We’re thrilled to unveil our latest endeavour – the IMMERSIONS project!

Our new initiative, the IMMERSIONS project, is funded by the European Union’s Creative Europe program, and is set to transform the world of electronic music and cultural engagement across Europe. This collaborative effort brings together four countries – Poland, Norway, Portugal, and Lithuania – in an ambitious endeavour to create a European hybrid music network that bridges geographical and economic divides.

Under the leadership of partners Pogotowie (Poland), Monument (Norway), Gare (Portugal), and UAB Novista (Lithuania), the IMMERSIONS project will usher in a new era of musical exploration and education. By hosting hybrid music events and electronic music education activities, this initiative aims to establish connections among European venues situated in diverse locations. The core mission is to promote European electronic music within cultural peripheries, fostering enhanced opportunities for music professionals and ensuring equitable access to cultural experiences for audiences.

The IMMERSIONS project is driven by a shared commitment to geographical and economic inclusion. By facilitating access to music education, cultural events, and networking opportunities, the project seeks to uplift music professionals and empower audiences, irrespective of their geographical location.

Save the Date: On September 29th, 2023, IMMERSIONS will host its inaugural workshop event, open to the public for registration. The free workshop will be a platform for learning, creativity, and collaboration, setting the tone for the exciting journey ahead. Led by the world-renowned Techno artist Temudo, mastering the audio processing & composing techniques, and solving puzzles in the pursuit of the perfect mix, the workshop will give the audience the possibility to get an insight into the professional life of top music makers.

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Funded by the European Union.

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