Entrepreneurship in higher music education: politically correct rhetoric or a bare necessity?
Lectures and workshops for students in the field of music entrepreneurship
Martin Prchal, Royal Conservatoire The Hague (Netherlands)
Thursday, March 31 2022, 10:45–12:15
Linking entrepreneurship in music to artistic ambitions and artistic profiles/identities
Friday, April 1 2022, 10:00–11:30, Great Hall
Putting together artistic practice, research and professional integration
MA and PhD students
The teaching visit is organized in the framework of the Erasmus+ DEMUSIS project.
Martin Prchal is vice-principal at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, the Netherlands, with responsibilities for curriculum development, quality assurance and international relations. Trained as a musician of Czech origin, he holds teaching and solo diplomas (violoncello) and a MA in musicology. In his previous position as Chief Executive of the European Association of Conservatoires (AEC), Martin developed a substantial expertise on EU project management through his involvement in several music projects in various EU programmes and on the implications of the Bologna Process on higher music education in Europe. In addition, he was also chair of the board of MusiQuE – Music Quality Enhancement, a European-level Foundation for Quality Enhancement and Accreditation in Higher Music Education registered on EQAR from 2014–2020. Currently, he is Vice President of the European Chamber Music Academy – ECMA.