Sustainable Performance @ PCC

keep yourself fit and healthy !
Sustainable Performance @ Prince Claus Conservatoire 17/18

The physical and mental health of the performer is the main topic of Sustainable Performance. The goal is to support the playing, being able to prevent major problems and learning something one can use the rest of her/his life.

Open to ALL students of PCC
For questions:
email Fie Schouten or Mirjam Bodewes
When: thursdays 11-12, room 1-13

Autumn 2018:
4 oct 11:00-12:00Tiziana Pintus, room 2-22
11 oct 11:10-12:00 Jan Douma, room 2-22
18 oct 11:10-12:00 Jan Douma
25 oct: holiday
1 nov 11:00-12:00Tiziana Pintus
8 nov: no lesson, projectweek
15 nov 11:00-12:00 Janneke Slagter
22 nov 11:00-12:00Tiziana Pintus
wednesday! 28 nov 17:00-18:00 Freddie Briant
6 dec 11:00-12:00 Janneke Slagter
13 dec 11:00-12:00 Janneke Slagter
20 dec 11:00-12:00Tiziana Pintus
10 jan 11:00-12:00 Janneke Slagter
17 jan 11:00-12:00Tiziana Pintus

“Het lichaam is een allemachtig kostelijk bezit,
maar ’t heeft wel allemachtig veel kapsones!” Annie M.G. Schmidt

Tiziana Pintus mental coach (and professional violonist)
Janneke Slagter Alexander Technique
Jan Douma sportcoach
Fie Schouten anatomy
This can be very functional for the other lessons, especially the series of fysiotherapist, the feldenkrais and the mental coaching.
Freddie Briant (American jazz-guitarist) Tai Chi

Attending all the lessons: 2 EC, attending a part of the lessons: 1 EC
Attending just some lessons = personal enrichment, but no EC

To sign up is required and please let me know if there popping up is a problem.
Presence will be administrated by the teachers.
Questions: email me or Mirjam Bodewes

Coordinator: Fie Schouten
I am (bass) clarinetist and professor bass clarinet at the Prince Claus Conservatoire. I studied for 2 years Study of human movement at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam and I followed a lot of lessons (group and private) with Irthe Engelhard at the Conservatoire of Amsterdam during my (bass) clarinet-studies there.