Q&A Master Project - Tony Overwater

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The main goal of the Master of Music programme of the Royal Conservatoire is for students to develop and complete their own Master’s project, that integrates artistic development, research and professional integration.

Do you want to learn more about the Master Project, get to know one of the teachers and ask all of your questions? Then join us in the online Q&A with teacher Tony Overwater.

Tony Overwater is a Jazz musician with an affinity with oriental and early music. He teaches double bass and electric bass at the Jazz department. He obtained his own master’s degree at the Royal Conservatoire ánd supervises many students in their Master Projects. He could tell you all about how the Master programme is structured, also if you’re not a Jazz musician.

More information? Go to our 'Apply now' pages for more information about the Royal Conservatoire, Master Research and the Jazz Department.



26 januari 2021 19.00 - 19:30


Online, via Microsoft Teams.