Music moves Europe – Training scheme for young music professionals

The overall aim of this call is to identify and to support up to 10 innovative and sustainable pilot training programmes for young professionals in the music sector testing small-scale models on how to improve the sector’s capacity and resilience and to contribute to its professionalization. Lessons learnt from these pilot training proposals the objective should improve the sector's understanding on the questions of professionalization. These findings should feed into an integrated strategy for music support for the next generation of EU funding programmes after 2020, which could support European diversity and talent, the competitiveness of the sector as well as increased access of citizens to music in all its diversity.

Results

The EC has signed a grant agreement with the following beneficiaries:

  • Interessengemeinschaft Hamburger Musikwirtschaft e.V. (DE): International Publishing Summer School
  • Fórum a Népművészetért (HU): Training for a new generation of world music managers
  • Trempolino (FR): SLASH
  • AMAEI - Associação de Músicos Artistas e Editoras Independentes (PT): EUROPE IN SYNCH – EiS
  • Musikkutstyrsordningen (NO): let there be light! Let there be sound!
  • Music Estonia MTÜ: Facilitated Traineeship Program for Young Music Professionals

The EC has signed a grant agreement with the following consortia:

  • Fédération Nationale des Labels Indépendants (FELIN) (FR)/ Verband Unabhängiger Musikunternehmen e.V. (DE)/ Le LABA (FR): MEDEW – Mentoring Program for Women Entrepreneurs in Music industry
  • mdw – University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (AT)/ mica – music information center Austria (AT): Tuning in! Routes to a Career in the Music Sector
  • Associazione culturale Scuola per giovani musicisti (IT)/ Università degli Studi di Camerino (IT): TEME - Transnational European Music Entrepreneur. Pilot training programme for young professionals in the music sector
  • Cyprus Music Information Centre (CyMIC) (CY)/Institute for Research on Music and Acoustic – Greek Music documentation Center (IEMA) (GR): SuCarMus (Sustainable Careers in Music)

 

DEADLINE: 27/08/2018 13:00 CET

Please note that the clarification questions can be sent to EAC-MUSIC-MOVES-EUROPE@ec.europa.eu until 23/08/2018 16:00 CET. Questions sent after the deadline will not be treated.

Call documents

 

Clarifications

Version 13 published 22/08/2018

calls type: 
General
Status: 
Closed
Reference: 
EAC/S18/2018
Deadline: 
27/08/2018 13:00 (CET, Brussels time)

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