The first clip from the MCICM symposium in Maastricht has been published.
How to attract a young public for classical music? Adam Szabo @Mr_Szabo, co-founder and CEO of the Manchester Collective @manc_collective, has started a blog titled 'A younger audience for classical music'. Pierrot Lunaire by Manchester Collective for a young audience You can learn how important it is to have a fancy twitter adres. And that … Continue reading Attracting the Young 1 – Adam Szabo’s blog
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.
Together with Veerle Spronck and Prof. Peter Peters, I presented first results of the academic research of the MCICM and future projects of the Institute at the Classical:NEXT in Rotterdam today. Most importantly Peter asked the audience present to share their experiences and knowledge with the institute. The MCICM welcomes to receive information about all … Continue reading MCICM’s new leader asks to share experiences and knowledge
Under the titel "The Researching Orchestra" I will chair a session at the Classical:NEXT conference on May 17, 2018 in Rotterdam. I will talk about the steps the South Netherlands Philharmonic has taken to prepare for renewal and innovation. It is also the first opportunity to meet Prof. Peter Peters, the first professor for Innovation … Continue reading ‘The Researching Orchestra’ at the Classical:NEXT 2018
The search procedure for the first professor to lead the Maastricht Center for the Innovation of Classical Music was succesful: Dr. Peter Peters will become the first personality to lead the institute as Distinguished University Professor for Innovation in Classical Music from september 1st, 2018 onwards. My warmest congretulations to Peter. This is an excellent choice and … Continue reading Peter Peters will lead the MCICM
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 do we describe the term 'quality' for the symphony orchestra? The South Netherlands Philharmonic took a first step to explore that issue. It seems to be easy to describe the quality of the orchestra performing a masterpiece. Perfect playing, inspiration, truth to the score etc. But what, if we want to describe the quality … Continue reading On doing being a stranger