Study information

Once you have successfully completed the Bachelor in Wind Band Conducting, you can enrol for the Master’s programme.

The Master in Wind Band Conducting trains you as a conductor of both amateur and professional orchestras. Conducting is a complex discipline that demands a good artistic development and good social skills. You set high standards, for yourself and for the orchestra, in technical and musical terms. Without a good relationship with the orchestra, a conductor is shooting in the dark. 

The teacher, Alex Schillings, is a great inspiration. There is close contact with the orchestras in the region which can provide internships. Every year there is a project in South Limburg in the spring, where you will spend a week receiving intensive instruction from guest teachers and working with outstanding wind orchestras.






2 years


Master of Music

Tuition fee

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Department head

Wim Vos

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