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Musicora Feb 5th 2016 – NEW DEAL networking event

On February 5th 2016, we organize a networking event at the occasion of the music fair Musicora in Paris with our partners France Festivals, Bureau Export, Institut Français. 130 professionals will attend.  Registrations to speedmeetings are closed. However, Musicora is a public event and you may attend all our workshops and open presentations of artistic […]

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November 19th: Belgian ensembles gather in Brussels

FEVIS Europe organizes a meeting in partnership with the Conseil de la Musique in Brussels on Thursday November 19th 2015. The underlying purpose of this day is to gather independent ensembles of Belgium to create a collective strength in these difficult times of high competition, difficulties to sell, and crumbling public support. The concrete programme […]

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Classical Next: European cooperation ongoing

The  2015 Classical Next edition allowed again to meet many European counterparts and actors. Our conference session showed how local FEVIS groups in France and national associations such as the Spanish GEMA were growing and allowing independent ensembles to build up partnerships, visibility and common aggregated tools. Our associate experts such as Dick Molenaar, Dutch tax […]

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A USA funding guide for international mobility, by On the Move

On January 7th 2015, On the Move and several partners (Martin Segal Theatre Centre and Theatre without borders) released in New York City a funding guide for the performing arts in the context of international mobility – putting an emphasis on opportunities for funding travels through private or public partnerships with institutions. It is public and […]

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French ensembles : facts & figures

All you have ever wanted to know about French independent ensembles: their activities, staff costs, revenues including public ressources and private sponsors, export, average number of concerts, educational work…. Based on 2012 data, they also show trends and evolutions between 2010 and 2012. The summary of this 6 month – study is available in English […]

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Artistic collaborations among ensembles

European ensembles have been working together for years. FEVIS Europe initiative is meant to encourage mobility, and artistic collaborations among European ensembles are part of it. Some members have been searching for direct ways to get in touch with European counterparts to build new co-productions and artistic projects. We have just opened a section that is […]

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Where are we on air passenger rights ? Vote last Feb 5th 2014

The European Parliament has voted on 5 February 2014 on proposals from the European Commission to strengthen passenger rights, and after the proposed amendments of the  Transport commission of the Parliament (rapporteur MEP Georges BACH, Luxembourg). The voted text mentions the case of musical instruments, among other amendments. Below is the extracts of the initial European […]

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2014 events – trainings, showcases…

2014 events are now online, feel free to visit our calendar. Among the key moments of our network, you will find – a work session on social contribution in regards to European mobility in Strasbourg on June 13th  // Register – our Berlin conference on September 11th and 12th, in collaboration with REMA to meet with […]

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Newsletter January 2014

Click here to have a look at our newsletter http://eepurl.com/MaQnn

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Partnership with European research institutions

What is a European independent ensembles? In Germany, it is a collective group where musicians are all equal. In France, it is a group of musicians gathered for a specific project around a leader, an “entrepreneur”. In Spain, it is an ensemble that renews the idea of “classical music” into a blend of so-called “art […]

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