Studies in Classical Music
Flute - Clarinet - Oboe - Bassoon - Saxophone
Students study works from the classical to the contemporary period, develop their virtuosity and shape their personal artistic identity.
Students’ progress is monitored every 2 months through music sessions, and twice a year students have the opportunity to present their work in concerts at the conservatory.
Attendance at the Woodwind School takes place at 4 levels (Preliminary – 2 years, Lower – 3 years, Intermediate – 3 years, Upper – 3-4 years).
In Preliminary and Lower the lesson lasts 40 minutes, in Middle 60 minutes and in Upper 80 minutes per week and the lesson is individual.
The student is required to attend the following general courses at the same time: Theory (3 years), Solfege (5 years), Harmony (3 years), Chamber Music (2 years), History of Music (2 years), Choir (2 years), Prima-vista, Morphology (1 year), Practical Teaching (2 years), Orchestra or small instrumental ensembles, Group wind exercises, Transfer.
On completion of the studies, the student takes part in a final examination for the Diploma or Diploma. Upon successful completion of these examinations, the student receives a Diploma or Diploma recognized by the State.