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The Master’s Degree Programme in Dance Performance is comprised of two years of full-time studies. They develop the student’s skills as a performer, as an independent and reflective artist and his/her preparedness to function in diverse and variable contexts of dance art.

The core of the studies is versatile research in the practices of a performer in the frameworks of dance art and other similar art forms. They constitute of dancer’s theme studies and artistic projects, contextual studies giving background to contemporary performance and dancer’s work, individual studies, and a thesis. A student will be more prepared to understand his/her performer’s art and he/she will contemplate its possible exposure. The student will also be able to deepen his/her understanding of art, formulated by this job, and the special questions of his/her own art form, when writing the thesis, which is part of the final work.

Degree Requirements

During the studies, the student develops both as a solo performer and as an active member of an artistic team who reflects on artistic questions from the position of the performer. The studies support their development as an artist and performer with a personal voice in relation to the changing society and its changing views of art and humanity.

Admissions

The residential MA Programme in Dance Performance is open to international students and is tuition free for EU / EEA students. The intake to the MA programme is biannual. The next application period is in January 2019.

Collaborations

MA Programme in Dance Performance collaborates with the other study programmes in the Theatre Academy as well as with the Performing Arts Research Center (Tutke). In their studies the students are able to participate in internships, or pursue further studies or personal projects. Photo: Tani Simberg, from Eeva Muilu’s piece ~ ~ ~

Theatre Academy Dance Company

TADaC was designed to facilitate the transition from training to professional practice and is fulfilling the mission. In the final year of their MA studies dancers collaborate with established choreographers and perform work created especially for them.

The Master’s Degree Programme in Dance Performance advances students’ preparedness for doctoral studies, and it collaborates with the Theatre Academy’s Performing Arts Research Centre (Tutke). The programme also contributes to publishing international dance research for Theatre Academy’s Kinesis series.

Photo: Lauri Jäntti, from Mirva Mäkinen’s piece Spherical Spaces

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