The most important professional subject, whose task is to develop instrumental knowledge, to achieve the level of knowledge required to acquire professional instrument art at the artistic level. Musical, technical knowledge elements, style knowledge, repertoire knowledge; the development of general performing skills, the development of disciplines required for independent artistic activity (eg, dignity, discipline, self-control, etc.); deepen the practice of concerts in concert; the examination of the learned works from a pedagogical point of view, playing a part of the pedagogical repertoire.

Selected learning material / literature:

Clair Omar Musser: Etüdök marimbára
Gordon Stout: Válogatott művek marimbára
Joseph Schwantner: Velocities
Leigh H. Stevens: Rhytmic Caprice
Eric Ewazen: Northern Lights
Donatoni: Omar
Reményi Attila: Strokes
Milhaud: Concertino vibrafonra és marimbára

Elliot Carter: Eight Pieces for Timpani
Láng István: 7 studi
Bob Becker: Lahara
Set-up: Maki Ishii: Thirteen Drums
B. Mache: Phoenix
Iannis Xenakis: Rebonds
Frederic Rzewski: To the Earth
David Lang: Anvil Chorus
John Cage: One 4
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Zyklus No. 9
I. Xenakis: Psappha
James Wood: Rogoshanti
Mauricio Kagel: L’art bruit
John Cage: 27′ 10.554
Georg Druschetzky: C-dur timpaniverseny
Rolf Wallin: Timpaniverseny

Exam Program in each semester:
One slow and fast movements of two different styles performing pieces and two etudes. One practice and one piece is mandatory from memory.

Diplom Concert Program:
A significant concert from memory and two other performing pieces (one can be another concert), preferably with all the styles, with special attention to the works of contemporary Hungarian and other contemporary composers. And a piece of a chamber work in which the candidate plays a leading role