do 23.06.2022, 10u30 - 13u

Orpheus Institute, Korte Meer 12, 9000 Ghent

Doctoraatsverdediging

Ellie Nimeroski (research unit Music & Drama) will present her doctoral research in the Arts:

“A Bow’s-eye View: Perspectives from a Violinist at the Workbench”

The supervisory committee of the doctoral research consisted of supervisor dr. Tom Beghin (KU Leuven / LUCA School of Arts and Orpheus Institute), co-supervisor em. prof. dr. Carl Van Eyndhoven (KU Leuven / LUCA School of Arts), dr. Luk Vaes (Orpheus Institute and Royal Conservatoire The Hague) and dr. Jean-Philippe Echard (musée de la Musique, Cité de la musique - Philharmonie de Paris).

The members of the examination committee are:

  • Dr. Simon Van Damme (dean of the Associated Faculty of the Arts, director of LUCA School of Arts, head of the examination committee)
  • Dr. Tom Beghin (supervisor, Associated Faculty of the Arts / KU Leuven and Orpheus Institute)
  • Em. prof. dr. Carl Van Eyndhoven (co-supervisor, Associated Faculty of the Arts / KU Leuven)
  • Prof. dr. Katrien Foubert (Associated Faculty of the Arts / KU Leuven)
  • Dr. Jean-Philippe Echard (musée de la Musique, Cité de la musique - Philharmonie de Paris)
  • Dr. Christina Linsenmeyer (Yale Collection of Musical Instruments)
  • Em. prof. dr. Clive Brown (University of Leeds)

The public doctoral defense will take place on Thursday June 23 at 10h30 at the Orpheus Institute, Korte Meer 12, 9000 Ghent.

If you would like to attend the doctoral defense please order a free ticket here.

The night before, on June 22 at 18:00 at the Orpheus Institute, Ellie will perform Viotti’s Concerto No. 3 in the context of her PhD. If you would like to attend the performance, please order a free ticket on this page.

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