This concert is the culmination of Anne Pustlauk's extensive research into the keyed flute and part of the public defence of her Doctorate in the Arts entitled “The Keyed Flute 1790 - 1850, its performance practice and chamber music repertoire with pianoforte and/or strings". Tickets for the concert can be obtained here.
On Monday 7th November, Anne Pustlauk will publicly defend her Doctorate in the Arts entitled The Keyed Flute 1790 - 1850, its performance practice and chamber music repertoire with pianoforte and/or strings.
The Doctorate in the Arts at the Royal Conservatory Brussels (KCB) is only available to candidates who've successfully concluded a two-step selection, which consists of an artistic screening (possibly including a performance) organized by KCB, followed by the "Selection moment PhD in the Arts - KCB" organized by the Brussels Arts Platform.
Please note: only musicians and composers who have been evaluated positively in the artistic screening can apply for this selection moment. For further information regarding the artistic screening process, please contact the research coordinator of KCB, Kristin Van den Buys (email).
The following guidelines only apply to the second phase of the selection.