Early Music Faculty

Principal Subjects

Baroque and Classical flute
Marten Root  
Jed Wentz

Baroque oboe
Josep Domenech

Recorder
Jorge Isaac

Baroque and Classical bassoon
Benny Aghassi

Natural horn
Bart Aerbeydt

Natural trumpet, cornetto
Nicolas Isabelle

Baroque violin, Classical violin and viola
Shunske Sato   
Sayuri Yamagata  
Antoinette Lohmann 

Baroque cello
Viola de Hoog

Viola da gamba
Mieneke van der Velden

Violone
Margaret Urquhart

Lute, Theorbo
Fred Jacobs

Harpsichord
Menno van Delft section representative
Miklós Spanyi + early music improvisation

Clavichord
Menno van Delft

Fortepiano
Olga Pashchenko 

Organ
Pieter van Dijk section representative, principal subject, methodology
Matthias Havinga principal subject
Louis Robilliard guest teacher in 2015-2016
Miklós Spányi improvisation and basso continuo
Gerben Gritter organ building

Basso continuo
Kris Verhelst

Voice
Xenia Meijer

Subsidiary and Other Subjects

Early guitar 
Izhar Elias

Baroque harp
Constance Allanic

lute and theorbo
Fred Jacobs

Baroque violin and viola
Shunske Sato  
Sayuri Yamagata 
Antoinette Lohmann 

Baroque cello
Viola de Hoog

viola da gamba
Mieneke van der Velden

violone
Margaret Urquhart

recorder
Jorge Isaac

traverso
Marten Root 
Jed Wentz

Baroque hobo
Josep Domenech

Baroque fagot
Benny Aghassi

natural horn
Bart Aerbeydt

natural trumpet, cornetto
Nicolas Isabelle

Jed Wentz declamation and gesture
Johan Hofmann harpsichord as a subsidiary subject & harmony in historical performance practice
Tilman Gey harpsichord as a subsidiary subject, répétiteur
Alessandro Pianu harpsichord répétiteur 
Olga Pashchenko fortepiano répétiteur
Richard Bot gregorian chant
Rachel Farr Renaissance and Baroque dance
Peter van Heygen Historical Informed Performance practice (of music between ca.1480 & ca.1820)
Andrea Friggi master elective
Mimi Mitchell research mentor
Job IJzerman historical ear training, early music analysis

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