"To me RDAM means nice surroundings to develop in as I find great motivation in the environment and among my fellow students. I enjoy meeting so many colourful personalities both among teachers and students and together with them practise music across the boundaries of languages, cultures and traditions. The different starting points of people constantly put the music in new lights, which in daily life gives inspiration and nourishment to the process. I am never allowed to stand still.”
"You must love the process. It is necessary to devote yourself and identify yourself with your work with the music, even if at times it is a challenge to keep your focus. You spend many hours in the practice room with yourself and your instrument and it is important that you during this special work form can be alone without being lonely."
Cæcilie Grønkjær Tagmose
The Composition of the Programme
As a pianist you will receive tuition in your principal study, repetition, chamber music and accompaniment. You will also receive job orientated tuition that will develop your skills in piano ensembles, sight reading, transposition and figuration.
Interdisciplinary Chamber Music
Interdisciplinarity is an important part of chamber music. In the chamber music programme you will be able to develop as an accompanist, soloist and musician in smaller ensembles. You will have the opportunity to play with both students and teachers from other departments. You will also be able to increase your repertory within opera and voice together with the voice students.
Special Soloist Programme
The piano students have the possibility of taking a special soloist programme within repetition, accompaniment and chamber music. During the two year programme you will specialise in two of the subjects.