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Introducing Sounds Now!

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Seeing - Sounds Now publication

SEEING, the second Sounds Now publication, has arrived!

We are honoured to hear the voices of Nat Raha and Katrien Schuermans in this second volume.

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Freedom to Move November Music

Freedom to Move

Sofia Jernberg explores the voice with singers from across Europe

 

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Sound Art in Public Spaces

Sound Art in Public Spaces

Travelling to 5 European cities in the Sounds Now project, the Sound Art in Public Spaces installations challenge us to look at climate change in a new way.

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Promoting inclusion through curating

Sounds Now aims to actively stimulate inclusion by focusing on the curator’s social and artistic role in in contemporary classical music and sound art. Centering on three pillars of diversity —  gender/gender identity, ethnic and socio-economic background — the project includes a range of actions such as labs for curators, mentorship programs, artistic productions, symposia and research. Through these actions, Sounds Now seeks to open up the possibility for different experiences, conditions and perspectives to be defining forces in shaping the sonic art that reaches audiences today.

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SEEING, the new Sounds Now publication, is here!

Seeing - Sounds Now publication

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Applications are open for “Curatorial Practices in Music” at ArtEZ

ArtEZ curating course

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New programmes from SPOR for Movement Radio

SPOR contributes to movement radio

10.10 — 24.09.2023

Freedom to Move with Sofia Jernberg

November Music (NL), hmcf// (UK), Onassis Stegi (GR), Wilde Westen (BE), Ultima (NO)

Freedom to Move November Music

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OORtreders Festival 2022: Sound in Times of Fluidity

OORtreders 2022

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Open call: singers for Freedom to Move residency

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Movement Radio – new fall programmes from Musica

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