Rolf Gupta, professor at the Department of Classical Music and Music Education, was in 2020 awarded both the Critics' Award and Agder Scholarship.
Every semester the Faculty of Fine Arts welcomes new international students. This spring semester, the students were off to a different start.
Classical Music Improvisation is an exciting new subject in our study plan aiming at cultivating musical individuality, freedom and creativity! The subject can be chosen within the Bachelor's as well as the Master's degree.
The new agreement allows student internships in the KSO and increased collaboration on research and ongoing education.
“It is absolutely amazing that four UiA songs have been chosen by Spotify to be on the New Music Friday list”, says songwriter student Oscar Almquist after having been selected among 40,000 others for the popular list.
This autumn, the Department for Classical Music has been organising concerts on Wednesdays at lunchtime, with free food and beautiful music performed by students. The arrangements have been very popular and both students and employees at UiA have filled the Sigurd Køhns Hus, Sal 1.
The aim of the Program is to reduce economic and social differences within the EEA and to strengthen bilateral relations between Poland and Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway in the field of education.
The exhibition is a collaboration between UiA and Sørlandets Kunstmuseum. PhD Candidate Heidi Kukkonen has curated the exhibition as a part of her PhD project.
New book by Randi Bjerge-Sköld, Associate Professor for Vocal Arts at the Department of Classical Music and Music Education at the University of Agder.
Throughout the autumn, the Department of Classical Music will hold lunch concerts in Sal 1 in Sigurd Køhn's house (K building). Students will perform classical compositions while the audience can also enjoy free waffles and coffee / tea.
She had been playing the piano since she was a little girl in Albania. He was a Norwegian drummer. Four years ago, he changed to classical piano and started a Bachelor's degree in Classical Music at UiA, where their roads crossed. Now the Aase/Vogli duo has a bright future ahead.
At the Faculty of Fine Arts, we want to give our students a great start-up of the new semester. We would therefore like to invite new and present students to various social events in the autumn of 2020.
Is UiA also involved in any activities in connection with the Beethoven anniversary this year?
Yes, 2020 will be a year marked by Beethoven's music all over the world, says Birte Myhrstad, head of the Department of Classical Music and Music Education.
A crossover project: folk tunes for hardingsfele, flute ensemble and double bass.
In January, flutists Jørn Eivind Schau, Anne Randi Haugejorden and pianist Cordula Hacke from the Faculty of Fine Arts at UiA were invited to the Gnessin School of Music in Moscow.
It is a great pleasure for us at to invite you all to our Alumni Symposium "New Perspectives in Popular Music Research", which will take place on December 5th and 6th at The University of Agder - Room: B2 003
The Master in Music Business and Management is designed for students wishing to work with idea development and entrepreneurship within the national and international music industry.
During the Round Table conference, professor Treetip was visiting from Mahidol University in Thailand. She held a guest lecture for the students attending the Master i Music management.
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