EUROCLASSICAL: European network to promote classical music and build bridges between talented young musicians from Europe

Welcome to Euroclassical, a collaborative network of top European music schools, designed to support the most talented students at that critical stage between final training and a professional career. Euroclassical helps students make contact with international peers, music professionals (instrumentalists, promoters, programmers, critics, agents) and the world-wide audience..

During the past 5 years, Euroclassical has:

  • raised the profile of performances in each school;
  • brought together students from several schools for 5 years in Santander, Spain; and
  • opened a virtual stage (inside the platform Classicalplanet.com) to disseminate the best performances through live webcasts, an annual virtual festival and a permanent on-demand auditorium.

In the process, Euroclassical has become a meeting-place for music-lovers all over the world by offering performances that are quality-guaranteed and free in an attractive web environment, heavily oriented towards social interaction.

Classicalplanet.com, Euroclassical's web platform, has been developed by Fundación Albeniz in a separated project, financed by Spain's Ministry of Industry.

Euroclassical objectives have been:

  • strengthening relationships and creating new bonds between top European music schools to promote cross-cultural dialogue, mobility and global dissemination of the most outstanding performances by young European musicians;
  • broadening opportunities and promoting the careers of these talented artists by creating a meeting-place between peers, cultural entrepreneurs, young and established musicians and classical music enthusiasts, and by disseminating and endorsing their best performances via Classicalplanet.com.
  • encouraging and fostering young musicians' trans-national mobility by:
    • Supporting the "virtual mobility" of music and musicians
    • Encouraging current mobility between music schools that gather brilliant students from diverse countries, and
    • Bringing together the best artists of these schools in the Santander Encounter of Music and Academia

The Project was held for 5 years, from 01/06/2011 to 31/05/2016 (60 months) and was conducted by the following institutions:

Coordinator

FUNDACIÓN ALBÉNIZ (Madrid, Spain)

Coorganisers

INSTITUTO INTERNACIONAL DE MÚSICA DE CÁMARA DE MADRID (Madrid, Spain)

SIBELIUS ACADEMY (Helsinki, Finland)

GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DRAMA (London, United Kingdom)

ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DI SANTA CECILIA FONDAZIONE (Rome, Italy)

ERASMUSHOGESCHOOL BRUSSEL, Dpt. KONINKLIJK CONSERVATORIUM (Brussels, Belgium)

ESCOLA SUPERIOR DE MÚSICA, ARTES E ESPECTÁCULO - INSTITUTO POL (Porto, Portugal)

Associated partners

Association European of Conservatoires (Netherlands)

Fundación del Estado para el Sistema Nacional de Orquestas Juveniles e Infantiles de Venezuela (Venezuela)

Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler (Berlín)

Orchester-Akademie des Berliner Philharmonischen (Berlín)

Universität der Künste (Berlin)

Royal Academy of Music (London)

Royal College of Music (London)

Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music (Budapest)

Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse (París)

Musik-Akademie der Stadt (Basel)

Academy of Performing Arts (Prague)

Total Budget

4.316.150, 00€

EU Contribution

2.158.075, 00€

Euroclassical contacts

Laura Poggio (Project Coordinator)
email: lpoggio@albeniz.com

Alvaro Guibert (Content Director)
email: aguibert@albeniz.com

Fundación Isaac Albéniz · Plaza de Ramales s/n · 28013 Madrid (Spain) · T. +34 91 523 04 19

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