List of Subject-Specific Competences
1. Capacity to master artistic and technical skills.
2. Knowledge of the conventions of musical interpretation in different styles, genres and forms.
3. Ability to perform professionally music of different styles, genres and forms.
4. Capacity to perform the repertoire publicly in various cultural and social contexts and ability to develop public performance experience.
5. Ability to analyse, critically assess and independently master distinct artistic skills.
6. Ability to control the body and emotions on stage.
7. Ability to actively participate in the development of musical culture.
8. Ability to select and apply the most effective practicing and music performance techniques.
9. Ability to build up and realise concert programmes.
10. Ability to create, articulate and communicate musical ideas in various public and social contexts.
11. Knowledge of the musical language (music theory, analysis, harmony, polyphony), and understanding of composition techniques.
12. Ability to effectively apply theoretical knowledge (aural capacities and knowledge of musical repertoire) when practicing for musical performances.
13. Ability to develop a distinct artistic voice.
14. Awareness of standards of excellence and ability to convey the distinctive artistic concept through music performance.
15. Ability to create opportunities for work and artistic activities.
16. Ability to cooperate with other artists.
17. Ability to understand the interrelationships between theoretical and practical studies.
18. Ability to choose and apply professionally various artistic concepts of music performance.
19. Possession of a large repertoire of major instrument (voice) and ensemble music ranging from early to contemporary music.
20. Ability to perform solo repertoire and in various ensembles professionally and artistically.
21. Ability to analyse and critically assess creative processes and their role in contemporary cultural context, and music as culture in the changing context (production, distribution, consumption and reception).
22. Knowledge of national and international contexts for music performance activities.
23. Knowledge of music history within specific cultural contexts.
24. Ability to use new technologies in learning music and research processes.
25. Ability to use new technologies for development of new forms of artistic expression (where applicable).
26. Ability to communicate artistic ideas and artistic practice in writing, verbally and visually (where applicable).
27. Awareness of music practicing and health implications, safety and well-being of those involved in music practicing, performance and production activities.
28. Knowledge of the principles and understanding the system of art management and the legal side of artistic practice (copyright laws, patents, etc.).
29. Ability to assess a different demand of various audiences in music consumption and select the most effective communication forms and ways.
30. Ability to create different concepts that shape how music is created and perceived.