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Discover Music Tour

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Since 2007 EMCY organises a tour for young prize winners through western part of Europe. The Discover Music Tour begins with a multi-day workshop at UGDA Music School, giving the young musicians the possibility to get to know each other and to practice the repertoire. The workshop is followed by several concerts in Luxembourg and Germany. By playing in different European countries the musicians will acquire also the possibility to internationalize their career that represents a big plus for young talents.

Unlike the traditional music tours, in 2017, 2018 and 2019 the Discover Music Tour was enriched by audience development coaching with professionals in the music sector and, in addition, it took place in very unusual venues, searching various audience. After an intensive theoretical preparation and many workshops where the musicians were taught how to develop a repertoire of structured improvisation and short composed pieces, the artists gave outreach sessions and evening concerts in Luxembourg, Germany and Spain.

2020

The EMCY prize winners that played the Discover Music Tour 2020 were:

Daniel Migliosi (Luxembourg), Trumpet – prizewinner of the “Concours Luxembourgeois pour Jeunes Solistes” 2016, 2017 and 2019, the “Concours ‘Take Two to Six’” 2019, the “prix SACEM” 2017 and 2019 as well as the EMCY Prize 2019

Isabelle Kruithof (Luxembourg), Violin – prizewinner of the “Concours Luxembourgeois pour Jeunes Solistes” 2009, 2012, 2014 and 2018 as well as the “prix SACEM” 2012, 2014 and 2018

Denis Ascani (Luxembourg), Piano – prizewinner of the “Concours ‘Take Two to Six’” 2019

The artists were accompanied by the EMCY and UGDA staff members, Francesca and Chiara. The tour started on 4th of March in Luxembourg and continued from the 6th until 9th March in Germany (Iserlohn and Cologne).

Schedule:

6th March 12:30 at à l’Eglise Protestante de Luxembourg-Ville Luxembourg
6th March 20:00 at the Salle de concerts ArcA in Bertrange Luxembourg
8th March 11:00 at Musik Schule Iserlohn (cancelled due to COVID-19) Iserlohn
8th March 17:00 at the Köln – Evangelisch-Freikirchliche Gemeinde Cologne

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2019

Another edition of the Discover Music Tour was successfully accomplished by EMCY in cooperation with UGDA Music School and the Flying Gorillas organisation. The tour was part of a larger project called ‘Solidarity in times of crisis’ and was co-funded by the Erasmus + programme of the European Union.

This year many concerts and workshops took place in Luxembourg and Germany from the 4th until the 13th of March. The musical programm was based on classical music soundtracks. The musical pieces were executed with mastery by three young talented prize winners: Kiron Atom Tellian, EMCY winner of the Peter Toperczer International Piano Competition Košice, Georgios Banos, EMCY winner of the Österreichische Jugendmusikwettbewerbe Prima la Musica and Hy-Huu Dang, EMCY winner of the Concours Luxembourgeois pour Jeunes Solistes & European Competition for Young Soloists .

Detailed schedule of the tour:

Luxembourg
Wednesday – 6th March 2019
14:00 Workshop “Le Temps des Femmes” at a Women Refugee Center

Thursday – 7th March 2019
15:00 Workshop  at theFondation Kraizbierg

Friday – 8th March 2019
12:30 Concert at Eglise Protestante du Luxembourg
20:00 Concert at ArcA – Salle de Concerts

Germany
Sunday – 10th March 2019
12:00 Concert at Musik Schule, Iserlohn

Monday – 11th March 2019
11:00 Workshop in a local school in Iserlohn

Tuesday – 12th March 2019
20:00 Concert in Mülheim, Cologne

Wednesday – 13th March 2019
11:00 Workshop with teenagers in Mülheim, Cologne

                      

2018

EMCY in cooperation with Egerland-Stiftung, UGDA Music School, Jeunesses Musicales Spain and the Flying Gorillas organized the Discover Music Tour in 3 European countries. Three EMCY Prize winners, traveling in 3 European countries, learned how to engage their proper audience through special and innovative techniques thanks to the British experts Nigel Warrack and Susana Garcia and afterward gave outreach sessions and evening concerts in Luxembourg, Spain and Germany. The musicians were:  Zala Kravos (piano) prizewinner of Concours Luxembourgeois pour Jeunes Solistes (UGDA), Bobby Kostadinov prizewinner of Jugend Musiziert and Bernardo Moreno Quintas Aguiar prizewinner of Concurso Permanente de Juventudes Musicales de España.

Detailed schedule of the tour:
Luxembourg
Wednesday – 28th February 2018
16:30 Outreach session at Foyer Saint Antoine (Refugee center)
Thursday – 1st March 2018
14:30 Outreach session at Centre de Loisirs Oberanven
18:00 Outreach session at Centre culturel an der Dällt Salle Bichelgréidchen
Friday – 2nd March 2018
12:30 Concert at Eglise Protestante du Luxembourg
20:00 Concert at ArcA – Salle de Concerts
Saturday – 3rd March 2018
20:00 Concert at Conservatoire de la Ville d’Esch-sur-Alzette
Spain
Monday – 5th March 2018
17:00 Outreach session at Casa del Reloj
19:00 Concert at at Casa del Reloj
Tuesday – 6th March 2018
17:00 Outreach session at DaLaNota School
19:00 Concert at at DaLaNota School
Germany
Thursday – 8th March 2018
09:55 Outreach session at Gesamtschule Schinkel, Osnabrück
20:00 Concert at Bergkirche, Osnabrück
Friday – 9th March 2018
10:00 Outreach session at Südschule, Iserlohn
Saturday 10th – March 2018
17:00 Concert at Evangelisch-Freikirchliche Gemeinde, Cologne
Sunday – 11th March 2018
11:00 Concert at Musik Schule, Iserlohn

The tour was one activity of the GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE project, co-funded by the culture program Creative Europe of the European Union

2017

Three young EMCY Prize winners worked with pupils from public schools with high percentage of migrants. After a 5-days workshop in Luxembourg at the UGDA Music School with the practical introduction and preparation session, they gave outreach sessions and evening concerts in Luxembourg, Germany and Spain.

GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE was a unique experience that inspired me in many ways. It made me realize how music can connect people from different countries and social backgrounds and how it can spread joy and happiness among all people.” Beatrice Picard.

The musicians were: Juan Sanjuan Más, prize winner of Concurso Permanente de Jóvenes Intérpretes,  Julius Schepansky awarded at Jugend musiziert and Béatrice Picard, prize winner of Concours Luxembourgeois pour Jeunes Solistes

Detailed schedule of the tour:
Luxembourg
Wednesday – 8th March, 2017
16:00 Outreach session at Fondation Kräizbierg – Domaine Schoumansbongert
Thursday – 9th March, 2017
10:00 Outreach session at Ecole de Bertrange
15:00 Outreach session at Centre d’accueil pour demandeurs de protection internationale
Friday – 10th March, 2017
12:30 Concert at Eglise Protestante
18:30 Concert at ArcA
Germany
Sunday – 12th March, 2017
11:00 Concert at Musik Schule, Iserlohn
Monday – 13th March, 2017
10:00 Outreach session at Südschule, Iserlohn
Tuesday – 14th March, 2017
09:55 Outreach session at Gesamtschule Schinkel, Osnabrück
20:00 Concert at Ledenhof, Osnabrück
Spain
Thursday – 16th March, 2017
10:00 Outreach session at Gornal Primary School
15:30 Concert at Escola de Música Centre de les Arts
Friday – 17th March, 2017
10:00 Outreach session at Charlie Rivel Primary School
18:30 Concert at Escola de Música Centre de les Arts

The tour was one activity of the GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE project, co-funded by the culture program Creative Europe of the European Union

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