RM – Jazz/Pop Musician (Aarhus)
The programme focuses on your creative, individual development as a musician, artist, and communicator.
Bachelor degree (3 years)
The RM bachelor’s degree (BMus Jazz/Pop Music) gives you the knowledge, skills, and qualifications necessary to become a jazz/pop/global musician/vocalist and teacher, and an enterprising music industry player.
The course subjects are divided into the following fields:
- Main study area: subjects where the student is a performer as well as subjects that support this aspect
- Pedagogics: subjects where the student communicates and teaches as well as subjects that support this aspect
- General studies: elementary support subjects mandatory for all BMus students
- Entrepreneurial Studies: subjects and projects where students gain experience as entrepreneurs and managers of dynamic processes and acquire career management tools
- Bachelor project: The programme is concluded with the bachelor project; a specialisation defined by the students based on his or her interests or requirements.
Master’s degree (2 years)
The RM MMus programme builds on the skills and qualifications acquired on the BMus programme.
On the MMus programme, you can choose to focus on musicianship, pedagogics, or songwriting/composition, depending on which RM curriculum you select.
- Jazz/Pop Musician
- Jazz/Pop Music Teacher
- Jazz/Pop Composition and Songwriting
The subjects on all three RM programmes are divided into the following areas:
- Entrepreneurial Studies: subjects and projects where the students explores the role as entrepreneur and manager of dynamic processes, and in addition develops his or her career management tools
- Master’s project: the project itself as well as tuition in the form of guidance and subjects that prepare the student for project work.
Soloist programme (2 years)
With an MMus degree, you may apply for the 2-year soloist programme (advanced postgraduate diploma) which may include a period of study abroad. The programme requires an admission test and is concluded with a public concert performance.
The BMus, MMus, and soloist programmes are described in detail in their respective curricula. You can find the relevant curriculum in the general overview here.