Performing Music - Popular Music, Bachelor Program
Language of instruction
Norwegian or English
After completing the course, the student should:
be able to create their own touring project
be able to develop their own recording project
be able to distribute their own music digitally
be able to create a budget, recording plan or tour plan for an executive project
know how to market your own music
be able to write project grants
This course focus on how to plan a tour or a recording. The course covers writing grant applications, budgeting, and planning, and enable the student to handle the various phases of a project. We develop the creative processes in the project and collaborate with other students and external clients. Throughout the course the student develops and deliver a recording or tour plan at the end of the semester.
The lectures deal with the different components in a project plan, and the student receives individual supervision based on their project's needs.
The teaching is provided as lectures and supervision in groups, or individually. The student has his or her own recording or touring project as the main work in the course.
Parts of the teaching are compulsory. These parts are presented in Canvas at the beginning of the semester.
Expected scope of work is 27 hours per. credits.
approved attendance in compulsory classes
project description for tour and / or recording. Range: 1000–1500 words
Further information is provided in Canvas at the start of the semester.
Assessment methods and criteria
Individual oral exam. Duration: 10 minutes.
Grade: Pass / Fail.
The person responsible for the course, in consultation with the student representative, decides the method of evaluation and whether the courses will have a midterm- or end of term evaluation, see also the Quality System, section 4.1. Information about evaluation method for the course will be posted on Canvas.