Period of the EOA module in 2023-2024:
- 15 Feb – 31 May 2024
Module allows to use all potential of vocal and kinaesthetic art in the area of contemporary music including performative arts like improvised singing, dancing and acting. Module is strongly connected with expanding voice and body abilities during an artistic creation. Inspired by postulate of Jerzy Grotowski and his Laboratory Theater the module will give to the young artist an extraordinary way of creating a role by using all the gamut of stage expression. The module is dedicated to singers and dancers. The module is based on discovering an archetypical primeval intentions and visions as a main factor in creating an artistic performance.
Module includes singing and dance lesson, musical improvisation, movement and dance improvisation, performative arts laboratory, working with piano coach, full breath&body&mind workshop, history of modern music educational programme.
EOA students will be offered a tailor-made programme:
Singing and dancing lessons.
Performative actions including improvised singing, dance and acting in the area of contemporary music
Names of the professors of this module:
- Urszula Kryger
- Beata Zawadzka-Kłos
- Anna Werecka
- Piotr Miciński
- Przemysław Rezner
- Agnieszka Łuczyńska
Minimum and maximum number of students:
2 – 6 max
Kind of voice and role:
Every kind of voice
Every type of dancer (classical, modern)
Deadline for application and requirements:
- 08 May 2023
- Recordings (DVD, YouTube), application form, artistic CV
Description of the final examination
- Public performance of opera fragment/s
Total expenses of the EOA module per student and what is included / excluded in this price:
- Module is available within an Erasmus exchange (SMS or SMP).
Note! Please, contact your Erasmus office as early as possible in order to be qualified in time for Erasmus scholarship.
- Module could be also available as postgraduate studies. The fee is then approx. 2000 EUR (travel and living costs not included).
Number of ECTS:
English, Italian, German
Training / Operatic practice / Performance