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International Projects

Hangvető plans and creates training courses and workshops for world music industry professionals in a wide range of subjects – from ethnomusicology and cultural heritage all the way to music management and self-branding. We offer strong training in both theory and practice – a rare combination. 

MOST – The Complex Strategy To Develop The Balkan World Music Scene

Creative Europe Programme – Large-scale Cooperation Project, 2019 – 2023

The mission of MOST is to boost the music market of the Balkans, by connecting and supporting actors of the world music scene; artists, managers, festivals and institutions. MOST builds a bridge connecting the Balkans and the global music market, a bridge made up of personal connections, experience and exchange.

Future Songwriting

Creative Europe Programme – Large-scale Cooperation Project, 2018 – 2020

Future Songwriting is a European cooperation project developing future tools and methodology for music education in schools with a focus on creativity and technology. The two-year project is co-funded by the European Commission under the Creative Europe programme.

WORLD PITCH

Music Moves Europe – Creative Europe Programme, 2019 – 2020 

WORLD PITCH is a one-year training programme for young world music professionals under Music Moves Europe in 2019-2020. What we offer is a unique one semester long training course for 10 young professionals already active in the field of world music.

Folk_ME – Folkmusic education for the future generations, 2019 – 2021

Erasmus + – Strategic Partnerships 

Folk_ME – Folk music education for the future generations. The main goal of the project is to channel the European cultural heritage into the Hungarian and international public education with the help of innovative digital technologies.

CEU SUMMER UNIVERSITY – Music as Heritage: An interdisciplinary Approach in Theory and Practice

International Visegrad Fund, 2018 –  

The course provides insight into the methodology and approaches of modern musicology as an integral part of heritage studies. It uses music as a tool for analyzing and describing social changes, the interaction of state policies, culture, cultural heritage, and audience. The course builds on a highly interdisciplinary academic approach to modern musicology, including lecturers and trainers from the Central European University, SOAS University of London, University of California, Berkeley and many more prestigious institutions from Europe.