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The Maastricht Experimental Research in and through the Arts Network (MERIAN) has selected two PhD trajectories as part of the collaborative programme among the MERIAN strategic partners – Maastricht University, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences and the Jan van Eyck Academie.
We congratulate Peter Rijkx with his work anniversary at Conservatorium Maastricht We would like to thank him for all the years he has taught our students and we hope there are many years to come.
Theodore Kim won the 1st prize of the XX International Youth Performance Art Competition "AKORDY KHORTYTSI" 2021 in Ukraine. Congratulations!
Great news! The Trio Carlino with Klara Gronet, violin, Eline Hensels, cello and Daniël Vissers, piano played the second of Three nocturnes for piano trio by Ernest Bloch. at Radio 4.