Students in this degree programme develop relevant artistic ideas and implement them using all conceivable media necessary to make them interesting and tangible for an audience.


After completing their studies in this programme profile, they are able to

  • relate their body to space.
  • consciously use music, voice and language as a means of expression.
  • visualise thought structures through their body.
  • place acoustic and visual events in a context of meaning and enter into a dramatic dialogue with these events.
  • to navigate between creative categories such as choreography, dramaturgy, staging, installation, visualisation, soundscapes, instant composition, improvisation, projections or documentation and to use these for their own projects.


Contact person: Dominik Grünbühel,