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Save the Date: ‘Fail Better’: Sharing Challenges in Classical Music Innovation

28 January 2020

Save the date for the second MCICM symposium which will take place in Maastricht on March 27-28, 2020.

MCICM is an initiative of Stefan Rosu, intendant and director of the South Netherlands Philharmonic. He sought the cooperation of Maastricht University and ELIA' s member Zuyd University of Applied Sciences with the aim of establishing a centre for academic and applied artistic research, to be incorporated into the three participating organisations.

Innovation in classical music is happening all around us, driven by individuals and organizations throughout the globe. After a call for innovative projects to practitioners, music educators, industry figures and academics, MCICM is delighted to present their symposium programme.

The second MCICM symposium invites delegates from the professional and amateur music sector, classical music industry, music education, and academic and artistic research on musical performance and audience engagement to discuss the central theme of learning through facing challenges, even ‘failure’.

They hope that through discussion of how obstacles create learning the symposium will stimulate a supportive and fruitful dialogue in order to better understand what ingredients lead to successful innovation in classical music.

For the full updated programme and practical information about travel and accommodations, please visit the event website.

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