Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich
|Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich|
|type of school||Professional academy|
|closure||August 1, 2008 (integration into the Munich University of Music and Theater )|
|carrier||State capital Munich|
The Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich emerged from two institutions. In 1927 Jakob Trapp founded the Private Trapp'sche Music School , which was renamed the Trapp'sches Conservatory of Music five years later .
The second forerunner was the municipal vocational school for musicians , whose director from 1930 to 1936 was the composer Hans Lang .
In 1962, the state capital of Munich took over the sponsorship of the future Richard Strauss Conservatory , which was consolidated and restructured and named after the composer Richard Strauss . From 1967 to 1987 Peter Jona Korn was director of the institution.
On August 1, 2008, the Richard Strauss Conservatory was integrated into the Munich School of Music .
The conservatory offered training to become a professional musician or music teacher, which provides an entry point and a qualified basis for many other music professions.
All courses offered ended with a pedagogical or artistic diploma. The pre-diploma and diploma examinations were taken in front of a committee made up of representatives from a university (depending on the course, the University of Music and Theater Munich or the University of Music Nuremberg ) and lecturers from the conservatory. The certificate was issued by the cooperating university.
The range of subjects included a variety of instruments as well as the subjects of singing and jazz, folk music and elementary music education as well as Catholic and Protestant church music.
The following departments were offered:
- Chamber music
- Orchestra , choir
- Music education , methodology / didactics , teaching practice , internships , elementary music education , rhythmic-musical education, ensemble and arrangement as well as Orff instruments
- Music theory , ear training , composition
- Piano , concert harp
- Singing , voice training , speech training
- Church music , organ music
- Folk music , plucked instruments , accordion
- String instruments
- Woodwind instruments
- Brass instruments , timpani / percussion
- Early music , historical keyboard instruments , recorder , transverse flute , baroque violin , viola da gamba
- Opera school
- Song accompaniment , répétiteur
- Events, public musical performances
- Mathias Achatz
- Ute tree
- Ludwig Baumann
- Gregor Bürger
- Stefan Dettl
- Susanne Drexl
- Karl Edelmann
- Markus Elsner
- Johannes Enders
- Max Greger
- Joe Haider
- Sabine Hass
- Michael Hofstetter
- Dieter Kraus
- Axel Kühn
- Claudia Kunz-Eisenlohr
- Christian Ludwig Mayer
- Nick McCarthy
- Gregor Otto Papadopoulos
- Olivia Pop
- Franziska Rabl
- Claus Reichstaller
- Harald Rüschenbaum
- Wolfgang Sawallisch
- Marianne Schech
- Matthias Schriefl
- Stefan Temmingh
- Christa Williams
- Markus Zahnhausen
- Jan Zehrfeld
- Thomas Zoller
- From the Central Singing School to the University of Music and Theater. University of Music and Theater Munich, accessed on December 23, 2012 .