From 8 to 10 June 2023, over 150 representatives from more than 20 European countries gathered at the House of Music Hungary in Budapest for the 11th edition of the European Forum on Music (EFM).
Over the three days in Budapest, music professionals and art enthusiasts from across Europe and beyond, gathered to get to know relevant case studies, learn about exciting music projects, and meet their peers who share the same aim: to Sustain Music.
For many, the concept of sustainability automatically sparks conversations around climate change and the ecological transition. However, the EFM 2023 highlighted that the concepts of sustainability are broad, and the world of music is a big, diverse place.
Get to know about the 2023 programme below, and catch up on what you missed.
EFM 2023 video series here
EFM 2023 programme here
EFM panel presentations here
EFM Press Release in English here
Pictures from the EFM:
The EFM 2023 was organised by the European Music Council in cooperation with the Hungarian Music Council and Papageno with the support of the Foundation for Hungarian Culture. It took place in the House of Music Hungary.