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If you want to continue your study in the sphere of Music, so this is the best Master program for you.

You can choose Classic or Jazz. All the lecturers are professional musicians and  committed to firing your imagination and creativity through a mixture of music classes, projects, master classes, workshops and theme days. This provides you with countless opportunities to become a versatile, creative and all-round musician, capable of developing your own musical ideas and styles.

If you have completed a Bachelor of Music degree, you can take an entrance examination for the Master of Music programme (Classical Music or Jazz), which will allow you to improve your career prospects and broaden your musical horizon.

The two-year internationally-oriented and demanding Master's degree programme centres on the student's personal and specialist development. Alongside the demanding main subject studies, the research and entrepreneurship components offer both support and a challenge, enabling students to establish themselves in the world of music with their specific individual qualities. 

After graduating from this Master's degree programme, you will be awarded a Master of Music certificate. This programme has been accredited with the qualification ‘good’ by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO).

Music Master

All orchestral instruments, piano, organ and guitar are offered as main subjects. There are programmes in conducting (wind/brass band and orchestral), music theory, and composition. The Master's programme in Vocal Studies centres on opera. 

Pianists have the option of specialising in ensemble playing / chamber music / accompaniment (vocal and instrumental coaching). For ensembles, there is a Master's programme in Chamber Music. Singers have the wonderful opportunity of participating in the European Opera Academy. 

Conducting research contributes to the students development into complete musicians. The research results must be as practical as possible, and be of interest to both fellow musicians and audiences.

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