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De Malraux à Zuckerberg, les formes de sollicitations des individus se sont profondément transformées.

Multiplication des canaux de communication, légitimation de nouveaux prescripteurs, perte de poids symbolique des prescripteurs traditionnels, recueil de données personnelles à grande échelle, on assiste à une reconfiguration des modes de recommandation culturelle qui transforme nos façons de consommer, travailler et vivre.

L’élargissement des possibilités de choix nous rend paradoxalement plus dépendants des conditions d’accès à cette offre pléthorique. L’organisation des contenus des plateformes, qui pourrait ouvrir l’éventail de nos choix, tend à les uniformiser lorsqu’elles visent un impact de masse. Dans un contexte inédit où l’individu est devenu autant prescripteur que l’institution, comment les acteurs culturels peuvent-ils encore inciter chacun à sortir de sa « zone de confort culturel » ? Comment s’adresser aux publics, avec quels partenaires et grâce à quels outils ?

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International Dance Day 2019

action photo 2 Karima Mansour by Bassam Al Zhoghbi
photo by Bassam Al Zhoghbi

At the beginning there was movement... and since the dawn of time, dance has been a strong means of expression and celebration.

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EJN Newsletter February 2019

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ECSA: Press Release on the Informal Agreement on Copyright Directive

On 13 February 2019, after years of negotiations and an unprecedented pressure from dominant corporate interests, the three European Institutions reached a provisional agreement on the Copyright Directive. The European Composer and Songwriter Alliance (ECSA), which represents over 30,000 professional composers and songwriters in 26 European countries, welcomes this key step forward towards the final adoption of the Directive by the European Parliament and the Council.

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EMCY: GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE came to the end!


Emcy logoGive Music a Future, laureate of the Music Rights Awards in 2017, came to an end.

After three years of cooperation between all the international partners, the project GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE has ended. GIVE MUSIC A FUTURE was a cooperation project co-funded by the culture program Creative Europe of the European Union involving many countries such as United Kingdom, Netherlands, Turkey, Lithuania, Spain, Luxembourg and Germany.

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CIDIM News February 2019

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Live DMA Winter 2019 News

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On behalf of the Live DMA team, we wish you all a happy new year filled with exciting concerts and festivals, great artistic discoveries and enlightening cultural exchanges.

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REMA Newsletter - January 2019

rema logoDear REMA friends,

2019 is already here and brings change and new resolutions with it. In York, where the coming REMA conference will take place, the network will hold its general assembly, at the occasion of which a new board of directors will be elected. We are therefore looking forward to seeing all of our REMA members there in March! Regarding our New Year's resolutions, REMA promises to continue its activities and projects to support Early Music and organisations that disseminate it. And to continue to share this passion with you.

We wish you a great year, full of joy, challenging projects and of course... beautiful music!

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Music Theatre NOW: Selected Works 2018

musictheaternow logoThe call for applications of the 4th Music Theatre NOW edition ended June 30th 2018.

436 participants from 55 countries registered for this edition.

10 first productions of new works, which were realized anywhere in the world since July 2015 were selected by a jury made up of internationally renowned theatre makers from five continents. Operas and music theatre large and small, works made for large opera houses, or works created for tiny venues, which are aesthetically innovative and reflect new developments in this genre from the various corners of the world, have been chosen:

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