Academy of Creative and Performing Arts (ACPA)
Sinds 2009 behaalden 57 kandidaten hun doctoraat in Creative en Performing Arts. Op deze pagina een overzicht van ACPA's alumni.
Sonic Peripheries: Middling With/In the Event (September 2019)
Cantos da Floresta (maart 2019)
The 'cello' in the Low Countries- The instrument and its practical use in the 17th and 18th centuries
Dick de Graaf
The magic of projection : augmentation and immersion in media art (December 2016) // Visual artist Sophie Ernst frequently presents slide-lectures on ideas pertaining to her work. Recent lectures include a.o.: “What is a conflict?”, Imperial War Museum North, UK; “HOME”, Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme, FR. Her video works have been shown among others at the Moscow Bienale, Asia Triennial Manchester, ZKM, Karlsruhe, Nasher Museum, Duke University, International Video Festival, Cairo, Johnson Museum, Cornell University.
Het Urban Future-project (November 2016)
Tactile paths : on and through notation for improvisers (December 2016)
Repertoire for a Swedish Bassoon Virtuoso. Approaching early nineteenth-century works composed for Frans Preumayr with an original Grenser & Wiesner bassoon (December 2015) // Currently: professor for historical bassoon at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis and the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague and is a founding member of The Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century .
Inês de Avena Braga
Dolce Napoli: approaches for performances. Recorders for the Neapolitan Baroque repertoire 1695-1759 (July 2015) // Currently: Recorder player with ensembles LOTUS, COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Den Haag, Schifanoia, La Cicala and the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Research Supervisor at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague since 2012.
Finding One’s Own Voice as an Indigenous Filmmaker (October 2015) // Currently: Filmmaker; lecturer and director of the Undergraduate Film & TV program at the University of Edinburgh.
℞eForm (December 2015) // Currently: Artist using diverse media and materials in performances and installations, investigating the legacy of the early 20th century Life Reform Movement.
Die Partimenti von Giovanni Paisiello: Ansätze zu ihrem Verständnis (September 2015) // Currently: teaching the organ at the Musik Akademie Basel (AMS) and is titular organist at the church of St. Theodor in Basel (organ built by Kern, 1984). She was awarded the 2016 hibou-Stiftung Prize in recognition of her outstanding research on partimenti.
The Cognitive Continuum of Electronic Music (December 2014)
Miguelángel Clerc Parada
(De)Composing Immersion (November 2014)
Vokales Instrumentalspiel in der zweiten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts.
Die Aufführungspraxis italienischer Instrumentalmusik in der Auseinandersetzung mit Vokalmusik und Text: Quellen und moderne Umsetzung (June 2014)
Juan Parra Cancino
Multiple Paths: Towards a Performance Practice in Computer Music (December 2014)
Romanticizing Brahms: Early Recordings and the Reconstruction of Brahmsian Identity (December 2014) // Dr. Anna Scott performs extensively as a soloist and as a collaborative pianist; she teaches and supervises Masters and PhD students at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, Leiden University, and the Orpheus Instituut; and she is on the coordination team of the DocArtes Doctoral Programme in the Musical Arts at the Orpheus Instituut.
Hendrik Vanden Abeele
What late medieval chant manuscripts do to a present-day performer of plainchant (December 2014) // Hendrik Vanden Abeele is a pianist, singer, lecturer and researcher. He founded the plainchant group 'Psallentes' in 2000. The ensemble seeks out plainchant and associated polyphony from various historical periods. Hendrik currently works as a postdoctoral researcher and staff member of the Alamire Foundation (Leuven University, Belgium).
Barbara Varassi Pega
LOCVS. Memory and Transience in the Representation of Place. From Italic Domus to Artistic Environment (October 2013) // Artist, researcher and curator. As a lecturer in the Arts Faculty Maastricht, she teaches Artistic Research in the Fine Arts department (BFA/MFA). She is involved in a post-doc project at the Research Centre Autonomy and Public Sphere in the Arts at the same faculty.
Cathy van Eck
Between Air and Electricity - Microphones and loudspeakers as musical instruments (December 2013) // Currently: Composer. Cathy teaches at the University of the Arts Bern and her book Between air and electricity - Microphones and loudspeakers as musical instruments was published in 2017.
Shifting Identities - The musician as theatrical performer (November 2013)
Thirty Sixth Series of the Next Kind of Series (December 2013)
Thinking through the guitar: the sound-cell-texture chain (December 2013) // Currently: Head of Studies of the Master of Music at Fontys School of Fine and Performing Arts, Tilburg.
Mark van Tongeren
Reading Arabic; Legibility Studies for the Arabic Script (October 2012) // Currently: UK Type Director and Legibility Expert at Monotype.
LABORINTH Π - Denken als experiment - ‘472’ Meditaties over de noodzaak van het creatief denken en experimenteren in het uitvoeren van complexe muziek van 1962 tot heden / Thinking as experiment – ‘472’ Meditations on the necessity of creative thinking and experimenting in the performance practice of complex music from 1962 - today (November 2012)
Juan Sebastian Lach Lau
Harmonic duality; From interval ratios and pitch distance to spectra and sensory dissonance (December 2012) // Currently: Composer of chamber and electronic music, teacher composition at Las Rosas Conservatory, Mexico. Also part of a contemporary and experimental music ensemble Liminar.
Basso Continuo Sources from the Dutch Republic c.1620-c.1790 (October 2011)
Bruno Munari and the invention of modern graphic design in Italy, 1928-1945 (May 2011) // Currently: Professor at UQAM's École de design in Montreal, Canada. Specialized in typography. He is member of the Association Typographique Internationale, Société des designeurs graphiques du Québec, AIS Design, and AIAP (Italian graphic designers’ association).
Scorescapes: On Sound, Environment and Sonic Consciousness (December 2011)