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This page contains information about the pathway Historical Instruments at HKU Utrechts Conservatorium.


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Course Leaders

The course leader of the Historical Instruments subjects linked to the main subject is Joop van Deuren. You can contact him via

The course leader of the subjects not linked to the main subject (e.g. education) is Cécile Rongen. You can make an appointment with her via

The course leaders are supported by Sonja Heimans in the organisation of the projects and chamber music.

current events

tutors Utrechts Conservatorium

Jazz & Pop - BMus and MMus

Marloes Hendriks

Classical Music (except Voice), Carillon, Composition, Church Music, Early Music, Musician 3.0 - BMus and MMus

Marijke Arnold

Bachelor of Music in Education, Classical Voice - BMus and MMus

Mathijs van der Heide

Richard Hol Fund and Georgine van den Boogert Foundation

These foundations are for students of HKU Utrechts Conservatorium who need to buy a new musical instrument or who want to attend a course, masterclass or competition abroad.

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ISA request

An individual study activity (ISA) is an activity that is executed outside of the context of the official curriculum and that provides professional work experience. It is a learning experience in the so-called free space. If you want to obtain credits for these activities then fill in the form below, print it out and hand it in (with proof) to the Service Desk (H0.13).

Application form ISA's