In the Bachelor of Jazz/Pop/Global Music program, the student acquires the knowledge, skills, and qualifications to become a musician, teacher, and songwriter/composer. The program subjects are divided into the following fields: -Main study area: subjects where the student is a performer as well as subjects that support this aspect. The area includes main instrument/vocal studies; ensemble; songwriting/composition; ear training/improvisation theory, and basic piano. The FLEX subject allows further individual specialization. -Pedagogy: In the first year, students are introduced to rhythm and coordination. In the second and third years, students learn to teach their main instrument/vocal studies and take one of the following conducting subjects: choir conducting, ensemble teaching practice, or rhythm and coordination teaching practice. Conducting subject tuition is supported by tuition on relevant student skills and music pedagogical theory. -General studies: Music technology, Music history, and Music theory and arrangement. Entrepreneurial studies: A subject providing the student with career management tools as well as methods for, and experience with, managing music projects. -Bachelor project: Individual immersion in a creative, performance, and/or pedagogical project.
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- Full Time
The entry audition for the Bachelor degree course in Rhythmic music is divided into two rounds. First round: The applicant must play self-chosen tunes on their main instrument with their own band brought in. At least 2 accompanists must participate in the concert. The concert must be no longer than 10 minutes. Improvisation from the applicant must be included under consideration for the musical entirety and style related characteristics. Second round: The applicant makes a presentation about their musical (e.g. artistic/pedagogical) profile and motivation for applying for the program. The applicants elaborates this using: audio or video, in which the applicant participates, and/or Solo performance.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning