The Music Performance – Instruments specialization aims to prepare future instrumentalist soloists, orchestra instrumentalists, members of chamber ensembles, accompanist pianists, and teachers.

The study direction includes the following instruments: piano, violin, viola, cello, double bass, harp, guitar, flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, trumpet, horn, trombone, tuba, percussion, pan-pipe, and accordion. The theoretical musical subjects complete the specialized training, based on the technical and interpretative skills acquisition, specific to the repertoire of each instrument. The study of ensemble music (chamber music, orchestra) and the performing practice, materialized in recitals and concerts fulfills the students’ specialized training.


Compulsory Fundamental Subjects
Theory, Solfeggio, Dictate
Music History
Musical forms and analyses
Musical aesthetics
Introduction in Music Management

Compulsory Domain Subjects
Counterpoint and Fugue
Artistic practice
Preparing the Bachelor degree thesis
Foundations of Music Performance Theory

Compulsory Speciality Subjects
Chamber music
Orchestra /Ensembles
Solo performance and orchestral works
Accompaniment practice (piano)

Compulsory Complementary Subjects
Musical technology
Foreign language
Physical Education

Optional Subjects
One out of three every year
Baroque ensemble
Traditional music ensemble
Choir accompaniment

One out of four every year
Contemporary music
Jazz ensemble
History of piano performance
Ethics and academic integrity

Non-Compulsory Subjects
European culture and civilization
Musical semiotics