Musical Performance - Classical Musician 2 22.5 credits

Musikalisk gestaltning - Klassisk musiker 2
Second cycle, F7033G
Course syllabus valid: Spring 2020 Sp 3 - Present
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Syllabus established
by Monica Johansson, Head of Department at the Department of Arts, Communication and Education 14 Feb 2014

Last revised
by Patrik Häggqvist, Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Department of Arts, Communication and Education 15 Feb 2019

Education level
Second cycle
Grade scale
U G VG *
Musical Performance
Subject group (SCB)
Operatic Stagecraft and Characterization
Main field of study
Musical Performance

Entry requirements

A passing grade on the entrance test for the Master Programme in Music Performance with a specialisation in instruments, and knowledge corresponding to Music Performance - Classical Musician 1 (F7032G).

More information about English language requirements


The selection is based on 20-285 credits

Course Aim
This course is a continuation of Music Performance - Classical Musician 1 and aims for continued development of the set goals.

After the end of the course, the student shall be able to demonstrate: -

  • an independent and reflective approach through interpretation of the selected repertoire
  • a stylistic awareness and artistic expressiveness
  • his or her artistic voice and identity
  • his or her ability to seek new ways of interacting in artistic and musical constellations together with other students.

Individual lessons, Seminars, Master Classes, Chamber music/ensemble performances.


In consultation with the student, an individual written arrangement is done of the course’s specialisation, repertoire, concerts/artistic productions, presentations and oral and/or written documentation.

In addition to the ordinary teaching, the student can also be given an opportunity to participate in Master classes with visiting lecturers.

Also refer to the study guide for the respective instrument.

The four interacting perspectives are largely addressed in joint seminars for all students in the fine arts Master’s programme.


Every teaching session constitutes an examining presentation of assigned tasks.

The examination of the course takes place in a level test (final presentation) and/or concert.

The course comprises one interim presentation and one final exam:

Interim presentation 1 = 7.5 credits
Final presentation = 15 credits

Both of the components are examined in connection with the fourth Master’s week of the autumn semester or during the exam week at the end of study period 2 or the first Master’s week of the spring semester.

The tasks presented in the respective presentation and time frame are determined by the teacher and student together based on his/her individual planning.

For the grade of Pass (Godkänd), it is expected that the student has carried out and presented the assigned tasks, all in such a way that the intended course learning outcomes can be considered to be fulfilled.

For the grade of Pass with credit (Väl godkänd), it is expected that the student has fulfilled all requirements for the grade of Pass, and in addition, demonstrated a skill and originality in the musical/artistic performance from an artistic perspective that exceeds what is required for the grade of Pass.

Petter Sundkvist

Literature. Valid from Autumn 2019 Sp 1 (May change until 10 weeks before course start)
Study resources and course literature are specified by the instructing teacher and are comprised of literature/music adapted to the student´s instrument including any ensemble repertoires.

Also refer to the study guide for the respective instrument.

Course offered by
Department of Arts, Communication and Learning

CodeDescriptionGrade scaleHPStatusFrom periodTitle
0001Partial evaluation 1U G VG *7.50MandatoryS15
0002Final evaluationU G VG *15.00MandatoryS15

Study guidance
Study guidance for the course is to be found in our learning platform Canvas before the course starts. Students applying for single subject courses get more information in the Welcome letter. You will find the learning platform via My LTU.