Renske Wassink has been working at Codarts Rotterdam since 2009, in various functions. She is currently involved in the design of a new curriculum for the Bachelor of Music as well as the coordinator for the Double Degree programme. Renske started her career at Codarts as a student, in 2008 she graduated from the Bachelor of Music (jazz vocals). Next to her work at Codarts, she is active as a singer and songwriter with her band Loreley, making her own music in a mix of styles that she likes to refer to as ‘world pop’. Her latest project involves combining the Arts and Sciences in a creative intervention aimed at facilitating meaningful encounters between passers-by in public spaces.
Why do you work for RASL?
Music has been part of my life from a very early age. Playing the violin, singing in bands, writing my owns songs… Still, I always knew that I wouldn’t be happy making music alone. I always had an appetite for learning new things: be it about geology, history, philosophy, economics…In the end, it all deals with the world we live in and that is fuel for my music, for my songs. I am very happy that Rotterdam now offers the Double Degree programme for students who share that broad interest with me and I am proud to be part of the team to make this happen.