De tekst over de Joint Master is in het Engels omdat dit internationale programma grotendeels in het Engels wordt aangeboden.
The two-year master programme ‘Joint Music Master for New Audiences and Innovative Practice’ is the first Joint European Master in the field of music.
A new innovative curriculum has been developed with five higher music education institutions and a further seven external professional and educational organisations in four European countries. The programme will provide musicians with the skills and knowledge to become artistically flexible practitioners, able to adjust to a wide range of situations in a variety of artistic and social contexts.
Whether your background is classical or jazz, if you are interested in leading creative projects and collaborating with practitioners in other art forms, then the ‘Joint Music Master for New Audiences and Innovative Practice’ is the course for you!
After graduating from the Joint Music Master you are equipped to work in a large variety of contexts. Graduates have developed the skills to set up and lead innovative creative projects in diverse artistic, community and cross-sector settings and to attract and create new audiences.
The settings and organisations where you will be able to work are ample and depend on your own wishes and chosen pathway as well. The specialisation area (Ensembles; Collaborative Practice; Cross-sector settings) that you have chosen in the Joint Master Programme will provide you with the skills to build up a career in that particular area but you are very well equipped to work in other areas as well. Example of a Personal Study Pathway.
Example of Entrepreneurship within the Master of Music
Students in the Master of Music are being prepared on a career as entrepreneurs (among other things) during their studies. For all students the Professional Integration Project (30 ECTS) is the masterpiece, in which they combine musicianship with applied research skills and entrepreneurship. They take modules like Project Management & Entrepreneurship’, ‘Music in Business’ en ‘Marketing & Communication’ to prepare them on being an entrepreneur.
In the Professional Integration Project "Two Languages - One Dialogue", bij Chara Riala (1st year NAIP student), all these aspects fit perfectly together. She is working on a collaborative music performance that builds upon the strengths of both communal groups in Cyprus. It is based on the specific cultural inheritance (stories and music) of both the Turkish and the Greek community on this divided island. Chara presented her research on the possibilities for such community music projects in Cyprus and a work plan. She made a project plan, business plan, a financial plan and a marketing strategy.
Nordic Art - NAIP at the Groninger Museum
This video is the result of a collaborative performance by Chris Paul Daniels, Guy Wood and students from the NAIP programme at the Prince Clause Conservatoire in the Netherlands commissioned by the Groninger Museum for the opening of their exhibition, Nordic Art 1880-1920, on the eighth of December, 2012. Paintings used courtesy of the Groninger Museum.
NAIP teacher Marc van Roon presented a lecture during TEDxLEIDEN "From Score to Core":