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  1. Postgraduate Diploma in Music Performance

    The programme Postgraduate Diploma (PDM) in Music Performance is designed for students who has reached a high level in their music performance and want a year for further in-depth studies in their instrument/project. The programme encompasses extensive study in instrumental or vocal performance. The year is meant for students wanting to dedicate a year to concentrate on a limited portion of the repertoire (e.g. Norwegian music), technical studies, auditioning practice and repertoire, competition preparations or simply to study with a particular teacher after graduating from a university or academy in Norway or abroad. A high level of performance is required for admittance. Normally, PDM will form a year of specialization and in-depth study with your main instrument after completion of a master. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Stavanger

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  2. Extension studies in Music Performance

    The Extensions Studies in Music Performance is designed to further your skills as soloist or in an ensemble in a professional setting, after the completion of Bachelor in Music Performance.The student is expected to acquire knowledge, skills and competence that clearly marks an improvement from the Bachelor level. The programme is based on a combination of one-to-one tuition and ensemble groups. This will vary in the different subjects chosen. The learning environment is varied and will consist of teaching from your main teacher, ensemble (projects), individual rehearsing and cooperation with Bjergsted Culture Park partners. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Stavanger

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  3. Graduate studies in Music Production and Recording

    The Music Production and Recording programme provides a viable alternative to a professional internship for students of music and sound. A hands-on experience is guaranteed, as practical exercises are emphasized. The programme includes cooperative projects with the local concert house and regional music events. The programme provides students with different backgrounds a combination of musical and technical study and experience, enabling the production and recording of various musical styles. The Elements of the study can be modified in order to allow for specialization based on the student's individual experience and interests The programme develops the musical and technical skills required by the music recording professionals. It also includes a review of relevant music and engineering topics, music recording and production techniques, studio and musical acoustics, critical listening and interpretation, in addition to practical work. Students often work closely with productions in the Stavanger Concert Hall. Facilities include a blackbox auditorium, concert recital hall, church simulator, editing studio and control rooms. Students are required to complete a variety of live and studio productions. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Stavanger

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  4. Music Performance- Master's Degree Programme

    The Master of Arts in Music Performance is a highly international programme, with a strong emphasis on performance and individual artistry. The programme is suitable for both classical and jazz/improvisation oriented students.  Students will acquire broad expertise in musical performance as well as a theoretical framework for further research or for participation in musical life in society. The teaching methods are a mix of individual lessons, ensemble/chamber music, as well as performing projects and theoretical tuition. The master project exam combines music performance and a reflecting presentation of the topic. In addition, the student has both theoretical and performing exams during the study. The School provides a versatile and professional music and performing arts environment within a collegiate atmosphere where close contact between students and teachers is maintained. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Stavanger

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  5. Master's Programme in Music Performance or Composition

    The master degree in music performance or composition is intended for instrumentalists, singers and composers, working within the classical genre. The course enables the students to further develop their artistic identity and individuality, and also increase their ability to reflect upon their own work. The student will be given the opportunity to specialize in one or more topics relevant to his/her own performance or creative interests. Through oral and written expression, the student will become more aware of artistic issues to support his/her artistic practise. Throughout the course, the students will be given individual tutorials to aid their performance/composition work and research tasks, as well as participation in group seminars and group projects. The master programme benefits from a rich international environment and English is used as instruction language in some group seminars. In addition to the university's own highly qualified staff, national and international guests are invited to hold seminars and master classes. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Bergen

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  6. Master's Programme in Fine Art

    Master's Programme in Fine Art ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Bergen

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  7. Master's Programme in design

    Master's Programme in design ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Bergen

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  8. Dance Knowledge, Practice and Heritage (Master's Programme)

    Choreomundus is Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD). It investigates dance and other movement systems (ritual practices, martial arts, games and physical theatre) as Intangible Cultural Heritage within the broader contexts of Ethnochoreology, the Anthropology of Dance, Dance Studies, and Heritage Studies. Choreomundus focuses on fieldwork and formal analysis of movement, and engages with a variety of theoretical and methodological frameworks. ...

    Provider NameNTNU Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  9. Music, Communication and Technology- (Master's Programme)

    Music has the ability to move people, physically and emotionally, and music technologies are unique in their focus on providing high-quality aesthetic experiences. Speaking with others through cables is not the same as meeting face to face, and playing music through screens and speakers is different from being in a real club setting. In the Music, Communication and Technology (MCT) Master's programme you will explore the possibilities (and limitations) of existing audiovisual communication, and will learn to develop new technologies, with a musical touch. ...

    Provider NameNTNU Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  10. Dance Studies- Master's Programme

    What is dance? Is there relationship between breakdance and capoeira and halling? Why do small girls want to look like ballerinas? Nordic Master of Arts in Dance studies is an opportunity to get the most updated knowledge about the past and present of various dance types such as folk and street, ballet and modern, ballroom and club dance. The programme also provides the skills in analysis of dance as bodily movement, aesthetic expression, tradition and interpretation of music. Nordic Master of Arts in Dance studies (NO-MA-DS) is run in cooperation between the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and the Universities of Copenhagen, Stockholm and Tampere. Such cooperation creates the synergetic effect by putting competences of teachers together and crossing the boundaries between genres, countries, arts and sciences. The compulsory courses in NO-MA-DS emphasise theories and methods, dance analysis and the history of dance.   ...

    Provider NameNTNU Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway

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