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The Church Music and Organ Department at the Royal Danish Academy of Music (Movie)

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Published on Feb 6, 2012

The Church Music and Organ Department at the Royal Danish Academy of Music

STUDIES IN ORGAN AND CHURCH MUSIC
Comprehensive training with an internationally renowned teaching staff

DKDM offers the following study programmes:
Church Music with four main subjects
Organ repertoire playing
Liturgical playing
Choir conducting
Theory
Advanced postgraduate Diploma with one main subject
Organ repertoire playing

Application deadlines
Bachelor and Masters Programmes: EU/EEA Citizens: 1 December, Others: 1 April
Advanced Postgraduate Diploma: All applicants: 1 February

For further information please visit : www.dkdm.dk · www.visitdenmark.dk · www.studyindenmark.dk

The teaching staff of the organ department is composed of internationally-
renowned teachers, and the department's many international
students provide the foundation for a very diverse and inspirational
study environment, with modern rehearsal and concert facilities.

The Academy's organ centre is centrally located in the building, and houses a great stylistic variety of instruments for practice and teaching. The organ department co-operates closely with the other departments of the Academy, particularly the early music department. The organ department also collaborates with many of Copenhagen's principal churches, which provide practice and concert facilities for our students.

The Royal Danish Academy of Music (DKDM) is located in newly renovated
buildings in the heart of Copenhagen.

DKDM is Denmark's oldest and largest music academy specializing in classical music. DKDM offers a three-year bachelor programme, a two-year master's programme, and advanced postgraduate diploma programmes lasting from two to four years. All of the study programmes are designed to match the demands of a modern labour market for musicians and music teachers. The majority of the courses are aimed at performance at the highest level.

The Academy ascribes great importance to co-operation with the professional international music world, and students are trained by a large staff with the best professors and teachers from Denmark and abroad.

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