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Norway

  • Stavanger, Norway

University of Stavanger, Faculty of Performing Arts

The Faculty of Performing Arts has a history dating back to the establishment of Rogaland Music Conservatory in 1945. Today the Faculty of Performing Arts is a part of the University of Stavanger. More than 200 st...

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  • Kristiansand, Norway

University of Agder

The Faculty of Fine Arts provides education of high national and international quality. We offer unique programs. Doctoral degrees and a variety of in-depth fields as well as research activities make this an excellent place to study.

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  • Oslo, Norway

Oslo National Academy of the Arts, The Academy of Opera

Ever since its foundation in 1964, the Academy of Opera has served as Norway’s leading institution for opera education. We offer both a one-year programme and a Master’s programme in opera. Featuring world-class educator...

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  • Oslo, Norway

Barratt-Due Institute of Music

The Barratt Due Institute of Music was founded in 1927 by the pianist Mary Barratt Due and the violinist Henrik Due. It has now played a central role in music education in Norway for more than 80 years. Drawing on...

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  • Kongsberg, Norway

University of South-Eastern Norway

The Department of Traditional Arts and Folk Music (ITF) has a national responsibility within Norway for higher education in the fields of the traditional arts, folk music and folkart.

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