2 years (120 ECTS credits)
Language of Instruction
Norwegian or English
15 December. Online application (SøknadsWeb) opens 1 November
Students admitted to the Artist Diploma programme for solo instrumentalists and chamber music ensembles (only established ensembles can apply), are chosen after an audition in which the applicants’ artistic and interpretative abilities are carefully evaluated. The programme includes several demanding concert engagements. Very few students are admitted each year; they are selected with the expectation of soloist or ensemble performance activity at an international level. The programme leads to a Master’s Degree in Music Performance.
At the end of the two-year programme, graduating candidates give a concert presentation of their diploma work.
Students of orchestral instruments admitted to the programme can audition for internships at the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra. The internship audition is in addition to the Academy audition. Students accepted to the internships programme receive a scholarship (6 projects a year, NOK 10.000 per project).
Successful completion of the programme will provide the basic formal qualifications for admission to Ph.D. programmes and the Artistic Research Programme.
Students graduating with the Artist Diploma – Master of Music Performance Degree demonstrate:
- Artistic expression, performance skills and technical ability at a high international level when playing their principal instrument
- Ability to realize and convey artistic intentions with a clear profile
- Independence and autonomy when meeting demanding artistic challenges, as well as by initiating, implementing and directing a variety of projects
- The ability to engage in a music sphere and a music industry undergoing change
- Ability to use their role as musicians to promote innovation and new ways of thinking
- Ability to apply their knowledge to expand their musical perspective and conduct independent, artistic development activity
- Ability to analyse and discuss issues in the music field from both an historical and a contemporary point of departure
- Ability to articulate and discuss issues in the music field in a thoughtful, reflective manner, both within the music community and in the public sphere
- Ability to analyse and critically assess material from artistic development activity and research, and to use this in their own work
- Understanding and skills for critical assessment of ethical norms and issues of a musical and professional nature.
Admission requires a Bachelor’s degree in music with minimum 80 credits (ECTS equivalent) in music performance subjects. In addition to formal academic requirements, there are special entrance exams (held in week 8) for applicants to the programme. Only very few students and ensembles are admitted to this programme each year.
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