This is a one-year part-time study programme intended for students with a background in jazz composition and arrangement who wish to advance their artistic expression and knowledge of composition for large jazz ensembles.
This programme focuses on various stages of the composing process, leading the students through composition, arrangement, instrumentation and rehearsal to performance of their composed works.
A core aim of the programme is to foster international collaboration by bringing together a diverse group of students.
Why Jazz Composition?
Through this programme you will advance your creative expression and personal style in compositions for large jazz ensembles. You will also study principles of conducting and rehearsing your own work with jazz orchestras.
The minimum requirement for admission to the Continuing Studies Jazz Composition programme is 120 ECTS credits obtained from Music subjects.
Applicants must demonstrate considerable knowledge of Jazz Harmonics as well as skills and experience in Jazz Composition. Submitted with the application, 2-3 samples of the applicant’s work should be presented as both scores and audio material (maximum 20 minutes duration).
The programme will accept a limited number of students. Admission is based on qualifications demonstrated by the applicants.
How to apply
- Apply through Søknadsweb
- Upload colour scans of academic records/transcripts documents to Søknadsweb. No need to upload records from NMH aquired after 2005.
- Upload or send via email 2-3 of your own works: music scores and audio recordings (up to 20 minutes)
- Fill out a supplemental form. You will receive an application identification number from Søknadsweb that you must fill in to the supplemental form.
If you have questions about applications and auditions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +47 23 36 70 00
Contact your programme leader if you have any questions about the academic content of your study programme.