The Department of Classical Music and Music Education is planning a wide range of activities in connection with the visit from Poznan in week 12.
For the third time, one of UiA's chamber music groups was invited to the famous European Chamber Music Academy in Leipzig on the occasion of the music festival EKAL 2022.
The new voice teachers Benedikte Sofie Ribe and Carlo Allemano will improve the education for the classical singers at UiA.
The academic community at UiA’s Department of Popular Music is among six selected finalists competing to become a new national Centre for Excellence in Education.
Discussion panels, workshops, lectures and a premiere performance of a piece by Konrad Mikal Øhrn is on the agenda when music education professionals meet in Reykjavik, Iceland, this week.
The symposium Arts in Action has been postponed three times since 2020. When it could finally take place at the University of Agder this week, the agenda is more relevant than ever.
The Department of Classical Music and Music Education at UiA and the Academy of Music in Poznan, Poland, continue the good collaboration in a new project on inclusion and distance learning.
The Department of Classical Music and Music Education at the University of Agder (UiA) hosts a major visit from the Polish Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy of Music this November.
In connection with the 19th International Friedrich Kuhlau Flute Competition, UiA’s Professor Emeritus Konrad Mikal Øhrn was asked to compose a piece for three flutes.
The PhD announcements for the new doctoral programme in Artistic Research at the University of Agder were recently approved by the appointment committee.
On Christmas Eve 2015, Edy Poppy, Julian Blaue and their little baby were assaulted during a vacation in Rio de Janeiro by two impoverished men. They later defined themselves as the guilty ones and are now staging a trial against themselves. This is your unique chance to join the jury and determine their fate!
This year’s student elections to the boards of the university’s faculties, including the Teacher Education Unit and the School of Business and Law, AND to the Student Parliament will take place between 03rd of May and 10th of May.
In the period 26 April - 3 May, the Faculty of Fine Arts will hold a supplementary election for one of the three representatives on the faculty board for the constituency of employees in academic positions. The election period is from 1 August 2021 to 31 July 2023.
The second publication in the EEA-project: Edu-Action 2020-2021: «Nurturing Excellence» (Poland, Norway, Iceland) is now available. The monograph is called “Schoolchildren in Central and Northern Europe – on the need for transcultural education”
Rolf Gupta, professor at the Department of Classical Music and Music Education, was in 2020 awarded both the Critics' Award and Agder Scholarship.