores artistic possibilities in interaction with target groups
A22   is able to present himself alone and/or in group situations
     

A3

 

Ability to cooperate

    The musician is able to collaborate with others and to actively contribute to a collective product or process
A31   possesses the social and communicative skills required to participate in various types of musical collaborations
     

B

 

Musical/technical domain

     

B1

 

Musicianship

    The musician cultivates a broad range of professional expertise and skills, allowing him to exercise his profession both in the national and in the international fields of music
B11   possesses a sophisticated musical imagination which he uses to support his choices in practical situations
B12   possesses the musical instrumental/vocal competencies to produce music in a chosen field of repertoire while taking into account its historic and stylistic context
B13   has mastered sufficient repertoire (solo/band/ensemble/choir/orchestra) to function in a professional setting
B14   is able to master new repertoire
B15   knows how to use and manage relevant prerequisites
     

B2

 

Analytic skills

    The musician is able to dissect music (cognitively)
B21   is able to analyze aural and/or written music based on his knowledge of rhythmic, melodic and harmonic patterns and forms, and to interpret and perform the music based on this analysis
B22   is knowledgeable about the relevant music literature, the historic and stylistic context of the performance practice, and is able to use this knowledge effectively in practice
     

C

 

Professional/social domain

     

C1

 

Cultural/contextual awareness

    The musician pays notice to broader cultural developments in society and integrates these in his professional practice
C11   is able to relate his own artistic functioning to developments in music and the other arts and the social context
C12   is able to position his own musical activities against the background of broader musical traditions, stylistic periods, cultures and regions
C13   is able to participate in the music industry and to enter into contact with other musicians, audiences and potential clients/employers
     

C2

 

Entrepreneurship

    The musician is able to independently carve his professional niche in the music industry
C21   is able to function as cultural entrepreneur of his own productions
C22   is able to present himself and his musical product (in terms of content, organization and financial aspects) to potential buyers
C23   adopts a professional attitude in his communications with clients and buyers
     

C3

 

Innovation

    The musician is able to explore and experiment within his own discipline, resulting in innovative musical processes and productions
C31   adopts an inquisitive attitude towards (the context of) further developments within his discipline
     

C4

 

Methodical and reflective practice

    The musician is able to act methodically and professionally, to reflect on his actions, and to give and receive feedback both independently and in cooperation with others
C41   possesses sufficient professional expertise, understanding and experience to critically assess his own artistic performance, and to permanently evaluate and further improve his artistic performance on the basis of this self-assessment
C42   is able to set realistic goals, to plan and work methodically and to reflect on his own activities
     

C5

 

Didactics

    The musician is able to organize and carry out learning situations in such a way that students are stimulated as much as possible to acquire new knowledge/skills
C51   possesses the didactic and methodical knowledge, understanding and skills to prepare, carry out and evaluate learning situations
C52   is able to design both short and long-term learning trajectories in line with the specific possibilities and ambitions of target groups
C53   is able to coach amateur music ensembles
C54   is able to create and/or arrange practice material for use in different educational settings