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The eight-semester Bachelor course covers the basics in vocal training, repertoire, dramatic theory, elocution, Italian, voice physiology, movement, piano, music theory and the history of music. The four-semester Master‘s programmes Opera and Lied/Oratorio/Concert are both practiceoriented.
A primary goal is to develop self-confident actors and strong personalities who are able to fully participate in ideas and decisions throughout all stages of the artistic process.
Teaching focuses on three key subjects: vocal training, dance and acting. Students learn to integrate these three forms of expression with each other fully and develop into outstanding performers and stage personalities.
This course prepares students for the job of set designer with a focus on the world of theatre. Within the course it is possible to explore the areas of film, video, media, Fine Arts, performance and installation.
The Bachelor and Masters courses in Costume Design at the UdK Berlin are among the few of their kind in Europe. Costume Design is telling stories about people. Its focus is on the human, the body, and its appearance.
This study programme focuses on three areas: creative writing for the stage, dramatic practice and analytical dramaturgy. Workshops with acclaimed authors and directors as well as collaborative projects supplement the seminars.
The Theatre Education programme is practice-oriented and job-related. Graduates are qualified to apply for both educational and artistic positions in the theatre.
The outstanding feature of our three study programmes – the Bachelor programme Dance, Context, Choreography and the Master programmes Solo/Dance/Authorship and Choreography – is their close combination of academic training and professional practice.
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