Welcome to the Online Open Day
We are happy to help you with your choice of study. You can e-mail all your questions.
Do you want to stand out in your own musical discipline? Do you want to play in ensembles and create music together? Do you want to work hard, be creative and collaborate with other art disciplines? Then come and study at the internationally oriented professional Bachelor’s programme of AMPA: putting your musical talent to work!
Online information session June 11th
On June 11th Martyn Smits, Head of Studies AMPA, will host an MS Teams online information session. He will give an overview of the AMPA Curriculum and Program. Afterwards there is room for questions.
19:00h Welcome & Instructions
19:05h Corona & Education in September
19:10h Presentation Curriculum AMPA
19:55h Closing Remarks
After your registration (click on the REGISTER HERE button) we will ensure to send you an invitation link for MS Teams to join the session. You can expect this email a day before the MS Teams live event.
During this MS Teams session we will tell you more about the program. There will also be time to ask questions.
Online test Jazz History and Research by lecturer Koen Graat
About this assignment:
In Jazz History and Research we will focus both on the past and the present. We will be looking at different jazz styles, key figures, and influential (musical) movements that are part of the jazz history. But we will also make the connection with the present. Students will have to visit concerts and prepare a presentation with a focus on contemporary musicians. All together we will be approaching jazz as music of the present, and not only as music of the past. The course and tests will help you to improve and enrich your aesthetical awareness as a musician.
Click HERE and make the Online test Jazz History and Research. Good luck!
About lecturer Koen Graat: he works as a programmer for the festivals November Music and Jazz in Duketown and the venues Paradox and Verkadefabriek. Furthermore he is a writer for the magazine Jazzism, and is often asked to participate in commissions and juries. Jazz History and Research is part of the programme in the first and second year, and gives you a broader view of developments in music. It is complementary to other classes you will attend, both theoretical and pratical.
Contemporary Music Days 2020
Alumnus Sanne Rambags