ECOS LABS 2023
ECOS LABS 2023
Sierra Espuña’s ECOS Festival invites young national and international Early Music groups to come to the Region of Murcia for its artistic residency program and ECOS Labs. Three groups will be selected and welcomed to the most emblematic enclaves of the Sierra Espuña Territory to live with other musicians, share music and deepen the shared commitment to the social challenges of the 21st century. The festival thus aims to promote lifelong and transversal learning for young and emerging musicians and is in line with the objectives set by the European Union for the Year of Skills in 2023.
The ECOS residency programme is a 7-day experience that will take place between September 2 and 11, 2023, thanks to the support of the University of Murcia. Its main objective is to promote young talent and knowledge of Early Music, in addition to helping young ensembles expand their artistic qualities and enter the international professional market through:
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The evening concerts of the selected members of the ECOS Labs residencies will take place on September 2nd, 3rd, 8th and 9th. The morning concerts (with children’s audiences) will be on September 3rd, 4rth, 9th and 10th. During the week of September 5-11th, all ECOS Labs residency activities will take place workshops and ECOS Labs conferences. For the workshops and conferences, it is essential that at least one member representing each group be available between September 5th and 8th.
The ECOS Labs are seminars in digital format, organised in collaboration with REMA (the European Network of Early Music), in which international festival programmers discuss and interact with ECOS emerging groups to address issues related to Early Music and its value in the 21st century. This year, the title is “The experience of the concert” and three seminars will be held that will deal with the role this topic occupies in the day-to-day life, concert formats and strategy of Early Music groups.
ECOS Labs are an opportunity for emerging groups to receive personalised feedback on their artistic/social project and to learn how to interact in the international Early Music market. The programmers participating in this edition will be announced in mid-June
In the 2023 edition, three resident groups that meet the following characteristics will be selected:
RESIDENCIES DO NOT INCLUDE:
If you need more information or have any questions regarding registration requirements or participation conditions, you can contact the organising team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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