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Moving Classics is live!

Moving Classics – European Network for New Music created by Curated Place with partners Cycle Music & Arts Festival, Pinquins & South Iceland Chamber Choir. Offering residency opportunities and creating new music with amazing ensembles we want to bring together the best artists, composers and musicians to explore the thriving field of art music and introduce modern audiences to new contemporary classical music.

We have three main objectives:

  • Enable young and mid-career European composers who have achieved national impact to devise, develop & perform new compositions internationally.
  • Introduce new audiences to contemporary classical music by delivering high quality experiences internationally in unusual venues using innovative performance formats.
  • Evaluate and share best practice learned through the delivery of international projects to maximize knowledge exchange of working in different cultures and production environments.
Moving Classics is network for musicians and artists seeking new ways to collaborate and experiment with the website as a platform for sharing events, experiences and best practise.

Limited Time Only! 20% Off Tickets to our Icelandic Festival - Cycle

With the first round of Moving Classics residencies under way - the new compositions will be premièred at Cycle Music & Art Festival this August alongside an incredible lineup of contemporary artists such as composer Simon Steen-Andersen, the winner of the Nordic Council Music Prize 2014, sound artist Christina Kubisch and Ensemble Adapter.
Get tickets for Cycle Now!

A New Call for Composers is Opening in June!

Moving Classics – European Network for New Music invites young and mid-career European composers to develop & perform new compositions internationally. A second Moving Classics Call for Composers is opening this summer.
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Moving Classics is supported by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union

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