Read about the specific repertoire requirements for Non-EU/EEA aplicants to RDAM's Bachelor and Master's programmes below.
As a Non-EU/EEA applicant at Bachelor and Master's level you are required to submit an audition recording with your online application according to the specific repertoire requirements for your instrument/programme and the level you are applying for.
Click on your instrument/programme in order to read the repertoire requirements:
Please note, that the page you are directed to contains information aimed at EU applicants. You should only look at the repertoire requirements for the Principal Study Audition relevant to the level you are applying for. You are not required to demonstrate the playing of broken triads, major and minor scales. Set tests and sight-readings are also not a part of the repertoire for Non-EU/EEA applicants.
- Composition NOTE: Composition applicants must submit the score of 3-5 composed pieces showing both technical and compositional skills.
- Ensemble Conductor NOTE: Ensemble Conductor applicants must submit a video showing the applicant conducting an already learned piece with an ensemble or an orchestra. In the video, the applicant must also work with an ensemble or an orchestra with a piece that they have not already rehearsed. The video must show the applicant conducting, i.e. the camera should be placed by the side of or behind the ensemble or orchestra facing the applicant/conductor. The video should last no longer than 20 minutes.
- Music Teaching
- Orchestra Conductor
- Organ and Church Music
- Piano/Opera Coaching
- Tonmeister NOTE: Tonmeister applicants at Master's level must submit a production, including a production plan.Tonmeister applicants at Bachelor and Master's level will be contacted by RDAM in order to set up a telephone or Skype interview.
Please contact International Office for information on the interview. Additionally, applicants may be asked to do an extra interview focusing on the musical entrance examination, including piano, ear training/solfége and theory.
- Voice and Opera