Festivallinks

Five innovative, small sized (classical) music festivals join forces for a brighter future of live music in Europe. Their goal is to learn more about their audiences and how to reach them. They do so by inspiring each other through exchanging their creative and organizational best practices.  This process will lead to an audience development tool for small to midsized festivals called ARTSCORE. After two years the results of this unique cooperation will be published and shared with other festivals in Europe.

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Festivals

Bach Festival Dordrecht

For a week, the rich world of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) comes to life during the concerts and activities at indoor and outdoor locations in the historic city center of Dordrecht.

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International Bach Festival

The IBF is a very young mid-scale music festival with a lot of potential. During three editions it achieved an important status within the cultural life of Gran Canaria.

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Silence Festival

Artists Association Silence organizes an annual multi-art festival called Silence Festival in Kittilä, in Northern Finland.

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Sorru in Musica

Our organization is an association. The aim of our association is to bring alive little villages in the Corsican mountains. Villages where culture has abandoned people. We want to re-create a link between people, villages and the outside world through music.

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Varna Summer International Music Festival

Varna Summer International Music Festival, founded in 1926, is one of the oldest festivals in Europe. It has won international recognition and is a prestigious forum for Bulgarian and world classical music and performing art.

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Organisation

LUSTR

LUSTR is a cultural company which organises, produces and promotes cultural events, festivals and cultural programs. They are the project leader of Festivallinks.

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Michael Gieler

As artistic coordinator, Michael is the driving artistic and networking force in setting up the Festivallinks project.

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Elisabetta Lazzaro

Festivallinks attracted Professor Elisabetta Lazzaro to substantiate the findings on reaching and extending audiences through scientific research.

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Budapest Music Centre

The Budapest Music Centre is a leading venue for contemporary Hungarian music. It hosts the apartment where György Kurtág lives and the Peter Eötvös Foundation has his seat.

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