Simone Roerade, voice teacher at the Pop Music department, teaches and holds auditions in her studio at home.
A percussionist at home without percussion? No way! This is why Codarts is supplying students at home with their instruments whenever possible. Branko Valchev: ‘I am over the moon having the marimba in my room!’
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.”
In this fourth video, Wilma Franchimon, president of the Executive Board, answers a new selection of questions.
In this video a word from Jan Kuhr, Head of Production at Codarts. Jan speaks about a.o. the way the Production department is dealing with the current situation and the importance of staying in communication with eachother.
Music Theatre student Rick Bock has only been at Codarts for six months, but now he’s at home, like everyone else. ‘I do miss school a lot: performing, singing, being together. I was just beginning to settle in! Fortunately, we keep in touch online. And the teachers are really there for us as well.’
Fleur Bonnewits (class 5 VWO music) takes online lessons and works a lot on her own music. Her band's performances have all been canceled.
Manon Verplancke, third year student Circus Arts, misses training, most of all. And the social contacts. "So yeah, I do miss school. I have to admit, though, that this period lends itself well to working on myself and take some personal time."
Codarts TV is new broadcast platform to keep you informed about the current situation regarding the coronavirus and the developments at Codarts.
In our first episode Wilma Franchimon, President of the Executive Board of Codarts Rotterdam talks a.o. about the importance of communication and sharing creative, motivating and supporting ideas.
Dancer, teacher, and former student of Codarts' Bachelor Dance Teacher Manouk Schrauwen and her partner, choreographer Jordy Dik (also former student of Codarts), are not the stay-at-home types. But now they have little choice and so what can you do? Make a dance video in one day!