READY, SET, MOST!
A historic moment – we kicked off the very first MOST training on Monday with an informal welcome night where Balkan Music Export participants met up with mentors, such as and representatives of our Partners at Songlines and Hangvető, to mention a few.
Today, we started the Balkan Music Export training with courses, such as World Music in Theory and Practice by musicologist and anthropologist Martin Stokes of King’s College London; “What is world music? And how does it relate to the Balkans?” by Simon Broughton, Editor in Chief at Songlines magazine, and “Hybridization and the creative process in traditional music” by
Martin Stokes, with a special focus on the Balkans.
It’s not often that you get to see a whole class of musicians all on one Zoom-panorama, so enjoy – as much as we do 🙂
2020. 11. 12.
CREATIVES, MANAGERS IN TRAINING
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
2020. 10. 29.
HELLO, NEW MOST SITE!
We’ve been working on the new MOST Music site for months, so we’re obviously really excited to finally share it with you!read more
2020. 10. 24.
WATCH MOST ARTISTS ON WOMEX
Two artists in the first round of the Balkan Music Export programme have been selected for WOMEX: the Almir Meskovic & Daniel Lazar duo and Oratnitza. Meet them and other MOST artists, managers, festival organizers and experts at 5 PM at our reception! Almir Meskovic and Daniel Lazar on the violin and the accordion play […]read more