Call for applications

Call for European Music Cooperators

Call for applications

Music4Coop Call for European Music Cooperators

Music4Coop invites music professionals to apply for an immersive 3-day cooperative experience in Cáceres, Spain from November 8-10, 2023.

During this transformative journey, 20 selected participants will gain hands-on skills in cooperation, co-creation, and solidarity economy principles to become European Music Cooperators, which are professionals who work with local stakeholders to promote sustainable development goals through music.

Together with local stakeholders, they will tackle real-world challenges and emerge equipped to lead sustainable development through cooperative efforts in music. Activities in Cáceres will include training sessions, think tanks, hackathons and music events to build a European collaborative network.

Travel and accommodation expenses are covered for selected candidates.

Help redefine what it means to be a music professional in today’s evolving landscape. Join us!

Music4Coop: Your Gateway to Cooperation!

Becoming a European Music Cooperator: Music4Coop's 3-Day Journey

The following are eligible to take part in the 3-day full immersion cooperation experience in Extremadura, Spain: music professionals such as composers, performers, educators, cultural managers… who are developing their professional careers in public and private music institutions (orchestras, conservatories, SMEs, universities…) established in EU Member States.

submit your application by 30 September 2023


Empower Your Music Career!

We are pleased to invite aspiring European Music Cooperators to apply for the Music4Coop cooperative experience in Cáceres, Spain. In order to ensure a full understanding of your background and aspirations, the application process involves completing a form that includes both personal and professional details as well as motivation and availability

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Music cooperation for the future of Europe's rural areas

European music cooperators are music professionals working in conjunction with community-level stakeholders for the promotion of a common end of sustainable development of rural, low populated and remote areas of Europe.

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