Master Degree

With the core competence in the field of music theater, GIPA offers three areas of concentration (majors):

  1. Theater Performance: Designed to help students obtain performing arts–related skills through practical trainings including theater design and production with regard to all aspects of the performance theater.
  2. Collaborative Piano: Designed to prepare students to collaborate with the production and rehearsals of theater performances as pianists.
  3. Arts Marketing and Industries: Offers theoretical and practical training courses for planning, marketing and media strategy related to performing arts/music theater. Also deals with policy, law and management issues surrounding the development of cultural and creative industries.

Bachelor Degree    

Undergraduate Program in Performing Arts

Founded in 2009, the Undergraduate Program in Performing Arts is a double major program for students of other departments in NTNU. Combining theory and practice, the program aims at helping students acquire qualifications for performing arts teachers. Courses include acting, vocal training, theater designing, arts management and more.