Lectorate Event

On 27 January, the lectorate ‘Music, Education and Society’ will present the outcomes of last year’s research projects, as well as introduce the research group of 2021.

From research into self-regulation habits of students, pianoforte research into the Classical Style, to the completion and software implementation of Project 2, a historically important computer-aided composition programme by Gottfried Michael Koenig: these are just a few examples of the diverse research projects that will be presented through presentations and artistic interventions. We are also looking forward to upcoming research projects with the 2021 researchers, who will offer a creative glimpse into their plans.

The event will take place online via Microsoft Teams and will be public, with no registration necessary. For the link to the meeting, please contact Roos Leeflang (r.leeflang@koncon.nl).


13.30 Welcome by lector Paul Craenen
~ Collaborative Music Creation by Karst de Jong
~ SRL: Enhancing Self-regulated Learning for Musicians by Susan Williams
~ Freedom of Speech, Understanding Flexibility in the Score by Bart van Oort
15.00 break & Q&A with Karst, Susan and Bart in separate breakout rooms

15:30 Programme resumes
~The Impact of Storytelling in Concerts by Ilona Sie Dhian Ho
~ Spot on the Dots: Living Learning in Instrumental (Group) Lesson by Mieke van Dael & Klaske de Haan
~ Project 2 by Bjarni Gunnarsson & Darien Brito
~ What may have happened...”: Augmenting the Sense of Sharing in Decentralized Improvisation by Johan van Kreij
~ New Inputs: Interdisciplinary Thinking in Free Improvisation by Richard Barrett
17:30 End of formal programme & start of Q&A with Ilona, Mieke & Klaske and Bjarni in separate breakout rooms

Interspersed with short video teasers by: Ji Youn Kang, Aart Strootman, Inês D’Avena & Claudio Ribeiro, Inés Costales, Felix Schlarmann

If you are interested in the recent and future research projects at the Royal Conservatoire, this event will be worth a visit!



27 januari 2021 13.30 - 17:30


Microsoft Teams