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Amateur musicians and those in the early stages of their career from Italy, Lithuania and Poland, with no more than 2 years of experience in the music sector, are eligible to apply.

The term „2 years of experience” serves as a benchmark to denote that the individuals are not yet professional musicians. Professional musicians are those who have completed their education at a music conservatory, or are artists who have performed at numerous significant festivals, etc. This criterion helps to distinguish between novice and more seasoned practitioners in the field.

Five beginner musicians will be selected from each participating country (Italy, Lithuania, Poland, through an open call for artists – 15 in total. 

This refers to musicians with an experience of no more than 2 years in the music industry. 

Yes, the open call will aim for gender balance, with no more than 40% of total participants being female, to ensure balanced participation.

Candidates must have minimum skills in music, including competence in composition, performance, interpretive skills on at least one musical instrument, video music writing, and familiarity with music production software like Logic Pro, Cubase, Pro Tools, etc.

Applicants are required to send their artistic curriculum, list of compositions, and a motivational letter through a specially dedicated form you can find here. 

Yes, a video presentation is required. Candidates must submit a video showcasing their artistic path, style, and genre of compositions.

The open call will be available until 10.03.2024. 

The open call will be promoted on the websites of the partners, as well as on their social media channels, through specific advertising campaigns.

The Jury will evaluate every aspect of the candidates, including their experience, the quality of their musical compositions, and other relevant factors. Evaluating every aspect ensures that we identify the most suitable candidates for our project, aiming to find those who best match our requirements and project goals.

Selected musicians will first participate in a training program and then engage in joint creative activities, following a comprehensive growth path within the MOTIVE project.

As the project aims to foster international experiences and connections the training will be held online and in Warsaw (Poland) and the creative sessions will be held in Nida (Lithuania) and Crotone (Italy).  Specific venues will be communicated to selected participants in due course.

We will cover essential costs related to the training and creative sessions, including accommodation and travel expenses for participants.

Due to the focused nature of the project and budget constraints, participants are expected to attend solo. However, if there are special circumstances or needs, please discuss them with the organizers to explore possibilities. 

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