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. 10. 23.
SAY HI AT WOMEX!
If you have a Digital WOMEX registration – and you should! – join us at the virtual booth and video stand of Most, the Bridge for Balkan Music. Come meet us on virtualWOMEX! Join in to our virtual Reception at 5 PM on Saturday, where you can meet all MOST artists, manager trainees, festivals, and […]read more
2020. 10. 19.
MOST MUSICIANS AT WOMEX
With only a few days left until the official opening of WOMEX 20, let us bask in the glory that is the showcase selection of two artists from MOST Music’s Balkan Music Export pillar: Oratnitza from Bulgaria, and the Almir Meskovic & Daniel Lazar Duo from Bosnia and Serbia. Congratulations, guys, and welcome among WOMEXicans!read more
2020. 10. 15.
FROM COURSE TO FELLOWSHIP IN A WEEK
A week of intensive learning and discussion – this is what we’ve planned for the very first MOST training that took place last week online with participants of the first round of the Balkan Music Export programme. What we ended up with was much more: raw honesty, generous exchange of resources and ideas, a real sense of professional fellowship, and the clear need to continue down this road.read more