The first clip from the MCICM symposium in Maastricht has been published.
The program for the first symposium of the Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music has been announced. It looks fascinating and offers of mix of interesting speakers, panels and - an orchestral rehearsal with a unique proposal. Two intense days are planned for March 29 and 30, 2019. There is a maximum of … Continue reading Program first symposium MCICM announced
My article just published by the internet journal http://www.artsmanagement.net gives an insight about the connection between the establishment of the Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music (MCICM) and the proces of change at the philharmonie zuidnederland. Read it here.
The researchers of the MCICM: from left to right: Prof. Peter Peters (NL), Veerle Spronck (NL, Ties van der Werff (NL) Imgoen Eve (AUS), Denise Petzold (D) Karoly Galindo Molina (MEX), Neil Smith (UK) The Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music (MCICM) invites all interested parties to attend the first public symposium titled … Continue reading COMING UP: First symposium MCICM – Rehearsing Orchestral Innovation.
I reported earlier about my initiative to found the Maastricht Center for the Innovation of Classical Music as a cooperation between the University of Maastricht, Hogeschool Zuyd and the South Netherlands Philharmonic. Today the search for the personality to become the first Professor on Innovation of Classical Music started. Here is the full profile of … Continue reading Search procedure for the first professor for Innovation of Classical Music
How it all started It all started about 30 months back: On October 31st, 2014. I had a meeting with Prof. Luc Soete, rector magnificus of the University of Maastricht. And in that meeting I talked for the first time about my idea to create an institute in which academic research would lead to new approaches … Continue reading The launch of the MCICM is a reason to celebrate
On April 19, 2017 the University of Maastricht, Zuyd University of Applied Sciences and the South Netherlands Philharmonic officially launched the Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music (MCICM). The initiative for the MCICM was taken by Stefan Rosu, intendant of the South Netherlands Philharmonic. The Centre is a worldwide unique initiative. The MCICM … Continue reading Centre for Innovation of Classical Music settles in Maastricht