Course: Music Theatre step 9 term CD credits: 5

Course code
Music Theatre step 9 term CD
Study year
ECTS credits
Dutch, with parts in English
R. de Haan
Modes of delivery

Learning outcomes

Creative ability:
The student is able to give meaning to artistic work on the instructions of third parties.

Craft ability:
The student applies basic instrumental skills and basic knowledge at the direction of third parties within the educational context.

Investigative and reflective ability:
Through research and reflection, the student gains insight and knowledge for his performance and is able to form an opinion about material from the field on the basis of the frameworks provided by the teacher.

Capacity for growth and development:
The student learns to deal with feedback and can take action on this under the supervision of a teacher.

Entrepreneurial and organizational capacity:
Under the supervision of third parties, the student is able to carry out the proposed assignments within the educational context within the training context.

Communicative ability:
The student absorbs information, ideas and solutions from teachers and can use this with fellow students within the educational context.

Ability to cooperate:
Under supervision, the student works together with fellow students on the realization of an artistic product or process within the educational context.


Music theater domain: in this domain, mastery of the music theater technical components is central. The Music Theater domain is divided into a core and a basic part, whereby the technical mastery is acquired in the basic part and in the core part a bridge is built between technology, the different forms of musical theater and the field of work.

Acting forms the basis for the Musical Theatre domain component, but it also constitutes an independent domain component in the form of musical acting.

Ensemble Singing
Ensemble Singing serves as the basis for the Musical Theatre domain component, but is also an independent domain component that has polyphonic singing as its core objective. This domain component is linked to that of Musical History and seeks to apply the history of music in practice, where possible.

Musical Theatre
Musical Theatre brings together the components of dance, song and acting. Existing musicals – and the dance/ensemble sections in particular – provide the teaching material for Musical Theatre.

Performing Knowledge
Within this domain component, among other things, the theory and history of music theater are put into practice. This project has an internal school character.

Vocal Coaching
Vocal Coaching provides support for Acting, Ensemble Singing, Musical Theatre and Vocal Technique.

Solfège involves learning to distinguish by ear and being able to read tones and intervals and is taught in different modules, whereby students must first have passed module one in step 9 in order to progress to module two, etc. In total there are four modules. that must be achieved.

Tap dance
Tap dance serves as the basis for Music Theater Technique and Dance Technique, but is also an independent technique. Tap dance in a dance form in which one produces rhythmic sounds with the feet.

Vocal Interpretation
Vocal Interpretation is a separate part of Vocal Technique that focuses on text interpretation.

Vocal Technique
Vocal Technique serves as the basis for all domain components involving song, but is an independent technique too.

Included in programme(s)


  • Lucia Marthas Institute for Performing Arts