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Interpretation in Musical Theatre 2

Master's level | 30 credits | Course code: ML2002

The course does not start as a freestanding course this academic year but can start within a program or a course package. Please contact the department for further information.

About the Course

This course is for you who have  passed the course ML2001, Interpretation in Musicaltheatre 1, or an equivalent education and who wants to work further with vocal technique, interpretation, stage performance, dance and musical theatre repertoire.

The course contains individual lessons in singing and interpretation every week. In classes you work on the repertoire you have chosen for the course. You will also take part in individual lessons lead by a director, master classes and group lessons in movement and dance.

Your course is examined through a public concert or a musical theatre performance.

Audition for the course that starts spring semester 2019 is set to 21 November.

Tuition Fee

Please contact the department.
EU/EEA citizens, Swedish residence permit holders and exchange students do not pay fees. More information on: http://www.universityadmissions.se

Study Guidance

Nina Norblad
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031 - 786 4045
Fågelsången 1

Helena Wattström
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Joel Eriksson
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031 - 786 3817
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Tina Glenvik
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Monica Danielson
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031 - 786 4016
Fågelsången 1

Madeleine von Liewen Wistrand
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031 - 786 4111
Fågelsången 1

Department

Academy of Music & Drama
Box 210
40530 Göteborg
Visiting address: Fågelsången 1

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