Graduation day is always special, but being in the class of 2020 is extra special. Via Zoom twenty-five gifted dancers, mostly abroad, celebrated their graduation. With warm words from teachers, funny student video’s and finally graduation caps throwing in the air!
Last week Codarts Pop Zoom took place. An online mini showcase for Pop students, organized via a Zoom-meeting. In this way, the students were able to (virtually) meet some people from the field of music promotion, to ask questions and to show them their work. Read here all the great advices our students received.
The teacher inside Marcel Reijans is jubilant. “The best education possible, that is what we wish to provide our students with. We – the four main subject teachers classical singing at Codarts – are therefore terribly pleased that Margreet Honig, the most prominent voice pedagogue in the Netherlands, will be giving a series of master classes here.”
Special circumstances ask for special measures. This year eight students received dance grants via a Zoom-meeting!
Because of the Covid-19 Lock down, the “backing vocals” exam of Codarts Pop is slightly different this year. We've decided to invite guest singer Martin van der Starre, to record “With a little help from my friends” on a backing track made by students of Codarts. All singers had to record and film their backing-parts at home. The result is amazingly good!
Rotterdam will undergo a green metamorphosis. This week, the city council announced that it will invest 233 million euros in seven major projects in the coming years.
A new music video! In the Grote Zaal of de Doelen – and in close collaboration with de Doelen – Classical Music students directed by conductor Mikel Fernandez Rodríguez recorded the 2nd and 3rd movement of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 9.
Read here the interview with Codarts Popstudent Amina Sahli. She tells us about her first single 'Morgen' which she released during the Coronacrisis.
First a study at Utrecht University, then travelling through South America, and after that enrolling in the study programme Dance in Education. No problem for Anneloes: ‘I like being “out of my head” to look for new connections in practice by dancing.’