Our faculty creates new understandings and innovation through research and artistic activities on the subjects of music performance, music education and music therapy.
CEMPE develops knowledge and experience to strengthen music performance education in order to support performance students in their search for artistic excellence.
The Centre for Educational Research in Music (CERM) develops and conducts empirical and philosophical research and developmental projects in higher music education as well as in compulsory school and upper secondary school music education, schools of music and performing arts, and community music activities.
CREMAH stands for Center for Research in Music and Health and aims to develop new knowledge, understanding, evidence and critical reflection through research in music therapy and on music as a health resource for people and society.
The Arne Nordheim Centre for Artistic Research in Music (NordART) provides a contemporary perspective on the roles of musical artists through its development of projects within the artistic research and performance studies fields.
Projects Research and Discovery
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Publications and results
Doctoral Studies The PhD Programme in Music Education, Music Therapy and Performance Practice
This programme provides a professional education in music research that will enable you to contribute to academic development within your research field at national and international level.
Full-time, 3 yr.
Doctoral Studies PhD Programme in Artistic Research
The PhD programme in artistic research intends to secure high level artistic research and leads to expertise as Associate Professor.
Full-time, 3 yr.