Performance and dissemination
Teacher: Bent Nørgaard
Interest in dissemination of artistic expressions.
At the end of the module, the student shall:
- have gained basic methodological knowledge of and experience with collective creation of works
- have gained knowledge of the most central concepts within dramaturgy
- be able to work on conceptualising and developing a coherent concert programme
- have gained knowledge about own stage performance, and how this can be used either compositionally or performatively
- able to use dramaturgical methods to analyse concerts, own works and concrete dissemination issues
- be able to conceptualise and present a concrete dissemination project, where sound is the principal element
- be able to reflect on own artistic practice
- be able to present own projects to potential collaboration partners
- have experience with stage performance
- be able to participate in different types of artistic work contexts
- be able to use tools for production management
Work will be performed in the following areas:
- devising and collective co-creation
- stage expression parameters (lighting, sound, movement, etc.)
- basic principles of concert dramaturgy (which can be transferred to composition)
- production planning/management
- performance and presentation techniques (oral and written)
- conceptualising of work/performance based on dramaturgical principles of principal idea, image, sound, movement
- experience-based dissemination of sound
TEACHING AND WORKING METHODS
Individual and group lessons.
Attentive: The module can be taken in part via distance learning using Zoom. Some lessons require attendance.
Approx. 10 students. Space for 10 distance students.
Certificate subject – passed/not passed at attendance.
If you wish to participate in one of the TVAERS courses, you must enter up to 3 priority course requests. You can wish max. 2 courses and you will receive a reply no later than the 10th of August on whether you have a place on a course. Deadline for registration is July 1st.
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Not scheduled yet – two semesters, 18 lessons – approx. two hours per lesson.
Syddansk Musikkonservatorium, Esbjerg.