Provisional list of awarded projects
MusicAIRE: results of the first call published!
With more than 400 applications from over 40 countries in Europe and beyond, the first MusicAIRE call for projects was a success. We have received applications from every topic (Green, Digital and Just and Resilient recovery) and combinations of topics as well as a diverse range of proposed activities.
After a thorough evaluation from an independent jury panel, the MusicAIRE consortium notified all project applications of the results of the first MusicAIRE call on 3rd of June 2022. From a great number of applications of very high quality, 22 projects could be selected with the budget available for this call. A provisional list of the selected projects, can be found here.
Congratulations to the 22 selected projects and all applicants that have submitted their project ideas. We would also like to thank the jury members for their work and commitment to the selection process.
A final list of the awarded projects will be published as soon as we conclude the grant agreement process.
For those that were not selected, we encourage you to apply to the second open call. Stay tuned!
MusicAIRE (An Innovative Recovery for Europe) is an EU-funded project (Music Moves Europe) that aims to provide tailored instruments for the sector and contribute to a green, digital, just and resilient recovery of the music ecosystem. This call for proposals takes into consideration the feedback and input received by music sector representatives through a questionnaire and two think-tank sessions. The ultimate goal of this initiative is to design and test a supporting scheme that will assist with the recovery of the sector while preparing future EU support under the new Creative Europe Programme. MusicAIRE is managed by the consortium composed by INOVA+ and the European Music Council (EMC)
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