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Music Up Close Network: CALL FOR APPLICATION 2019 IS OPEN!

OPEN ! Call for participation to the third edition of the artists ambassador’s residential session organized by the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation in Belgium is now open!
The theme of this session “Beyond our inner limits” aims to explore artistic domains that should be more familiar in the practice of the (orchestral) musician today, with the goal of enriching this practice by linking it to domains that are often overlooked in their formal training.

Please mail CV and/or links to the attention of Sophie.lupcin@menuhin-foundation.com by 15th March 2019.

Please click here to download full version of the call.

 

Homelands, places of belonging: Follow us on the Blog!

Homelands, places of belonging is a community co-creation project for and by refugee artists, led by the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation and its partners running from October 2018 until April 2019.

For all the news on the project follow the blog! 

Multilib: discover the illustrated stories!

The IYMF was partner of the project Multilib (Erasmus +) offering a vibrant multicultural e-library with traditional and contemporary children’s stories in 12 different languages, including those of six cultural minorities in Europe. Several beautifully illustrated stories have been created in the e-book format and can be discovered right here!

 

Pierre Rabhi “La Sobriété Heureuse” – 10 December 2018

On the 10th of December 2018, the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation collaborated with Emergences asbl for the conference of Pierre Rabhi, a dear fiend to Yehudi Menuhin, on “La Sobriété Heureuse” at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). On this occasion, the orchestra in residence at IYMF – The Brussels Chamber Orchestra (BCO) – gave a unique performance.

Diversity Makes Music – 21 November 2018

One of the highlights of the year 2018  was the “Diversity Makes Music” concert in Flagey – one of the most important cultural venues of Brussels – on 21 November 2018. Through this concert we wanted to address an contemporary issue dear to us all, namely the migration crisis. This unique concert was a dialogue between East and West, retracing the journey of the Syrian dancer Ahmad Joudeh who was forced to leave his country and travel to Europe. Whereas policies and politicians often fail to create links between very different populations, between the welcoming and the welcomed, artists have a special talent for building bridges and highlighting the universality of what unites us rather than what separates us. This was the message conveyed by this event, which was a great success and a dynamic demonstration of social inclusion at European level.

 

© Pictures Doron Chmiel