FINAL CONFERENCE ON THE PROFESSIONALISATION AND INTERNATIONALISATION OF EMERGING MUSICIANS' CAREERS
The EPIC project, co-funded by the Creative Europe program of the EU, is coming to an end in December 2021. On Friday, 19 November 2021 (16.00 to 17.30 CEST) at the ECA Membership Weekend in Lyon, we will take some time to look back over the project and its activities to enhance the careers of emerging musicians. Notably, this will include the results of the EPIC data collection on career progression of alumni from national and international youth music ensembles which will support choirs and choral organizations in marketing and advocating for themselves. We look forward seeing you there. In the meantime, find more information here!
#2 SHIFT INCLUSION SERIES
“My position just innately in the organization has so much power, I think it's critical for me to let go of that power. To facilitate voices, to support people.”
Grab your cup of tea, sit comfortably, and gather some inspiration from second of the SHIFT Inclusion interview series. Watch Maria Hansen (Executive Director of ELIA - European League of Institutes of the Arts) interview David Baile (CEO of the International Society for the Performing Arts [ISPA]) about the organization’s long-term journey towards equity, diversity, and inclusion throughout the various aspects of its work as a global network.
CLIMATE AND INCLUSION IN THE CULTURAL SECTOR — SHIFT CONFERENCE 2021
ECA-EC invites you to watch this virtual event organized in collaboration with SHIFT partners and the Republic of Slovenia Public Fund for Cultural Activities (JSKD) in the frame of the EUROPA CANTAT Festival 2021. Topics include environmental sustainability and best inclusion practices and are designed to inspire you and give you the best directions for implementing these systems in the daily work of your organization.
The SHIFT project is coordinated by the European Music Council and is co-founded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. Stay tuned for more news!
Official magazine of the International Federation for Choral Music, the International Choral Bulletin is published quarterly in the four official languages of IFCM: English, French, German and Spanish. It is distributed in more than 80 countries on the five continents and is the official voice of choral music around the world.Read more
Our focus at the moment is to unite the choral calendars of international choral organisations. Meanwhile please consult the calendar of choral events published by the European Choral Association - Europa Cantat here.Read more