Classical Master Electives

Courses which have less than eight registrations before July 1, will be cancelled.

Each elective can be combined with others so as to create a connected package. The course descriptions below contain suggestions for such combinations under the header 'Related electives'.


Classical DepartmentAdvanced Rhythm David de Marez Oyens, Rafael Reina, Jos Zwaanenburg
  As Waters Rise: Musical Storytelling Kim Spierenburg
  Baroque Dance: Practice and Notation Rachel Davies-Farr
  Building a Successful Professional Practice Marijn Korff de Gidts, guest instructors
  Creative Performance Lab Arnold Marinissen, Jorge Isaac, Jaco Benckhuijsen
  Electronic Music Jorrit Tamminga
  From Lully to Boulez: Musical Life in Paris through the Centuries Michel Khalifa
  Harmony and Analysis Practicum Ward Spanjers
  History of the Early Music Movement Mimi Mitchell
  History of the Orchestra Johannes Leertouwer
  Instrumentation and Classical Arranging Michael Langemann
  Intercultural Engagements in Music Composition and Performance Harm Langenkamp
  Moving and Musicking with the Elderly Jacqueline Koop, Ellen van Hoek
  Music for an Inclusive Society Ben Hekkema
  Music on Prescription: The Role of Music in the Well-Being of Patients in Hospitals Julia Bitter, Iris van Doggenaar
  Music Theatre and Stage Performance Jorge Isaac, Virag Deszö
  The Musical Body Marja Mosk
  Musical Texture Amit Gur
  New Methodologies for Music Research Mimi Mitchell
  New Perspectives on Music Pedagogy Reinhard Findenegg
  Orchestral Practice and Audition Training David Peralta
  Patterns of Performance: The Neuroscience of Improving Experts Beorn Nijenhuis
  Posthuman Creativity Labs: Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain in Music Adam Łukawski
  The Romantic Style in Theory and Practice Johannes Leertouwer
  Sources and Resources: From Manuscript to Edition Andrea Friggi
  Technological Strategies in Composing and Performing Arnold Marinissen
  Transdisciplinary Approaches: Composing Time & Space Thanasis Deligiannis
  Tuning and Temperament Jonas Bisquert, Andrea Friggi, Jorge Isaac, Jos Zwaanenburg
Jazz Department to be decided yet  

Students may choose the following courses for individual credits (but NOT) for master elective credits:

Introduction to Advanced Rhythm Jos Zwaanenburg, Jonas Bisquert, Kristina Fuchs, Andys Skordis