The festival conference “Doctors in Performance" will take place on September 2-4 2020 at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, Tallinn.
The purpose of the festival conference is to give doctoral students (music) and young researchers with PhD/Doc.Mus. degrees the possibility to present their creative research projects through performance of musical works, improvisations, and/or presentation and discussion of research topics. The following session formats will be offered: recital, lecture-recital, paper.
The Call for Abstracts is open until 1 April 2020. All submissions will be evaluated by the organizers of the conference on the grounds of the quality of research and/or performance. Papers will be selected by May 15, 2020. For submission details and other practical information, please follow the link: www.dip2020.eu
The 1st festival conference “Doctors in Performance" took place in 2014 in Helsinki. Since then biennial festival conferences have been held in Dublin and Vilnius.
EAMT announces the competition for student projects
The deadline for project drafts: February 20, 2020 at 12:00
The preliminary project plan has to include:
- the title and purpose of the project;
- summary, target group, preliminary budget;
- expected outcomes of the project;
- responsible organiser of the project, team and potential partners;
- contact datas (e-mail, phone, account no)
The competition jury will select the most promising ideas. These ideas/teams will be participating in the 3-months Creative Business Development program STARTERtallinn (starting February 26). The jury will assess the developed ideas again in the end of May and up to three best projects will be granted a scholarship in order to implement the idea.
The prize fund is 800 €.
The jury will prefer sustainable creative projects and business ideas with a specific output. Students of all levels (BA, MA, and Doctoral degree) are welcome to submit their ideas to the competition.
Jury will select winners according to the terms and conditions of the competition The selected projects have to be implemented during one calendar year after the competition; the projects have to be publicly introduced as being held under the aegis of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and the winners of competition must follow the requirements of the competition rules.
The deadline for submitting projects is at 12:00 on February 20, 2020. Projects have to be submitted electronically to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org in Estonian or in English.
The Yamaha scholarship competition 2020, open to all full time piano students of the EAMT, will take place on Friday, 28 February at 10.00 in the concert hall of EAMT. Candidates will be asked to play a programme of their own choosing with the maximum duration of 25-30 min.
In order to participate, please send your name and programme by 20 February 2020 latest to email@example.com.
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre is pleased to announce the beginning of receiving admission applications from international students for the academic year 2020-2021! All applications are submitted using the Dreamapply website starting from 15 January.
Before applying, please take your time to get acquainted with our programmes taught in English and general admission info that includes the exact audition periods, how and when to apply, and how high is the application fee. The specific admission requirements for the Bachelor's studies can be found here, for the Master's studies here and for the Doctoral studies here.
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre promotes open education and an international study environment. Young talented people, who meet the required standards, are always welcome to study here. The number of international students at our Academy has increased rapidly in recent years: out of a total of approximately 630 students about 160 are from other countries than Estonia.
Fundraising coach and lecturer Heidi Lehmuskumpu gives a seminar at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre on January 17.
Heidi Lehmuskumpu is a versatile fundraising, communications and arts management specialist. She is focused on developing strategic fundraising in the fields of arts and science. After working as Development Manager in fundraising for four years at the Finnish National Opera and Ballet, Lehmuskumpu is now a full-time PhD student at the University of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy. Her research focuses on strategic fundraising at international opera and ballet organizations. In addition, Lehmuskumpu gives lectures and workshops on fundraising.
Lehmuskumpu has graduated as a Fulbright Scholar from the Fundraising and Grantmaking Master’s Program at New York University. Her other two Master’s degrees are from the fields of Economics (Aalto University, Helsinki School of Economy) and Arts Management (University of the Arts Helsinki, Sibelius Academy). Previously Lehmuskumpu has worked as Fundraising and Alumni Specialist at the University of Helsinki's Medical Faculty, and as Communications, Marketing and Investor Relations Professional. In addition, Lehmuskumpu has a background as Journalist.
Fundraising seminar on Friday, 17.01 2PM–4.30 in EAMT, room A-403. Please register: firstname.lastname@example.org
Implementing the unique LoLa (low latency) streaming technology, the concert“Connecting Traditions” will take place on 20 December 2019 simultaneously in two locations: at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EAMT) and at the Hajibeyov Baku Academy of Music.
LoLa (low latency) technology tool enables real time musical performances where musicians are physically located in remote sites (up to 5000 km) connected by advanced network services with no significant distortion or delay. Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre is the first in Estonia to use this tool and has gained rich LoLa experience since the first introduction of LoLa in Tallinn in a concert “Music without Borders” on 5 October 2017 in the framework of the 2nd Eastern Partnership Ministerial Meeting on Digital Economy.
Thanks to the EaPConnect project, LoLa is now available in Eastern Partnership countries. This project sets out to create a regional research and education network in Eastern Europe and the Southern Caucasus with the objective to decrease the digital divide, improve intra-regional connectivity and facilitate participation of local scientists, students and academics in global research and education collaborations.
Organized in connection with the EaPConnect Enlighten Your Research 2018 winning project “MIRCO: Music Instruments Renewal via Contemporary Creation” (project leader Paolo Girol, EAMT), the concert “Connecting Traditions” features top musicians from Estonia and Azerbaijan performing in real time to showcase how seamless connection the R&E networks and LoLa provide.
A world premiere of new composition for traditional instruments Kannel (EST) and Tar (AZ) by Azerbaijani composer Ilaha Qismat forms the heart of this concert. Speeches by high-level guests and performances by artists in Baku and Tallinn, Estonia, connected via R&E networks with LoLa technology will complete the event.
‘Connecting Traditions’ LoLa concert between Azerbaijan and Estonia 20 December 18:00 (EST 16:00) Baku, Azerbaijan
World Youth Choiris looking for young, talented, experienced singers between 17 and 26 years old, as on July 1st, 2020 (obligatory).
The audition will take place on Friday, 6 December 2019 at 11.00 in the Chamber hall of the EAMT (C-405).
During your audition you will be recorded and asked to perform (in the following order):
1) A range test - one scale sung forte a cappella on an open vowel presenting the entire voice-range;
2) Sight-reading - an unknown exercise that is not prepared in advance. You can use up to 10 minutes to look the exercise through (not using a piano, except for the introduction pitch/cadenza), analyze all tonal and theory components. Then record at first attempt in front of the jury;
3) Prepared score - obligatory choral excerpt from Beethoven's 9th Symphony.
4) Prepared aria of choice. Please bring your own piano accompanist!
The summer session 2020 will be held fromJuly 30th to August 20th. The rehearsal session in Bonn, Germany will be followed by a tour with concerts in Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and Austria. The choir will be under the artistic direction of conductors Tan Dun (USA) and Jörn Hinnerk Andresen (DEU) and will perform a programme with Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and a commission work by Tan Dun called "Nine". More detailed info is available at the WYC homepage.
NB! All the expenses during the summer session are covered by the WYC. Nevertheless, the selected singers are expected to pay the participation fee 100€, traveling costs to Germany and back, the insurance costs + some pocket money for private expenses.
You can sign up for the audition until 29 November 2019 latest by sending an e-mail either to:
Kai Kiiv, International Relations Specialist of the EAMT, email@example.com
The Drama School of EAMT is the largest theatre school in Estonia, where actors, directors and dramaturgy students are trained. As Estonians are considered to be ‘theatre people’, Drama School has always had an important place in Estonian culture, and events taking place at the school are at the centre of the public’s attention. More info: www.lavakas.ee