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Prague Music Performance 2022–2023

Department 58 – International Relations
Department 58 – International Relations


Region National coverage
Title of the ProgrammeCulture
Title of the ProjectPrague Music Performance 2022–2023
Project Website


Number of the ProjectKU-CA2-019
Project Promoter

Prague Music Performance

Project Partner from Donor State

Benedicte Maurseth (Norway)
Dag Magnus Narvesen musikk (Norway)
Ellen Ugelvik (Norway)
Ole Morten Vågan (Norway)
Sigbjørn Apeland (Norway)


Czech Partner

American Spring


Estimated project duration: 03/2022 – 03/2024

More Information

Target group: young adults, general public, artists

Total Eligible Costs

288 966 EUR


200 000 EUR (70 %)

Project description:

The overall aim of the project is to significantly expand the limited and separately performed activities of Prague Music Performance (PMP) and project partners. A series of 17 music concerts, 15 workshops in about six months frequency during 2 years will be realised. A new 'Eclectus Ensemble' will be created and introduced, as well as 5 new music works composed by young emerging performers, composers and highly respected artists from the Czech Republic, Norway and other countries.

The addressed composers and performers are among the supergenre artists who move freely in the world of contemporary classical music, jazz and other music styles. At the same time, the project will remind life and work of the prominent Czech pianist Ivan Moravec, who would have lived 90 years in 2020. As part of the project, it is planned to publish the first monograph on this artist and the Ivan Moravec Piano Academy platform will be established, where renowned artists and educators would work with Czech talented students.

With the help of experts on modern fundraising, an overall strategy will be created, which shall set up a suitable system of obtaining sources of funding for other PMP events after the end of the project. For this purpose, 2 fundraising methods will be set up and tested for a) financing a new ensemble and young composers (Eclectus Ensemble) and b) the creation of the Ivan Moravec Monograph and/or Ivan Moravec Piano Academy.