STAMP - Free seminar for EMCY members in Cesis (Latvia)

06.07.2017

EMCY is happy to collaborate with the The European Music Council (EMC) and other eight partners in STAMP, a project co-funded by Erasmus+. The STAMP project aims to answer a need voiced by professionals in the music sector for greater VET (vocation, education and training) and the related process of lifelong learning.

The European Music Council (EMC) and Live DMA (European Network for Music Venues and Festivals), in cooperation with the Latvian Music Council, are proposing a 5-days seminar to help music managers develop their own cooperation projects and networks of music professionals. Two music managers connected with EMCY can participate to this seminar for free. Over the long term, this will help improve conditions for music professionals from local to European level, develop a vibrant European music scene, and grow audiences both locally and internationally.

The seminar will be from Monday 4th to Friday 8th September 2017 in Cesis, Latvia.

The programme involves two types of session:

INPUT SESSIONS are theory or practice presentations that will provide all the information required to help you with your project. They will inspire and bring fresh perspectives. Speakers from all over Europe will share their stories, give you tips and give your project the final polish.

INTERACTIVE SESSIONS are work-in-progress periods dedicated to your project, from the identification of your challenges to shaping a methodology for the next steps. You will share your concerns and find solutions collectively with the rest of the participants under the supervision of experienced trainers.

Day 1 – INTRODUCTION

Day 2 – EXPLORATION

Day 3 – PROBLEM-SOLVING

Day 4 – ACTION PLAN

Day 5 – WHAT’S NEXT?

More information here.

Two music managers connected with EMCY can participate to this seminar for free. For other managers a financial contribution of 350€/person for meals and accommodation is required.

If you are interested, please send an email to the This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it before 14th July.

 



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