From Bach's fugues to Ligeti's dense sound textures. In the Classical Music program, you will develop your own musical personality.
Your story, your audience
From baroque and classical, to Romanticism and
contemporary. You will translate sheet music into your own story with which you
try to connect with your audience. The world is changing, how will you use your
talent to keep surprising your audience?
What will you learn?
You will gain expertise on your instrument, become familiar with various styles, and explore your talents. You will also develop skills to create new places in the professional field. You will develop a keen eye for new possibilities and ways to reach your audience.
You can choose one of the following main subjects:• string instruments: violin, viola, violoncello or double bass• wind instruments: flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet
• other instruments: piano, harp, organ or carillon• singing
• choral conducting
Why this program?
You examine new ways of using classical music in the twenty first century and of telling your own story. Your teachers are renowned musicians that are dedicated to their students. You will quickly get to know all your fellow students with whom you will form ensembles and share experiences. You will participate in projects in which various art forms are brought together such as theatre, visual arts, music technology, etc. This creates a powerful connection between you and the professional field.
Find out who the teacher at HKU Utrechts Conservatorium are and with whom you would like to take main subject lessons.
You have a passion for classical music that you want to share with your audience, fellow musicians, and students. You are interested in various applications of classical music that let you connect with your audience and excite people for classical music.
The application deadline is February 1, 2018.
The admission exams are between April 3 and 13, 2018.
You will become an expert in the field of classical music. As a specialist, you are comfortable in various roles in the professional field. In an ensemble or orchestra, or as a soloist, teacher, organiser, or musical leader.
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