PXL-Music is a three-year course to become a professional bachelor in pop and rock music. It contains all the elements of the contemporary pop and rock world: Courage, innovation, coincidence, the play with the moment, insight, feeling, boundlessness, history, spirit… in short: rock ’n roll. These are keywords that resonate though all layers of our course. Our teachers, students, alumni, the environment and the air: they are filled with this attitude to life. The world of pop music is a world of experience. It’s the beginning and the end. Everything in between is the construction and handling of it. This means volatility, playing with the moment, responding to possibilities, externalizing a feeling into a sound, ambience, pleasure. A pleasure that is made of knwoledge and skill. A pleasure that grows and explores the world.

PXL-Music is:

Gert Stinckens (head of departement)
Stijn Segers (communication)
Davina Vanduren (administration)
Isabelle Pavone (administration)
Alessio Dituri (logistics)
Mieke Boes (student tutor)

Antoon Walgrave, Arne Van Petegem, Arnout Hellofs, Bram Vanderweeën, Danielle Gielen, David Poltrock, Davy Deckmijn, Dienne Bogaerts, Dis Huyghe, Erik Loots, Filip Heurckmans, Frank Duchêne, Gert Keunen, Jan Pauly, Jelle Coremans, Jo Mahieu, John Hellinx, Joris Caluwaerts, Katrijn Steyvers, Laurens Grossen, Luc Weytjens, Marc Bonne, Marc Steens, Micha Volders, Mirko Banovic, Nicolas Rombouts, Nii Van den Eynde, Patrick Steenaerts, Peter Houben, Rodrigo Fuentealba Palavicino, Sander Stuer, Sara Gilis, Stef Caers, Stefaan Moriau, Steven Maes, Stijn Segers, Stijn Verdonckt, Tom Janssen, Tom Tiest, Valerie Wynants, Vincent Debongnie, Wim Konings, Wim Schreurs

PXL-Music Research:
Conrad Hayen, Maarten Elen, Philippe Haldermans

You can find more information on PXL-Music (in Dutch) here.