Maison de la Musique Contemporaine – La note

La note
Lettre d’information

No09 – Septembre 2022

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Si les premiers jours de la rentrée s’éloignent peu à peu, cet automne est l’occasion du lancement de nouveaux projets avec notamment l’annonce de la sélection du Grand Prix Lycéen des Compositeurs 2023 mais aussi l’adhésion de la MMC à ARVIVA, confirmant ainsi son engagement en faveur de l’éco-responsabilité.

L’automne est également propice à la découverte. La MMC vous invite donc à vous plonger dans ses dossiers thématiques et playlists ainsi qu’une nouvelle série de podcasts animés dédiée à la relation entre les arts et la musique contemporaine.

Le soutien aux professionnel·le·s est, et demeure, une des missions principales de l’association. Ainsi, à l’issue de la commission d’attribution des aides du 19 septembre dernier, ce sont 40 ensembles indépendants qui sont soutenus pour la saison 2022-2023. Par ailleurs, la seconde session du dispositif d’aide à la production phonographique et/ou vidéographique est ouverte jusqu’au 11 octobre prochain.

Et puisque la médiation se doit d’être sans cesse interrogée et renouvelée pour correspondre aux évolutions de notre société, la MMC s’associe au Centre national de la musique dans le cadre des “360 du Cnm” pour un atelier sur ce sujet le 10 octobre prochain.

Du Festival d’Ambronay à Musica, aux rencontres New Deal en passant par les anniversaires de La Muse en Circuit ou encore de l’ensemble 2e2m, cet automne s’annonce intense et réjouissant !

Estelle Lowry, directrice

Sursa: https://musiquecontemporaine.org/

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Reîntâlnire cu prieteni la Sofia

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M-am reîntâlnit la Sofia, la început de august, cu doi muzicieni de mare valoare: compozitorul Velislav Zaimov, fost preşedinte al Uniunii Compozitorilor din Bulgaria, şi pianista Galina Apostolova, ambii profesori la Academia Naţională de Muzică “Pancio Vladigherov” din capitala Bulgariei.

Le mulţumesc pentru bucuria de a ne revedea, după câţiva ani, în care am fost forţaţi de împrejurări să fim departe unii de alţii…

Sorin Lerescu

INTERNATIONAL FORUM FLUTE AND PIANO DIEKIRCH – LUXEMBOURG 2022

INTERNATIONAL FORUM FLUTE AND PIANO
DIEKIRCH – LUXEMBOURG

(international masterclasses, concerts, conferences, expositions…)
FR 22th july – SU 31st july 2022

Sarah Louvion, flute
Juergen Franz, flute, sponsored by Haynes-Flutes
Rute Fernandes, flute, sponsored by Haynes-Flutes
Peter Verhoyen, piccolo, sponsored hy Adams European Flute Center and Tobias Mancke
Jans Carlo, flute
Daniel Blumenthal, piano
Ewa Rzetecka-Niewiadomska, harpsichord accompaniment
Katrin Reifenrath, piano accompaniment
Ieva Dzērve, piano accompaniment
Simon Knopp, masterclass manager
Pit Heyart, assistant
Bernard Duplaix and Denis Verroust, conference on Jean-Pierre Rampal
Christoph Knopp, flute repairing

Forum de flaut Luxemburg 2022

https://www.forumflutepiano.com/home

EUROPEAN MUSIC COUNCIL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME 2022/23

Applications Now Open

EMC _ Music Council

The EMC Fellowship Programme offers emerging professionals working in the field of music an opportunity to internationalise their careers and to develop professionally.

The EMC Fellows are open-minded people, motivated to engage in cultural policy discussions and committed to the values of musical diversity and the ideals of the Five Music Rights.

BENEFITS

  1. Attendance at the EMC Lab in Brussels – 10-11 June 2022
    The Fellowship starts with a grant that covers all costs (travel, accommodation, and registration fee) related to the attendance at the EMC Lab, the new format to bring together EMC member organisations and their own members alongside former and present fellows. The Lab will take place in Brussels on 10 and 11 June: save the date!
  2. Attendance at the European Forum on Music in 2023
    The European Forum on Music is EMC’s flagship in-person conference and you will get a front row seat! EMC will again offer a grant that covers all costs (travel, accommodation, and registration fee). For earlier offline and online editions of the EFM, please have a look here.
  3. Access to EMCs membership benefits
    Fellows have access to all EMC members-only benefits for one year (with the possibility of extension for a second year). These include the EMC’s internal membership communication as well as exclusive access to EMC events.
  4. Networking and Professional Development
    Fellows are given the opportunity to expand their professional network through the EMC and are invited to take part in the EMCs activities (e.g. as experts, speakers, writers); online or on-site.
  5. One-to-one Mentoring Programme
    Fellows can participate in the exclusive EMC Mentoring Programme to receive individual support by senior EMC members with extensive experience in the fellow’s field of interest.
  6. Continuous Involvement
    There is no abrupt end: former fellows are invited to stay in touch with the EMC network and share their expertise and experience, even after the end of their Fellowship season.

HOW TO APPLY
Please send your application for the Fellowship programme to Andrea Murzi – murzi@emc-imc.org – by Monday, 16 May 2022 at 12:00 CET with the subject line Fellowship Programme.

The email must include a resume, a motivation letter, and a reference letter – ideally from an EMC member. Such a reference will be considered an asset; however, in alternative, also a reference letter from a music organisation not part of the EMC can be accepted.

The selection committee, comprised of representatives of the EMC Board and secretariat, will select up to ten candidates during the week starting on 23 May and will invite them to take part in the EMC Lab.

Do you want to know more? Meet the EMC Fellows 2020-2021

MusicAIRE – An Innovative Recovery for Europe

NOW OPEN: MUSICAIRE CALL FOR PROPOSALS

The consortium from the MusicAIRE project (Inova+ and the European music Council) is organising an info session webinar on March 9 2022 from 11:30 – 13:00 CET.
The main objective of this webinar is to present the objectives and priorities of the first open call for proposals, the funding scheme, who can apply, and what kind of projects can be funded.
MusicAIRE is offering small grants for music organisations to create projects focusing on the green, digital, and just & resilient recovery of the music sector. Projects can receive grants of 15.000 EUR, 30.000 EUR, or 55.000 EUR covering up to 90% of the eligible costs.
The deadline for submission of project proposals for MusicAIRE is: 28 March 2022, 13:00 CET.
If you wish to participate in this info session webinar, register here.
The consortium from the MusicAIRE project (Inova+ and the European music Council) is organising an info session webinar on March 9 2022 from 11:30 – 13:00 CET.
The main objective of this webinar is to present the objectives and priorities of the first open call for proposals, the funding scheme, who can apply, and what kind of projects can be funded.
MusicAIRE is offering small grants for music organisations to create projects focusing on the greendigital, and just & resilient recovery of the music sector. Projects can receive grants of 15.000 EUR, 30.000 EUR, or 55.000 EUR covering up to 90% of the eligible costs.
The deadline for submission of project proposals for MusicAIRE is: 28 March 2022, 13:00 CET.
If you wish to participate in this info session webinar, register here.


MusicAIRE is co-funded by the European Commission Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport, and Culture under the Music Moves Europe Preparatory Action of the Creative Europe Programme. Grant agreement nº EAC-2021-009.

Make sure to carefully read the call for proposals and FAQs before applying!

Deadline: 28 March 2022, 13:00 CET

https://musicaire.eu/2022/02/23/musicaire-info-session/