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Individual Programme


Do you have an artistic orientation or instrumental profile that does not seem to fit within the other artistic programs in music? Then you can apply for our bachelor's program – Individual Programme. The education is aimed at those of you who have a musical and artistic genre profile that is not found in our other programs and specializations. You may play guitar and perform self-composed music or have lap-top as your main instrument and devote yourself to collaborating with other musicians on a more improvisation-based musical platform. Individual Programme is a program that gives you the opportunity to develop as an instrumentalist/singer in your practical music-making in the music you yourself represent.

To study at Individual Programme, you must want to develop both your musical idea and your practical making music at the same time in a sounding context. Individual Programme is not an education for songwriters (songwriters) or music producers – for those of you who are interested in these areas of education, there are instead independent 1-year courses that you can apply to at the Academy of Music.

The program is also aimed at groups/ensembles who want to use the education to develop music and repertoire together. If you are a group/ensemble that wants to study in the program, everyone in the group/ensemble must register for the program. You will complete the sound part of the admission test together during the week of admission.

Applicants must clearly describe thoughts about their art, their role as musicians, musical activities and networks as well as planned progression and goals with the education. Before you register for the program, we ask you to carefully read through the education plan to get an idea of ​​the scope of the studies and how the program is structured.

The repertoire you submit with your application and which you play on your entrance exam must clearly represent your musical and artistic profile and maintain a high technical and artistic level.

The planning of your studies at Individual Programme takes place in consultation with your programme coordinator. As the programme is very open in nature with fewer scheduled lesson sessions compared to any of our other bachelor's programs and is based on great freedom to plan and carry out your own activities, great experience is required in working independently and taking your own initiatives.

Programme Syllabus


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