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Department of String Instruments and Harp: Prof. Tim Stolzenburg
Department of Wind/ Brass Instruments and Percussion: Prof. Markus Leoson
Department of Conduction and Opera Coaching: Prof. Ulrich Vogel
Department of Vocal Studies and Theatre: Prof. Siegfried Gohritz
Department of Guitar: Prof. Christiane Spannhof
Department of Piano: Prof. Grigory Gruzman (piano), Prof. Karl-Peter Kammerlander (artistic song interpretation)
Department of Early Music: Prof. Bernhard Klapprott
Department of New Music and Jazz: Prof. Claudia Buder (accordion), Prof. Robin Minard (electro-acoustic composition), Prof. Michael Obst (composition), Prof. Wolfgang Bleibel (jazz)
Department of Music Education and Church Music: Prof. Gero Schmidt-Oberländer (school music and church music)
Department of Musicology Weimar-Jena: Dr. Daniel Tiemeyer (musicology), Prof. Jörn Arnecke (music theory) and Kerstin Gerth (arts management)
For venue and office hours please consult the Deanships.
If an appointment is arranged, it is possible to sign up for a noncommital consultation lesson in main subject (informational playing, singing for a professor). To apply for an appopintment, which is not limited to specific dates, one must again consult the secretaries' offices at the departments. A noncommital audition for music theory or aural training is unfortunately not possible.