2021. 02. 03.
We are happy to report some great news from the Urban Policies pillar! Participants are preparing to choose their mentors in early February – we are very lucky to have three experts from the frontline of music and cultural management: Katharina Weinert, policy advisor of the European Music Council, Ivan Petrovic, the President of the […]> read more
2021. 01. 18.
BAMM – Let’s start 2021 big! Have you been wondering about the Songlines selection CD with the coolest Balkan musicians? The Bridge for Balkan Music Vol. 1 selection album, formerly exclusively distributed as part of Songlines magazine is now available (in almost full length) on the MOST Music Spotify channel! This selection CD was a […]> read more
2020. 12. 18.
Although it felt like forever, 2020 is finally coming to an end – and so is the first year of the MOST Music project. These twelve months were the longest of our lives for sure – but working on the MOST Music project gave us a sense of purpose and structure even in these tumultuous […]> read more
2020. 12. 16.
A very important meet cute is happening right now– as the very last event organized institutionally by MOST in 2020, we are currently hosting an online speed dating session to get Balkan Music Export and Management Training participants acquainted with each other. Based on pre-determined preferences, bands, artists and managers are now meeting up one-on-one, […]> read more
2020. 11. 12.
Having just finished the first Balkan Music Export training, the MOST Music consortium marches on with two training programmes in the urban policy and management training pillars. The Urban Policy pillar this year is headed by our friends at Pro Progressione, and consists of bi-weekly training sessions with urban creatives. During the first session, last […]> read more