Paul Craenen appointed as new lector at the Royal Conservatoire

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December 21st 2017

Paul Craenen (1972) has been appointed as the new lector in ‘Music, Education & Society’ at the Royal Conservatoire with effect from February 2018. Craenen earned his PhD at the University of Leiden in 2011, having formerly been a researcher at the Orpheus Institute in Ghent and the artistic director of the Flemish organisation Musica, Impulse Centre for Music. As head of the lectorate, Craenen plans to explore the role and relevance of music practice in contemporary society in greater depth and link the research to music education. The ‘Music, Education & Society’ research group is the Royal Conservatoire’s second lectorate, following the ‘Research in the Arts’ lectorate directed by Henk Borgdorff.

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