Get to know the Master's

Would you like to get to know this programme better? On this page you will find when you can visit the MA Open Day, but you will also find stories of our students and alumni, and profiles of our teaching staff.

Master's Open Day

Twice a year, we organise a Master’s Open Day where you can get to know our programme Musicology. You can join our information session, talk to our students and staff, and find out if this is the Master's for you.

Next Master's Open Day

The next Master's Open Day will take place on Friday 9 February. More information can be found on this webpage. Click on the button below to stay informed:

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It's up to students themselves to explore and shape the programme in a way that fits their interests and career ambitions.

Sonja Hamhuis found employment in cultural and public policy soon after graduation

Teaching staff

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Dr Rebekah Ahrendt

Dr Rebekah Ahrendt is Programme Coordinator

Rebekah Ahrendt is Associate Professor in Musicology. A specialist in music of the late 16th through 18th centuries, Ahrendt cultivates broader research interests in music and migration and music and diplomacy across the longue durée. She is co-editor of Music and Diplomacy from the Early Modern Era to the Present (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) and co-director of the international research project Signed, Sealed, & Undelivered. Ahrendt also performs regularly on the viola da gamba.

Meet our core staff