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MCICM’s organised its first experiment: Mahler am Tisch

The Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music (MCICM) concluded its first experiment that focused on Mahler and informal local performance settings. During Mahler am Tisch, three ensembles played adaptations of Mahler’s orchestral music as well as traditional folk music from Mahler’s time in two cafés in Maastricht. Mahler am Tisch was the first…

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Upcoming Kenniskring December 12th: Johan Idema on impact of art visits

Research Centre for Arts, Autonomy and the Public Sphere presents: KENNISKRING December 12, 15h-17h Wyck Concert Hall, Conservatorium Maastricht Franciscus Romanusweg 90 Rothko’s painting moves us to tears. The voice of soprano Lorraine Hunt leaves us in ecstasy. But do they? Only a few visitors of an exhibition or theatre performance seem to experience strong emotions,…

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Three winners of this year’s thesis prize

On November 26th, the winners of the Thesis Prize for students of the arts Zuyd were announced during an interesting and festive afternoon in Maastricht. The winners of the Thesis Prize study year 2018/2019 are (in no particular order): Kevin Strüder – Anomie The jury welcomed the artistic research through visual research of Keven Strüder’s…

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Workshop and Award Ceremony Thesis Prize 2019

Registreer voor de workshop via: ghislaine.boere@zuyd.nl Award Ceremony Thesis Prize / Scriptiekunst 2019Herdenkingsplein MaastrichtTuesday, 26 November 2019 14.00-17.30h 14.00 till 16.30 Workshops for teachers and students: how to deal with a thesis/research in the arts? * Marcel van der KlinkLooking under the surface: Hey student and supervisor, what is in it for you? Writing a thesis…

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Mahler am Tisch

The first experiment of our Artful Participation-project is coming up: Mahler am Tisch! Between November 19 and 23 special concerts will pop-up in café Forum and Café Tribunal in Maastricht. Three different ensembles will play unique pieces of music, inspired by Gustav Mahler’s folk roots. Different music each night, especially made for the occasion. Walk…

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Remy Kroese & Marlies Vermeulen present at symposium on borders and public health

On November 22nd, an interesting symposium takes place at our colleagues of the health faculty at Maastricht University. Remy and Marlies (Dear Hunter) are presenting some findings of their Border Encyclopedia project. See the program below. If you want to attend, please send an email to a.kamenshchikova@maastrichtuniversity.nl. Ethnographics and statistics of global traveling practices, multiple…

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Call for Projects, Workshops and Papers: Fail Better: Sharing Challenges and Learning in Classical Music Innovation

Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical MusicDates: 27–28 March 2020Main venue: Conservatory Maastricht, the Netherlands. Innovation in classical music is happening everywhere, driven by musicians and orchestras around the globe. Although we tend to share our successes, there are few spaces to reflect on the challenges, obstacles and potential risks that we encounter in…

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Save the Date: Award ceremony thesis prize

On the afternoon of Tuesday the 26th of November 2019 (from 13:00 onwards), the thesis prize of the research centers AOK and TDA will be awarded for the best theses of our art students from the year 2018-19. Before the announcement of the award, an afternoon will be organized during which we will look back on…

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Dear Hunter at University of Amsterdam

Our own Remy and Marlies of Dear Hunter have made camp at the campus of the University of Amsterdam, to explore what the campus means to its inhabitants and users. After 15 years of developing the campus Dear Hunter aims to reflect on what has been created and perhaps reshape & modify it to the…

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