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Prague Prague

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Krymská 14
Praha 10
100 00

AMU

AMU

Prague Prague

Education

With its approximately 1,500 students, the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague is the largest arts school in the Czech Republic. Its large number of applicants and demanding entrance examinations enable AMU to maintain a high level of selectivity in all three of its faculties. The number of students remains stable, the drop-out rate is consistently low, and graduates’ success on the job market is high. AMU offers its students the opportunity to further develop their talents and to refine their specific personal presentation in the areas of theatre, film, music and dance. It provides them with a deep immersion into their respective disciplines in the context of European culture, and enables them to identify their own place in Czech culture, which is determined by a unique blend of artistic, social and political life. AMU offers its pedagogues a workplace at the very centre of innovation in accredited artistic fields and at a leading arts research institution, which create good conditions for the development of all forms of study and research in the arts. AMU opens up a space for pedagogical activity to a significant number of experts from professional circles, and thus also draws on flexible feedback, making it possible to continuously update the instruction according to current professional standards. It provides the same space to the best doctoral graduates, and endeavours to secure funding for their starting positions.

For the public, AMU not only enriches cultural life with theatre and dance performances, film screenings, concerts and their other artistic enterprises developed by their students, teachers and graduates, but also facilitates the proliferation of artistic fields outside of artistic circles, thus contributing to the cultivation of public space.

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Malostranské náměstí 259/12
Praha 1
11800

Církevní konzervatoř Německého řádu Opava

Církevní konzervatoř Německého řádu Opava

Moravian-Silesian Moravian-Silesian

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The Church Conservatory of the German Order (CKNŘ) was established as the Church Conservatory of Opava in the school year 2006/2007 of the transformational Church Organ School in Opava. The founder of CKNŘ since April 2018 is Bailiva Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia, families of the German Order.

The school offers lessons in organ, piano, harpsichord, wind and string instruments, solo singing and choir management. Compared to another conservatory, the Opava Conservatory provides a unique focus called Church music, which is an extended teaching of professional subjects in the field of church music, which includes organ playing, vocal expression and choir management, and is open to a set of other professional subjects.
Organizationally, the conservatory is divided into 7 departments - the department of church music and organ, piano, singing, choir management, string, wind and guitar. Education in playing musical instruments and singing focuses on individual forms of instruction. Students of the conservatory fulfill their professional practice, which develops the pupil's experience of playing in public, through concert performances, student masses, interpretation seminars, class plays and various public performances. For its activities, the school uses the renovated premises of a historic building in the center of Opava, including the chapel. The total capacity of the conservatory is 120 pupils.

A graduate of the field of education Music at the Church Conservatory of the German Order is ready to apply in the field that results from the focus of the completed professional training. It will apply in particular in the following areas:

as a musical instrumentalist (soloist, chamber musician, member of an orchestra, church musician;
as a choirmaster of vocal and vocally instrumental ensembles;
as conductor of chamber and symphony orchestras, leader of the ensemble;
as a composer, music arranger;
as a teacher in basic art schools and conservatories, also in school or other facilities for hobby art activities and education;
he can also work as an accompanist, music editor, music dramaturg, music director, music manager, etc .;
as an artistic and pedagogical worker focusing on the development of the musical life of churches (church organist, choirmaster, choir director)

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Beethovenova 235/1
Opava
746 01

Conservatory and VOŠ of Jaroslav Ježek

Conservatory and VOŠ of Jaroslav Ježek

Prague Prague

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The conservatory, a six-year high school, provides complete secondary and higher vocational education in school educational programs: MUSIC, MUSICAL, POPULAR SINGING. The school achieves its exclusivity with a bold openness to new artistic directions. Under the pedagogical guidance of great artistic personalities, the horizon of the world of jazz, pop, rock, musical and other important musical genres of the 20th and 21st centuries opens up for the conservatory students on a solid traditional foundation.
Studying at the Higher Vocational School (VOŠ) is three years, post-secondary. It offers two educational programs: Text and Screenwriting Creation and the Jazz Focus Music program. The attractiveness of these programs is due to their uniqueness in the offer of Czech higher vocational education.

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Roškotova 4/1692
Praha 4 - Braník
140 00

JAMU

JAMU

South Moravian South Moravian

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The Janáček Academy of Performing Arts has a fruitful history of more than seventy years, which has formed several generations of outstanding artists - composers, conductors, directors, actors, singers, instrumentalists and other artistic professions in the field of dramatic and musical arts. Its establishment marked the culmination of Leoš Janáček's years of efforts to establish an art college in the second largest city in the country.
The school has undergone a significant transformation and innovation of teaching in the last three decades, as well as the accreditation of many new fields of study. Today, the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts is a modern open university that reaches a top level in many areas and contributes to the quality, cultivation and further development of music and dramatic art in the Czech Republic through a significant artistic contribution.
Both faculties, theater and music, carry out three-year bachelor's degree programs and subsequent two-year master's degree programs. Both faculties also offer some so-called non-follow-up master's degree programs (four-year or five-year). At both faculties, it is possible to continue studying in a four-year doctoral study program.

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Beethovenova 2
Brno
662 15

Janáčkova konzervatoř v Ostravě

Janáčkova konzervatoř v Ostravě

Moravian-Silesian Moravian-Silesian

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The Janáček Conservatory in Ostrava is a contributory organization established by the Moravian-Silesian Region.
It offers full-time and part-time form of education:
-Field of education 82-45-P / 01 Singing, specialization classical singing.
(6-year field, graduation in the 4th year, graduation in the 6th year)
-Field of education 82-44-P / 01 Music, specialization classical music
(6-year field, graduation in the 4th year, graduation in the 6th year)


Full-time form of education:
-Field of education 82-46-P / 01 Dance, specialization classical dance
(8-year field, in the 8th year graduation and graduation).
-Field of education 82-46-P / 02 Contemporary dance
(6-year field, graduation in the 4th year, graduation in the 6th year)
-Field of education 82-47-P / 01 Musical dramatic art, specialization in acting.
(6-year field, graduation in the 4th year, graduation in the 6th year)

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Českobratrská 958/40
Ostrava
702 00

Konzervatoř a střední škola Jana Deyla

Konzervatoř a střední škola Jana Deyla

Prague Prague

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Jan Deyl Conservatory and Secondary School for Visually Impaired Students is situated in a historical building, an early Baroque palace of Straka of Nedabylice, in Lesser Town, Prague. The whole complex is made of two more buildings (school dormitory and school canteen). It is a school with an all-state activity and non-Prague students are provided with housing.

The education is offered first of all to visually impaired students. The school provides several study programmes. At the conservatory, the applicants can study a six-year programme in Music or Singing. At the secondary school, the applicants can study a four-year Piano Tuning programme or a two-year Piano Tuning and a Cultural Activity programme.

Considering the fact that teaching visually impaired students has special requirements and is quite demanding for the teachers, the school offers consultations for those who have to deal with this. To arrange those consultations, contact the deputy heads any time throughout the school year.

The aims and activities of the Jan Deyl Conservatory and Secondary School for Visually Impaired Students carry on from the activities of the former Deyl Institution, founded in 1910 by MUDr. Jan Deyl, a prominent ophthalmologist and scientist. The philanthropic institution was meant for the upbringing and education of blind youth. Since the 1920s, music education has expanded and furthered the importance of preparing students for a future profession in music education or piano tuning. After WWII, there was a differentiation of institutions of that kind and they became state institutions. In 1948, The Deyl Institution was entrusted with music education and transformed into a music school for blind students. In 1960, the name was changed to the Secondary Music Boarding School and Professional Tuning Boarding School. In the school year, 1976/77, the school became the Conservatory for Visually Impaired Students and Professional Tuning School for Visually Impaired Students. Jan Deyl’s name returned to the title in 1992 – Jan Deyl Conservatory and Tuning School. Since 1st September 2006, the school has been named as Jan Deyl Conservatory and Secondary School for Visually Impaired Students.

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Maltézské náměstí 14
Praha 1 - Malá Strana
118 44

Konzervatoř Brno

Konzervatoř Brno

South Moravian South Moravian

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The Brno Conservatory was established in 1919 from an organ school on the basis of a well-thought-out design by its founder and the first artistic director, the composer Leoš Janáček.
At present, all instruments of the symphony orchestra are taught at the Brno Conservatory, as well as guitar, accordion, dulcimer, recorder, composition, conducting and singing. The school also provides education in the field of musical drama. Graduates work as soloists, orchestral players, members of philharmonic and theater choirs and teachers at music schools. We meet former students of the field of music drama on theater stages throughout the country. Since its founding, the Brno Conservatory has been organizing a number of concerts and theater performances throughout the year. In cooperation with the Brno Philharmonic, a subscription cycle was created, which represents the best of our school's work.

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tř. Kpt. Jaroše 45
Brno
662 54

Konzervatoř České Budějovice

Konzervatoř České Budějovice

South Bohemian South Bohemian

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The Conservatory in České Budějovice is a vocational school that can obtain both a complete secondary education with a high school diploma and a high school diploma with a diploma and the title of diploma specialist (DiS.) This education is provided by our school in the fields of MUSIC (82-44-M / 01, 82-44-P / 01) and SONG (82-45-M / 01, 82-45-P / 01).

The following musical instruments are taught in the field of MUSIC: violin, viola, cello, double bass, piano, organ, harpsichord, accordion, transverse flute, recorder, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, trumpet, French horn, trombone, tuba, guitar, drums. It is also possible to study the main field of playing the bass guitar, playing the electric guitar and playing the baroque transverse flute.

In the field of SINGING, only classical singing is taught.

Teaching subjects are divided into vocational (individual music teaching and music theoretical subjects), general educational and pedagogical. The main field (instrument playing, singing) is a core subject and its professional mastery is the basic mission of the study. The teaching includes playing in chamber ensembles, the Opera Studio, Wind Harmony and the Chamber Orchestra of the Conservatory. This body image takes place at public concerts in the country and abroad.

Our graduates work as artistic and pedagogical workers: players for solo, chamber or orchestral playing, singers for solo or choral singing, music teachers at art schools or private music schools. The conservatory in České Budějovice has traditionally been one of the schools with the lowest number of registered job seekers at labor offices.
The conservatory is based in the center of České Budějovice, which is very convenient for the type of school. It is adjacent to the Otakar Jeremiáš Concert Hall, close to the South Bohemian Theater, DK Metropol, the South Bohemian Museum and the circulation of basic art schools. The school also includes the Great Concert Hall. The Conservatory in České Budějovice, as one of the few conservatories in the country, has its own youth home in its buildings and the possibility of all-day dining.

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Kanovnická 22/391
České Budějovice
370 61

Konzervatoř Evangelické akademie

Konzervatoř Evangelické akademie

Olomouc Olomouc

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The Conservatory of the Evangelical Academy was founded in 1990 on the initiative of the hymnological advisory board of the Czech Brethren Evangelical Church.
The following subjects are taught here:
classical singing
recorder
flute
oboe
clarinet
bassoon
french horn
pipe
trombone
tuba
violin
viol
violoncello
double bass
guitar
harp
drums
piano
organ
harpsichord

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tř. Svobody 1035/14
Olomouc
779 00

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