FESTIVAL EXCHANGE CALL IS NOW CLOSED
We have just closed the application for our Festival Exchange Programme – we received applications from all around Europe, from small to large scale festivals, from seasides and mountains alike. Thank you for your interest!
Until 15 April the jury will choose the festivals who will be part of the artist exchange, get communication support, mutual co-curation and mentorship.
In view of the current international situation regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) the kick-off meeting in Brussels will be postponed but the projects will be all going ahead. We will contact everyone in a month about the result and the next steps, and hopefully we will meet with the selected festival organizers soon in person as well.
About the Festival Exchange
MOST brings together representatives of 2×10 festivals; ten from the Balkans, and 10 from other parts of Europe each year. They will have the chance to visit, work with, and exchange artists within the framework of the program. The exchange will broaden the professional network and artistic scope of all parties involved.
2020. 03. 13.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION RE. THE COVID-19 SITUATION
In view of the current international situation regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) we would like to clarify that all the programmes that are part of MOST’s four-year project will still be going ahead, and applications are still open.read more
2020. 02. 05.
FACES BEHIND MOST
“We want to show the world the hidden side of the Balkans.” Hangvető is the leading partner of the MOST consortium, who came up with the initial ideas and carry out coordination. We introduce two colleagues, András Lelkes and Balázs Weyer, and their motivation to create MOST – a bridge for Balkan Music. “The Balkans […]read more
2020. 02. 03.
APPLY TO MOST!
Are you an artist, festival organizer, artist manager or urban creative from the Balkans? Do you want to expand your horizons, perform, network and make connections in the international world music scene? MOST has programs for actors of the music scene in the Balkans, from artists to festival managers, bookers, agents, activists and urban creatives. […]read more