CvA Reach Out Programme
CvA Reach Out aims to help musicians who endeavor to start or continue their music education, but no longer have the opportunity to do so within their country of origin. The programme is open to all refugee music students
CvA Reach Out Sundays
Every Sunday we will open our doors and offer free music lessons, workshops, and other facilities and means of support to registered refugees living (temporarily) in the Netherlands to help with the continuation of their studies or the start of their (higher) music education.
CvA Reach Out is for Registered Refugees, living (temporarily) in the Netherlands who are:
youngsters between the ages of 8 and 18 who have had music lessons in their country of origin, providing:
- free lessons on Sundays at CvA by experienced staff and/or alumni.
- lessons will be between 30-45 minutes, depending on age and skill level
- advanced and talented pupils still in primary or secondary school can enter the Sweelinck Academy, Junior Jazz College or the Young Pop Academy
- social meeting place with lunch provided between 12.30-13.30h
To find out if and how we can help you, please fill out the application form. We will do our best to find a place for you within this programme, or help you find the right music school or organization for your specific question or situation.
If you have any questions, you can contact CvA Reach Out coordinator Anton Jakimenko at firstname.lastname@example.org.