The programme is offered in cooperation with The Norwegian Academy of Music.
The programme is centered on building a repertoire. During the programme, you will plan and execute a Master’s Project: an in-depth study of a chosen topic and/or repertoire area. This is your own artistic project; you select the theme and are responsible for the project’s completion.
The programme will provide the basis for admission to Ph.D. programmes and the Artistic Research Programme.
Music performance is at centre stage. The emphasis is on enabling the individual student to gain the broadest possible experience as a musician, focusing on developing his or her genuine “voice”. The student therefore has a wide and varied range of opportunities to give recitals and to perform as a chamber musician in ensembles. The Institute has its own vocal ensemble, a chamber orchestra and various wind ensembles, as well as the Barratt Due Symphony Orchester and Oslo Camerata.
Facing an audience is a universally important part of training, which is why giving the students practical experience of concert production plays a significant role; producing concerts for children and the elderly is a compulsory part of the education programme. Furthermore, Barratt Due considers reaching out to new audiences and exploring new arenas for classical music as an important task for the classically trained musician.
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student consultant Kristine Lund at (+47) 488 68 207.