Göteborgs internationella orgelakademihttps://www.organacademy.se/
The Gothenburg International Organ Academy (GIOA) shines a light on Gothenburg’s magnificent organ landscape with concerts and lectures by leading organists.
The Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH) aims to enhance and support digitally-enabled research and teaching across the arts and humanities.
Music Tech Francehttps://www.musictechfrance.com/
Music Tech France listens to innovators in the music industry, regardless of their type of structure or stage of development of their projects. We deploy an exchange platform dedicated to our members and our team is constantly available for any suggestion from member companies.
Institute of Musicology at the University of Warsawhttp://imuz.uw.edu.pl/en/
Since 2009 Peachnote develops the world’s first search engine for digitized sheet music, an app that links scores with thousands of recordings measure by measure, an IoT platform, apps and devices for pianos, a real-time mobile movement similarity search, a tool for literary research, and much more.
Grieg Research Centre – University Bergenhttps://www.uib.no/griegforskning
The Centre for Grieg Research does research on Edvard Grieg’s works, his historical importance and cultural relevance in the past and the present. The centre’s goal is further to contribute to international research on the diverse traditions in Norwegian music after Grieg and the close exchanges between regional music and international trends in the Nordic regions.
Scientific Reseach Centre, Faculty of Economy UV
University of Louvainhttps://uclouvain.be/en/index.html
The University of Louvain is an international university engaged in society: a multitude of services, job opportunities and alumni privileges.
Deezer is a French online music streaming service. It allows users to listen to music content from record labels, as well as podcasts on various devices online or offline.
Created in Paris, Deezer currently has 90 million licensed tracks in its library, with over 30,000 radio channels, 100 million playlists, 16 million monthly active users, and 7 million paid subscribers as of January 2019.
The service is available for Web, Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry OS, Windows, and MacOS.
IC Eleonora Pimentel Fonsecahttps://www.icfonseca.edu.it
IC Eleonora Pimentel Fonseca – Pontecagnano (SA), Italy.
Philharmonie de Parishttps://philharmoniedeparis.fr/fr
Philharmonie de Paris is the major French institution dedicated to music with 3 concert halls, a Museum, the Orchestre de Paris, an Education Department and online library, where a large public can listen, watch, learn, discover and practice music in every form.
Music Dept. – University of Glasgowhttps://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/humanities/
The School has six Subject Areas, a dedicated Professional Services team, and over 140 academic and professional staff. With around 1500 undergraduate students, over 250 taught postgrads, over 100 postgrad researchers.
Soprintendenza Archeologia Belle Arti e Paesaggio di Genova e La Speziahttps://soprintendenza.liguria.beniculturali.it/
The Superintendencies originate from the Regional Offices for the Conservation of Monuments, dependent on the Ministry of Public Education. The Regional Offices are headed by the most authoritative of the Regional Delegates for the reform of the list of national monuments, the first “decentralised” structures of the Ministry, created by Ministerial Decree of 27/11/1884.
Phonographic Performance Limitedhttps://www.ppluk.com/
PPL is the UK’s music licensing company for over 120,000 performers and recording rightsholders. We have been licensing the use of recorded music in the UK since 1934.
Instituto Complutense de Ciencias Musicales (ICCMU) / Didonehttps://iccmu.es/
A research centre attached to the Complutense University of Madrid, whose aims are scientific research, the recovery and dissemination of the Hispanic musical heritage and specialised teaching.
Utrecht University researches, educates and communicates the results across disciplines and shares knowledge and insights that lay the foundation for the future. Shared perspectives are the source of tomorrow’s solutions.
Podiumkunst.net is a network consisting of six consortium partners active in the performing arts. In addition, Podiumkunst.net works together with network partners in the heritage sector.
The Ricercar Lab aims to study and promote all musical expressions of the early modern period. We have three main objectives:
1. To enrich our knowledge of Renaissance music in all its aspects: repertoires, compositional processes, performance practices, global studies, theory, iconography, and organology
2. To construct databases and online repertoires
3. To promote musical heritage
Ricercar is hosted by the Centre d’études supérieures de la Renaissance (CNRS, Université de Tours, Ministère de la Culture).
The KNAW Humanities Cluster is devoted to innovative, state-of-the-art research in the humanities. The KNAW Humanities Cluster houses researchers, experts in digital data and collection management, (data) collections and digital infrastructure, all supported by a professional department of Operational Management.
PRISM is an interdisciplinary laboratory, jointly administered by the CNRS, Aix-Marseille University and the Ministry of Culture, which gathers researchers, university lecturers, and artists specialized in topics related to image, sound and music. PRISM promotes interdisciplinarity around the issues of perception, representations and their uses.
The laboratory structure is based on 3 interdisciplinary axes, one of which deals with the processes of creation/interpretation/recreation, improvisation and artistic practices. This axis includes researchers in Music and Musicology, Cinema, Visual Arts and Contemporary Performance. The issue of data reuse and the life of the archive is addressed in various projects.
Universidad Complutense de Madrid / IDEA Lab Research Grouphttps://www.ucm.es/idealab_researchgroup/
IDEA Lab: Innovation in Direction, Evaluation and Administration of information and documentation organizations and services.
VAST – Values Across Space and Timehttps://www.vast-project.eu/#
VAST envisions to bring values to the forefront in the field of advanced digitisation. By providing advanced modelling, methods, techniques and digital tools, enabling the collaborative study, annotation and continuous capture and digitisation of experiences, it will examine narratives that represent significant moments of European culture/history and narratives stemming from citizen experiences, to study how the meaning of specific values has been expressed through different narratives and user experiences.
Rebekah AhrendtUtrecht University
Aniebiet Inyang NtuiUniversity of Calabar
María Gamboa PérezStochastic and Computer Music, Complutense University of Madrid
Maria Luisa OnidaHigh school literature teacher
Abdul GafurIndian classical music
Natalie Senjov-MakohonUkranian Intangible Heritage
Mirjam VisscherUniversity Utrecht
Professional English to Albanian Interpreter & Translator.