Singing Pedagogy

Singing unfolds to the extent in which it grows out of listening and attentive awareness. Yehudi Menuhin

Are you a singer, enjoy creating music and would like to pass it on to other people in concerts and lessons? Do you have project experience and previous training in solo and choral singing, would you like to expand your repertoire and your artistic skills, give concerts, sing in an ensemble and lead choirs? Then the singing pedagogy course could be just the right thing for you!

From the second year of training, you will set up your own concert project, sit in on music schools, deal intensively with the anatomy and physiology of the voice and build up your own choir work. You will gradually grow into the possibilities and demands of professional life as a freelance singer and singing teacher.

Main subject singing, minor subject piano, accompaniment, singing pedagogy, interpretation, choir conducting, choral voice training, vocal ensemble, improvisation, musical phenomenology, music education, musical composition, ear training, music theory, music history, theory of form, anthroposophical anthropology, eurythmy, choir, acting, concert and project management, etc.

Singing Pedagogy at MenschMusik Hamburg
Possibility of training after the “School of Voice Unveiling”
Anthroposophical anthropology as the basis of education
Musical phenomenology as an interdisciplinary method

Nicht ein Studium – Dein Studium
Not just another studies – it’s all about your studies!
Individual focus in the study design
Learning in projects – “Involve me and I learn”
Study support by a mentor

Standard Period of Study
4 years

Admission Requirements
Requirements for the entrance exam:

  • Audition of three works from different stylistic epochs, sight-singing
  • Basic knowledge of the piano or another harmony instrument
  • Oral test in music theory and ear training
  • Motivational talk

Structure of the Training
(…structure plans in revision)

Qualification as a freelance singer, singing teacher and choir director

Start of studies
September 23, 2024

Matthias Bölts,