Towards 2040: Creating Classical Music Futures (Online Symposium)
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Marc Schaeferdiek, our lecture Classical Oboe, wrote a new book! The book "Basic Technique for Oboe Vol. 2" is aimed at students, professionals and also advanced students.
Proud of our fantastic teacher Elisabeth Dumont, she was the first to research the effect of special music education on the functioning of children from six to nine years old. Today she defended her thesis at Maastricht University! Read more
Starting from September 2021, Hans Leenders will be the new main subject teacher Choral Conducting. Leenders will fulfill this in addition to his role as subject teacher of Organ. With his versatile experience as a teacher, musician, conductor and composer, Conservatorium Maastricht is very pleased with this news.