Playing for teachers
If you wish, you can make an appointment with someone from our teaching team to play or sing for. This will give you immediate, targeted feedback with a view to taking part in an artistic entrance examination.
General information sessions
In the morning, we will organize a first online info session in English. The information you need to participate will come online later.
In the afternoon, two info sessions are planned on campus (in Dutch). In these, Inge Simoens, head of the Classical Music programme, will explain what it means to study classical music at the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp: what subjects do you get? What are the programme's focal points? What can you expect? At the end of each info session, there will be time to ask questions.
Specific information sessions per section
In addition to the general information sessions given by the head of department, you can receive specific additional information from the section chairpersons for each department, to ensure you are fully informed about your future studies at the Antwerp Conservatoire.
The perfect way to get an idea of what it would be like to study and work at the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp.
Concerts in the main hall
The Conservatoire has three large auditoriums. One of them, the White Hall, will be entirely dedicated to the Classical Music programme, including a saxophone and percussion concert.
We will open the doors of the classrooms for class concerts by instrument or section. Both students and teachers will play there, in ensemble or solo.
Introductory lesson in general music theory and aural training
Would you like to learn more about the music theory package and check whether your knowledge of general music theory and aural training is still up-to-date? Then take part in one of the two introductory lessons.
Be surprised by what goes on in the classrooms with the open doors. Listen to the music and feel free to talk to the students, teachers and other visitors you meet.
Informal contact moments
You can find teachers and students in their classes, in the halls and the corridors, in Club Cons (student restaurant) ... They are approachable in several languages, always enthusiastic and helpful. Don't hesitate to fire all your questions at them!