An innovative recovery for Europe
With COVID-19 spreading across the world, the music sector is one of the sectors hit hardest and will be one of the last to come out of it. The crisis has highlighted and accelerated the challenges that the sector had already been facing before the pandemic. At the same time, it showed how important music is for individuals and society as a whole as well as the urgency for an innovative recovery of the European music ecosystem.
MusicAIRE (An Innovative Recovery for Europe) is an EU-funded project that aims to provide tailored-made instruments for the sector and contribute to a green, digital, just, and resilient recovery of the music ecosystem. The project is a 28-month journey, which includes a needs-analysis phase and the launching of
two open calls for applicants established in one of the 27 EU Member States and non-EU countries participating in the Creative Europe Programme.
The ultimate goal of this initiative is to design and test a support scheme that will assist with the recovery of the sector while preparing future EU support under the new Creative Europe Programme. MusicAIRE will co-fund sustainability actions through an innovative scheme, engaging and empowering the sector in an effective recovery process, promoting peer-learning, sharing of experiences, networking, and fostering a participatory approach towards policy framing and policymaking.
Music Venue Operators
Other players from the music sector established in one of the 27 EU Member States and non-EU countries participating in the Creative Europe Programme.
Provisional list of awarded projects – 2nd call
MusicAIRE PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS #22
MusicAIRE PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS #21
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