The purpose of the restrictions is to reduce people-to-people contacts more effectively and to prevent the spread of the virus.

All theoretical and semi-practical learning (lectures, seminars, solfeggio classes) will take place in the form of distance learning. In justified cases, individual consultations on these subjects are allowed to be held inside of the Academy. Practical learning is partially allowed, however, the opportunities for distance learning must be used to the maximum.

Students are allowed to be present on the premises of EAMT only:

  • to participate in practical learning in accordance with the restrictions set out below;
  • for independent practice;
  • for individual consultations appointed by the lecturer;
  • to pass exams and assessments.

The activities mentioned above are subject to the following restrictions:

  • In regular classrooms, up to 2 people can be present at the same time (for example 1 student and 1 lecturer or 1 student and pianist-concertmaster);
  • In the main building, rooms A103, C105, D311, A402, A403, A404, D411 and D511 may accommodate up to 3 people at the same time;
  • The chamber hall and the black box can accommodate up to 5 people at a time, with the exception of performing arts and contemporary performing arts, in case of which up to 8 people can gather
  • The main hall can accommodate up to 10 people at a time.
  • In Toom-Kooli 4 study building, up to 16 people can be present at once, in case of larger rooms, 7 people.
  • In music lessons, the maximum size of a practicing ensemble is 4 students (the temporary focus should currently be on developing individual skills and practising with smaller ensembles);

There is an obligation to wear a mask and keep a distance of 2 meters for all activities and between all people in the room; activities that require a lot of physical activity and active movement (for example dancing) are not allowed indoors.

Rules for entering study buildings:
The main building of the EAMT can only be accessed with a personalized magnetic card. For all others, including students of pedagogical practice, are not allowed to enter the building.

The main building will be closed earlier than usual, i.e. at 22.00. Students are required to leave their classes and hand over the keys no later than 21.45.

The library is open on weekdays from 12:00 to 16:00. Readers from outside the Academy must make a prior arrangement.

NB! Students must inform the Head of the Study Department about their possible illness or the result of the Cov + test: Jane Kreek, 6675 711,

In the case of Cov +, please also provide the names of possible close contacts with whom you were in contact on the premises of the Academy (2 days before the onset of symptoms or after receiving the positive Cov test result).

Important and additional COVID-19 information can be found here:

Instructions for those who are close contacts: