In this special weekend workshop the singing and piano students of the Department of Classical Music and Music Education at UiA were working on Schubert's song cycle DIE WINTERREISE.
We approached this central work in Schubert's oeuvre from many angles and perspectives: musically, historically, not only analysing and interpreting this „winter voyage“, but also grasping its emotions by using acting and associative techniques.
A full performance of this work took place in Kilden on April 2, 2022.
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©ECAL 2019 - Joerg Singer
What does Collaborative Piano stand for?
Today there is an important demand to develop a more versatile approach in educating musicians for multiple career choices. The Collaborative Piano in-depth field in our Master's Programme in Classical Performance brings new skills, a new approach and awareness and very specific training courses to our piano students.
Master's Programme – Classical Music Performance
The Master’s Programme in Classical Music Performance is designed to enable students to accomplish their musical potential and to prepare them for a future career through a variety of learning modules. The Master's degree can be obtained through an Artistic Scientific Specialisation or an Artistic Performance Specialisation.
In the Artistic Performance Specialisation Programme, students can choose one of five in-depth fields:
Creative Performance (Instrumental Solo Studies)