NEW TIME MUSIC 2.0

a project of the NordplusMusic-NordPuls network

In Focus

OPEN CALL FOR IDEAS: INNOVATIVE ARTISTIC AND PEDAGOGICAL DEMONSTRATION.

Deadline for your idea submission: 04.04.2022

Pitch your idea at DIGICafé#7: 07.04.2022

Ideas selected for further preparation announced: 08.04.2022

Meeting with all selected presenters: 12.05.2022

LATEST NEWS

NEW TIME MUSIC 2.0 EXPERIMENTARIUM, September 29-30, 2022 
Turku (FI) – Aalborg (DK) and online

A PDF describing the call can be found HERE Deadline is over

The link to the registration form is HERE Deadline is over

Cherish art by using technology

The purpose of Nord+ funded New Time Music 2.0 is to enhance collaboration, curriculum innovation, distant and blended learning and blended earning for the music professionals.

The New Time Music 2.0 main objective is to find answers and practices for future music professionals to make a living in the digital future. To reach this goal, New Time Music experiments fearlessly possible and impossible solutions in a framework of Nordic and Baltic HE Institutions in Music. The aim is to increase and enhance transnational learning and working opportunities.

To reach the goal, the project collaborates hands-on with students and teachers. This will accelerate the development of a deeper understanding and skills in e-learning and e-working in music. The project hopes to prepare young music professionals for a wider variety of ways to employ themselves.

New Time Music 2.0 is cooperation between the Turku University of Applied Sciences Arts Academy, the coordinator, The Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, The Royal Academy of Music Aarhus/Aalborg, the Norwegian Academy of Music and the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre.

Yes, there was New Time Music 1.0 organized by RAMA (The Royal Academy of Music Aarhus/Aalborg) in 2016-2018. The yearly real-life congresses collected music professionals from Nordic and Baltic as well from Great Britain and U.S.A. The presenters were from different parts of the world. The New Time Music 2.0 continues from the steps of its predecessor.

NTM2.0 Steering committee
Linjama Eero and Korhonen Timo, Turku University of Applied Sciences
Håkon Kvidal, Norwegian Academy of Music
Jim Daus, The Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus/Aalborg
Paolo Girol, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
Mantautas Krukauskas, Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre