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2012

Strengthening the Musical Culture in Central Asia through Regional Cooperation, Integration and International Networking

Asie Centrale

Titre : Strengthening the Musical Culture in Central Asia through Regional Cooperation, Integration and International Networking

Région / Pays : Asie Centrale (Kazakhstan ; Kyrgyzstan ; Tajikistan)

Durée : 1 February 2012 - 31 January 2014

Domaine : Development - Human and social

Contexte
Central Asia includes a variety of different musical styles originating from a large number of Asian cultures with common elements in instrumental tradition. It was almost impossible to find a programme capable to combine the strengthening of music culture with the support of the music education systems : coordination in the didactic and professional sector was completely absent, and very few orchestras took care of the cultural integration between the traditional and classical repertoire. There was the need to support quality within music education.

Objectif _Contribute to the development and promotion of traditional and classical music in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan by strengthening regional cooperation, integration and European networking.

Résultats
* 54 best young musicians/students from three countries were selected to be members of the Central Asia Youth Orchestra (CAYO). In 2014, CAYO was invited to the Young Euro Classic Festival in Berlin, one of the most prestigious international music festivals in Europe.
* Around 2 500 students attended the training sessions to improve their knowledge on preparatory music didactics, instrumental methodologies and the use of music software.
* 23 Local Music Schools have improved their institutional, managerial and musical capacities through a follow-up training for each school, with on average 18 teachers attending the trainings.
* 51 music teachers have improved their knowledge on music methodologies and programmes, traditional repertories and instruments at regional level through the study tours.
* CAYO promoted traditional and classical music in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan reaching an audience of around 6 000 people in Central Asia and 5 000 people in Europe.

Organisme d’exécution : CESVI FONDAZIONE ONLUS ASSOCIAZIONE

Contribution Union Européenne (EUR) : 398 000.00
Coût Total (EUR) : 497 500.00

Union Européenne

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