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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.
Helen Svoboda won the encouragement award of scriptiekunst.org 2020. A highly specialized thesis with a twist, dealing with all the technical intricacies of playing
the double bass. ‘Vegetable Bass’ tries to clear the fog surrounding the notation of contemporary music.
Marc Schaeferdiek, our lecture Classical Oboe, wrote a new book! The book is especially aimed at students for basic training, but also at interested advanced oboists as a source of ideas.
Rik Bastiaens (Team leader classical department) has had permanent visual impairment since his birth. How does Rik find his happiness in life despite this influential condition? Mace Winter (student Viscom at Hogeschool Zuyd) has made a short movie about this and has been nominated for best student film at the Limburg Film Festival.