Prince Claus Conservatoire

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The Prince Claus Conservatoire (Dutch: Prins Claus Conservatorium) is one of the nine conservatoires in the Netherlands. It is a constituent of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen.

Students normally specialize in one instrument within the classical or jazz music division. Students can also train to become conductors, composers, and music teachers.

Teachers[edit]

Classical
  • Paul Komen
  • Tamara Poddubnaya
  • Bart van de Roer
  • Nata Tsvereli
  • Theo Jellema
  • Wolfgang Zerer
  • Johan Hofmann
  • Jan van Zelm
  • Manon Heijne
  • Egbert Jan Louwerse
  • Thies Roorda
  • Frank Mulder
  • Reinier Hogerheyde
  • Marije van der Ende
  • Peter Stam
  • Jan Schoemaker
  • Frank Brouns
  • Auke van der Merk
  • Hessel Buma
  • Jilt Jansma
  • Michael Eversden
  • Ane Travaille
  • Joeke Hoekstra
  • Luuk Nagtegaal
  • Manja Smits
  • Ilona Sie Dhian Ho
  • Sonja van Beek
  • Veselina Manikova
  • Kati Sebestyen
  • Romana Porumb
  • Ervin Schiffer
  • Gisella Bergman
  • Jan Ype Nota
  • Michel Strauss
  • Corine 't Hoen
  • Sorin Orcinschi
Jazz

Joris Teepe (nl) is head of the Jazz Program.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Joris Teepe: Bass, Heavy", by Bill Milkowski, Jazz Times, April 2006

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