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WORLD PITCH is a one-year training programme for young world music professionals under Music Moves Europe programme

World Pitch is targeted at young music professionals and graduate students keen on capacity building. The programme includes mentoring, hands-on experience and excelent networking opporunities, and is tailored to suit full time studies and work.

What you get:

  • one-on-one training with music professionals
  • participation at professional events (WOMEX19, Balkan Traffik)
  • networking opportunites
  • paid fellowship placemets for 5 selected participants
  • unique chance to further your career and develop your project

How to apply:

send the following to forum@forumanepmuveszetert.hu

  • description of own project (online/pdf, 6000 chs)
  • letter of motivation (online/pdf, 3000 chs)
  • CV/ Bio (online/pdf, please include relevant links)

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 25 September, 2019

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TRAVEL COSTS UP TO 100 EUR/TRIP & ACCOMODATION AT WORKSHOPS; PASSES TO FESTIVALS (WOMEX &BALKAN TRAFIK) ARE COVERED BY THE PROGRAMME

Sue Kay

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Sue Kayindependent researcher

I have over thirty years’ experience in arts management and cultural administration – within performing arts organisations, funding bodies, development agencies and higher education.  I have worked as a producer, programmer, venue manager, planner, project coordinator, senior lecturer (Subject Director: Cultural Management, Dartington College of Arts, UK) and I now operate as a freelance consultant, educator and trainer.  My most recent substantive post (Executive Director, Culture South West, UK) enabled me to focus on regional cultural development, capacity building and high-level advocacy and facilitation.  I have a particular interest in cross-sectoral working, organisational development, and curriculum design and delivery in the cultural management field. I have an MA in Arts Management from City University in London and a PhD in Leadership Studies (focusing on the day to day activities of managers in small scale theatre organisations) from the University of Exeter. Formerly a board member of the European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centres and now resident in France, I work mainly in Central and Eastern Europe, the Southern Mediterranean region and Nordic-Baltic countries.

Balázs Weyer

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Balazs Weyer is director of programming at Hangvető, host of WOMEX in 2015 Budapest, Budapest Ritmo Festival and Budapest A Cappella Festival. He is a member of the World Music Charts Europe jury and several other bodies, like the Hungarian Album of theYear Prize, the Slovakian Radio World Music Awards, WOMEX samurai in 2014, etc. He coordinates CEMS, the Central European network of world music promoters, festivals and professionals. He has university degrees in World Music Studies and journalism.

Christine Semba

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Christine Semba  – Piranha Arts

Beside organizing WOMEX,  Piranha Arts also do consultancy, festival organization, publishing etc. Christine has sizeable experience in the fields of world music expos, showcases and international networking.