At the end of the first edition of the project co-funded by Erasmus+, the materials produced are accessible free of charge and constitute a new resource for musicians, academies, universities, entrepreneurs and cultural operators and researchers.
The Handbook entitled “The Entrepreneurial String Quartet: Key Learnings from the MUSA Project” can be read as:
The Lecture Notes sum up the main objectives, contents and key take-aways from the MUSA workshops about:
These Guidelines for Innovative Higher Training Pathways in the music sector would like to be a starting point and a useful tool for other organizations implementing similar vocational training projects at European level, in the music sector and beyond. The structure and contents of this document were defined over the first months of the MUSA activities, in order to set a common methodological and operational framework for the program’s implementation in Italy, Portugal, and France.
The Case Study entitled “Not That Same Old Song: Cultural Entrepreneurship at Le Dimore del Quartetto” tells the story and experience of the innovative cultural enterprise Le Dimore del Quartetto, highlighting the educational and social values of European cultural heritage as economic and employment driver. The Case Study was curated by ASK – Università Bocconi and it is addressed to arts management students, cultural entrepreneurs and researchers.
The Brochure, a general presentation of the MUSA project.
MUSA IN ITALY 2021
curated by IED
MUSA IN PORTUGAL 2021
MUSA IN FRANCE 2022
curated by ProQuartet and La Ferme de Villefavard
OUTIS QUARTET (Romania)
Ludwig van Beethoven
Quartet op. 95 in F minor “Serioso”
I. Allegro con brio (extract)
BELINFANTE QUARTET (Netherlands)
ALINEA QUARTET (Germany)
Crisantemi, elegy for string quartets
MUSA Presentation Event in Brussels
Wednesday, 12 October 2022
At the end of the MUSA – European young MUsicians soft Skills Alliance project, two years after its beginning, Le Dimore del Quartetto presents and celebrates its achievements.
An opportunity to discuss the challenges and opportunities offered in the areas of professional training, chamber music and cultural heritage, in the presence of international guests.
MAISON DE LA POSTE
3 PM Presentation of the project and results obtained
4 PM Round table “Career and Multidisciplinarity, between music and territory”, with international guest speakers
Francesca Moncada di Paternò, moderator
Paola Dubini, introduction
Paul Dujardin, guest speaker
Yasmin Hilberdink, guest speaker
Alfonso Pallavicini, guest speaker
Xavier Pelgrims de Bigard, guest speaker
Sneška Quaedvlieg-Mihailović, guest speaker
Fiona Robertson e Pau Marquès i Oleo, guest speaker
Igor Efrem Zanti, guest speaker
7.30 PM MUSA Networking Dinner and Concert of Belinfante Quartet
KA2 Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
KA202 – Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training
“MUSA – European young MUsicians soft Skills Alliance”
Grant Agreement N. 2020-1-IT01-KA202-008397
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