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The music profession is rapidly changing and suggests more flexible career patterns and a need for transferable skills and lifelong learning strategies. Increasingly, musicians are collaborating with practitioners in other arts and societal cross-sector settings.
This reality holds challenges and implications for professional music training in higher education. The Joint European Master ‘Music Masters for New Audiences and Innovative Practice’, combines the need to develop new approaches to music training with possibilities for cooperation at the European level. This programme will help students develop and lead creative projects in diverse artistic, community and cross-sectoral settings, thereby creating new audiences and developing their leadership skills in varied artistic and social contexts.
A new and innovative curriculum is developed with a number of higher music education institutions and external professional and educational organisations.
The programme will provide future professional musicians with the skills and knowledge to become artistically flexible practitioners able to adjust to new contexts within a wide range of situations of societal relevance.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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