Fryderyk Chopin University of Music / Instrumental Studies Department

INSTRUMENTAL STUDIES - Flute Playing, postgraduate artistic training

Level of study: Postgraduate Artistic Training Form of study: Postgraduate Artistic Training

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Fields of studies and specializations

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Topic scope of the training:

  • zajęcia indywidualne w zakresie gry na instrumencie
  • zajęcia indywidualne w zakresie gry na instrumencie z udziałem akompaniatora

aimed at developing candidates’ performance skills and developing their artistic personality


  • prof. dr hab. Elżbieta Gajewska-Gadzina
  • dr hab. Agata Igras
  • dr hab. Urszula Janik-Lipińska, prof. UMFC

The condition for obtaining a certificate of completion of artistic training is obtaining a positive result of the final exam confirming the improvement of instrument playing skills.

Criteria for final assessment:

  • accurate sound production
  • accurate intonation
  • ability to diversify the presented programme in terms of style
  • (at least) correct level of instrumental technique

Admission rules

  • recital
Scope of material:
  • 20-25-minute programme varied in terms of form and content, approved by the teacher with whom a trainee intends to study (the programme should be sent by email to:

Date of exams

17 September 2020

Additional information

Admission limit

  • 30 people for specialties: Violin Playing, Viola Playing, Cello Playing, Double Bass Playing, Flute Playing, Oboe Playing, Clarinet Playing, Saxophone Playing, Bassoon Playing, Trumpet Playing, Horn Playing, Trombone Playing, Accordion Playing, Guitar Playing, Harp Playing, Percusion Playing


  • 7,500 PLN per 30 THs; 9,900 PLN per 30 THs + 15 THs of accompaniment