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Anne Eding in KINTSUGI (final Tom Jaspers, Master Music Theatre ) | Photographer: Naomi Noltes

Music Theatre

Anne Eding in KINTSUGI (final Tom Jaspers, Master Music Theatre ) | Photographer: Naomi Noltes
  • Master's
  • 2 years, full-time
  • Dutch
  • Arnhem

The Master Music Theater deepens and broadens your craftsmanship as a music theater maker. You are challenged to intensively research your own signature: what is your artistic source, what do you want to convey and and how do you make that theatrical? Where, how and for whom? Through individual projects with our partners Orkater, Orkest de Ereprijs, Theater Sonnevanck and a masterclass from Via Berlin, you get yourself involved and explicitly relating to the field of work.

Music Theatre

In brief

  • Unique course: the only Master Music Theatre in the Netherlands
  • Total freedom to shape your route and study programme
  • Become an independent maker and performer of music theatre
  • Learn to position yourself and explore your work in relation to other makers
  • Access to an international network of professionals
  • Challenge yourself and find your DNA as a maker and performer
  • Tailored programme with different disciplines under one roof
  • Guest teachers who have earned their spurs in practice

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Your ambition, your route

As a Master student in Music Theatre, you create your own music theatre practice. The course helps you become (more) aware of your unique identity as professional specialist. To be flexible, proactive and see opportunities. You learn to explore the subjects that inspire you and discover how you can find suitable forms for them. After graduating, you are ready to take your place in the field as a music theatre performer and maker at master level. More importantly: you can shape, renew and broaden the field.

 

You learn to position yourself and explore your work in relation to other makers. This enables you to make stronger choices.
FALK HÜBNER, research supervisor

Is this the training for you?