Netherlands Carillon School
The Netherlands Carillon School, part of the HKU Utrechts Conservatorium, offers a complete conservatoire study. The programme for the Bachelor of Music diploma takes four years and can be followed for another two years for the Master of Music diploma.
Within the curriculum, there is differentiation between the subjects all faculty students have to take and those specific to the main carillon study. General subjects, such as History of Music and Music Theory, are given in Utrecht. All subjects specific to the carillon are given in Amersfoort.
Students who study carillon as a secondary subject, or who have done a conservatoire study elsewhere, can usually take the specific subjects only.
Utrecht School of the Arts
HKU University of the Arts Utrecht is at the heart of Utrecht’s cultural and student life. With over 3,900 students, the HKU is one of the largest schools of art in Europe. They offer preparatory courses, bachelor and master programmes and research degrees in fine art, design, media, games and interaction, music, theatre and arts management.
The HKU has close ties with the University of Utrecht and is prominently represented in various European networks of higher art education.