As a master student at the Department of Classical Music and Music Education , you will be challenged, motivated, inspired and prepared for a career in music. You will meet high-profiled performers strongly motivated to help you to develop as a musician!
The Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Classical Music and Music Education is now offering the Bachelor Programme in Music Performance in English, which opens the programme for international students from all over the world.
PhD-student Zack Bresler is doing his research on immersive 3D audio , and during the PUNKT festival he had a workshop and concert together with the famous Norwegian post-rock band, Spurv. They are repeating this event at the VIVID. a post_rock festival 20th - 21st of September.
The article «The Music Data Dilemma: Issues Facing the Music Industry in Improving Data Management» written by Peter Jenner and published by The Intellectual Property Office June 2019 adresses the important issues of copyright and digital content in the music industry.
Nina Eidsheim is a former student at UiA, and since she finished her studies in 1998 she has completed a MFA in Music at the California Institute of the Arts and a Ph.D. in critical studies/experimental practices program at the University of California, San Diego.
Like every year in the spring, the students at the Department of Classical Music and Music Education organized their own Chamber Music Festival. Apart from the concerts they performed, there were lessons, master classes, an open dress rehearsal and lectures.
On the last Sunday in November, a workshop concert was held for all students involved in the Chamber Music Class at the Department of Classical Music and Music Education. Then concert was led by professor II in Chamber music, Cordula Hacke.
Albanian students at UiA will in relation to the Albanian National Day have a concert performing music by Albanian and Norwegian composers. The concert will take place Saturday 24 november at the Library.
The title of Ingolv Haaland’s new album –Dawara– is Arabic and means repetition and symbolises the cyclic aspect of the music being played. "Some refrains may even be repeated without a definite end. Compositions are developed in circles," Haaland says.