Performance – Music and Media Production

In the Bachelor's Programme in Music and Media Production you will develop cutting-edge skills and be part of pushing the boundaries of what is possible with music and multimedia. You get the knowledge to lead the music industry into the future.

Whether you're a singer, instrumentalist, or programmer with an interest in music, you get the opportunity to develop your own style with the help of the top teachers in the field and in state-of-the-art premises.

Programme Content

Working with music often involves participating in several phases of a production. Today's technology development leads to new artistic and methodological possibilities, which implies challenges for musicians, composers and music producers in terms of work with different types of music. In this programme, the focus is on music in collaboration with other media - such as television, movies, computer games or other interactive media.

Interactive and Innovative Productions and Projects

The programme requires basic knowledge of music and music technology and a great interest in various media forms as well as a willingness to share your knowledge to others. A large part of the programme is carried out in project form with your fellow students, each having its own unique competence and style, creating a very dynamic study environment. You get to try everything from music videos, audiovisual installations to film music.

You get to implement and develop your musical ideas in larger projects and productions which you run yourself using the knowledge you receive in audio and studio technology, programming, photography and film production, among others.

Arranging and Composing for the Future

Many of the different elements of the programme's courses are about composition and arrangement, where you throughout the programme also gain a solid music theory and music-historical foundation for creating your own music.

Throughout the Bachelor's programme in Music and Media Production you also have instruction in musical crafts such as ear training, instrumentation, musical form, harmonics and acoustics.

Subsidiary subjects are also: jazz/pop ensemble, free-lance knowledge and copyright, jazz arranging, jazz aural training, jazz harmony and keyboard playing.

In addition, elective courses will give you a broad knowledge base with great opportunities and resources to develop in the direction you choose.

In order to prepare for your professional work life, courses in entrepreneurship are given and many projects in the programme are student-driven. And collaborations are conducted with different authorities, companies, schools and professional specialists.

The programme includes a 15 ECTS independent assignment which means a concert or a corresponding artistic performance together with written reflections on music in an artistic perspective.

  • Teaching form:

    Bachelor programme

  • Department:

    Music and media production

  • Pace of study:

    Full time

  • Credits:

    180

  • Admissions:

    3 dec – 15 jan

  • Application Code:

    KMH-80000
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