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Interpretation for Orchestra Instrument/Piano/Organ 1

Course
MVK956
Bachelor’s level
30 credits (ECTS)
Study pace
100%
Time
Day
Location
Göteborg
Study form
Campus
Language
English
Duration
-
Application open
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Application code
GU-15318
Tuition
Full education cost: 120 500 SEK
First payment: 120 500 SEK

No fees are charged for EU and EEA citizens, Swedish residence permit holders and exchange students.

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Summary

In this course you practice your artistic interpretive ability, and develop the perception of the role of your main instrument as part of an orchestra.

About

You participate both in individual lessons, in chamber music lessons and in symphonic orchestra playing with students from the master's programme in Symphonic Orchestra Performance. The course is a preparation for the master's programme in Symphonic Orchestra Performance and also aims at developing you in realizing your own artistic ideas and to be able to communicate with audiences.

The course is on undergraduate level and runs full-time during one semester.

See also the continuation course Interpretation for Orchestra Instrument/Piano/Organ 2.

Prerequisites and selection

Requirements

Basic eligibility and 15 credits (ECTS) from a bachelor education in music or equivalent. Special qualifications in the form of musical knowledge and skills are assessed at the admission test.

Selection

The selection is based on submitted digital video recordings, containing 3 music pieces of your own choice from different music eras. The material must be submitted via SlideRoom Technologies Inc., no later than the last application date. Ranking takes into account the assessed level of instrument-, artistic- and musical skills. The quality of the submitted recordings must represent your material justly.

Submit your recordings via SlideRoom

NOTE! Only work samples submitted to the SlideRoom web system are accepted. Make sure to submit your material well in advance to avoid technical problems. The responsibility to submit the material in time lies entirely on you as an applicant.