COURSES AT PARTNER INSTITUTIONS

 

SUMMER SEMESTER 2023

 

ROYAL DANISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC (RDAM)

Performance Practicality - historical performance practice on modern instruments

Study level: Bachelor, Master
Teacher:
Toke Møldrup and Christian Westergaard

Course content: Are you curious about historical performance practices but want to stay within the performance on modern instruments? Do you want to speak the musical languages of Bach and Mozart in a more fluent way? Do you want to excite your audiences with performances that keep them up at night but still remain respectful to the composer?

 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC (RCM), LONDON

Is it important to be HiP?

Study level: Bachelor, Master

Teacher: Ashley Solomon

Course content: This course engages you as both a player and listener through four main topics from the world of Historically informed Performance (HiP).

 

Digital Musician

Study level: Master

Teacher: Tania Lisboa

Course content: This course will focus on developing skills needed by musicians working in the digital age, by exploring a range of technology, overviewing practical applications in music, and discussing research in the field.

 

MANHATTAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC (MSM)

Harlem Renaissance

Study level: Bachelor
Teacher: 
Delano Copprue

Course content: This course offers students an opportunity to study major works of the Harlem Renaissance, with an emphasis upon literature, and also bolstered by excursions into music and the visual arts.

 

 

 

WINTER SEMESTER 2022/23

ROYAL DANISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC (RDAM)

Music Production for Musicians

Study level: Bachelor, Master
Teacher: Jesper Andersen

Course content: Aimed at participants without prior experience in music production who wish to gain insight into audio engineering and production. Topics will include acoustics, editing, mixing, mastering, and video production.

 

Aesthetics of Classical Piano Performance

Study level: Bachelor, Master
Teacher: Emil Gryesten

Course content: 20th Century Schools, Styles and Trends. This course will examine the aesthetic currents that have led to the eclectic and pluralistic piano performance culture of today, and give insight into the divergent approaches that characterize pianism of today.

 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC (RCM), LONDON

Digital Musician

Study level: Master
Teacher: Dr. Tania Lisboa

Course content: This course will focus on developing skills needed by musicians working in the digital age, by exploring a range of technology, overviewing practical applications in music, and discussing research in the field.

 

The Art of Improvisation

Study level: Bachelor

Teacher: Richard Thomas, Mark Armstrong, Paul Robinson & Tim Watts

Course content: This course is aimed at both composer/performers and Principal Study Performers who have an existing command of their instrument but would like to develop improvisational skills.

 

MANHATTAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC (MSM)

Musical Theatre Dance

Study level: Master
Teacher: Enrique Brown

Course content: This course teaches dance techniques and styles necessary for a career in musical theatre. Class begins with a warm-up based on the techniques of Katherine Dunham and Jack Cole; center floor will focus on a wide range of musical theatre dance styles.

 

 

APPLICATION

Registration by email to globalconservatoire@mdw.ac.at

The capacity of the courses is limited, the "first come- first served" principle applies! The remaining contingent of places will be announced at a later date.

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