Music and Co-creation
Music and co-creation is a 3-year bachelor's program where you develop your musical and creative skills and strengthen your ability to engage in collaborative projects with other artists.
The program is offered by RAMA at the new campus in Holstebro, since the fall of 2023.
As a student, you will gain knowledge, skills, and competencies to work as a creative musician, performer, teacher, or collaborator. Whether you see yourself primarily as a songwriter/composer/arranger, a producer, or a performer, inclusive and creative collaboration is at the heart of the program.
Throughout the program, you will participate in a variety of projects with fellow musicians, other artists, and partners from different sectors, fostering a wide range of supportive subjects.
Collaboration and creative projects include
- Creating musical, artistic, or cross-disciplinary projects involving groups of people who are not typically artistic, such as mothers of young children, residents in nursing homes, employees in companies, etc.
- Participating as a creating and performing artist in projects and activities already happening in the local area in collaboration with other cultural actors and institutions.
- Participating as a creating and performing musician in interdisciplinary projects such as film or theater productions.
- Creating projects together with dancers from the BA program at the Danish School of Performing Arts in Holstebro.
For admission to the program, you need to pass an entrance exam, which typically takes place in April. More information about the entrance requirements can be found on the admissions page.
The application deadline is March 20, 2024, at 12:00 PM. Everyone is welcome to apply.
Online information meeting
There will be an online information meeting on Tuesday, February 27, from 19:00 to 20:00 for all interested applicants.
The initial years of the program will be based in the music campus environment at Bisgaardmark. This environment includes a music school, orchestra preschool, MGK MidtVest, symphony orchestra, vocal center, and music hall.