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CAS Curating Contemporary Music

From an idea to the successful implementation of artistic projects

General information

The new CAS course “Curating Contemporary Music” is dedicated to professionalizing the curatorial practice of musicians, dramaturges, music educators, musicologists, producers, music journalists, etc. Internationally-renowned curators impart their knowledge and practical experience in the context of currently relevant social issues and discourses. The course also includes practice-oriented curatorial work on selected projects from the Festival ZeitRäume Basel - Biennale for New Music and Architecture (September 2021). Very good knowledge of the contemporary music scene is a prerequisite for participation.

Lecturers

Björn Gottstein, Heloisa Amaral, Bernhard Günther, Daniel Ott, Theresa Beyer, Barbara Eckle, Brandon Farnsworth, Christine Fischer, Irena Müller-Brozovic, Michal Libera, Michael Kunkel, Anja Wernicke

Course management

Michael Kunkel, Anja Wernicke, Björn Gottstein

Admission requirements

Bachelor's degree in music performance, composition, music education, musicology, cultural management, cultural studies or in a discipline relevant to contemporary music (e.g. theater, dance, visual arts). Very good knowledge of the contemporary music scene is required. The course is subject to a fee of CHF 3'400.-

Application documents

  • Registration form, download PDF
  • Letter of motivation (1–2 A4 pages)
  • CV (max 2 A4 pages)
  • Description of a self-designed curatorial project in contemporary music (in planning or already implemented), scope: max. 5,000 characters
  • Diploma/degree certificates from universities/colleges
  • References and one (or more) letters of recommendation from past/current employers 

Please send the documents in a PDF by September 30, 2020 to:
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