MUSA - EUROPEAN YOUNG MUSICIANS SOFT SKILLS ALLIANCE

MUSA – European young MUsicians soft Skills Alliance is a European vocational training project for young string quartets. It aims to provide them with entrepreneurial knowledge, skills and competences that are usually missing in their curriculum although fundamental for their professional career.
MUSA is addressed to young professional string quartets specialized in the classical chamber music repertoire and composed by musicians between 20 and 35 years old who regularly work together. 

MUSA is co-financed by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union as Strategic Partnership to support innovation (Key Action 2).
The strategic partnership is composed by: Le Dimore del Quartetto S.r.l. Impresa Sociale as Leading Organisation, IED – Istituto Europeo di Design and ASK – Centre for Research on Management and Economics of Arts and Culture Institutions of University Bocconi in Milan for Italy, ProQuartet – Centre européen de musique de chambre in Paris and La Ferme de Villefavard en Limousin in Villefavard for France, and by experimentadesign in Lisbon for Portugal.

NEWS

MARCH 30, 2021 | MUSA PRESS CONFERENCE, PALAZZO REALE, MILAN

On March 30th, the press conference of MUSA will take place at Palazzo Reale in Milan at the presence of the Councilor for Culture Filippo del Corno.

THE QUARTETS SELECTED
FOR THE FIRST PROGRAM
IN ITALY

There are four selected quartets to participate to the MUSA – European young MUsicians soft Skills Alliance programme in Italy, in Milan on April 18th – 24th 2021

APPLICATIONS FOR
THE FIRST STAGE OF MUSA
IN ITALY

MUSA FIRST CALL FOR APPLICATIONS HAS JUST CLOSED
The selected quartets will be soon announced!

COORDINATOR

Le Dimore del Quartetto S.r.l. Impresa Sociale
Via Carlo Torre, 28, 20143 Milan – Italy
+39 02 36753026 
info@ledimoredelquartetto.eu
www.ledimoredelquartetto.eu

MUSA Project Manager
Alice Bovone
alice@ledimoredelquartetto.eu

MUSA – European young MUsicians soft Skills Alliance

Grant Agreement N. 2020-1-IT01-KA202-008397

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