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MUSic higher EducatioN meetS the cyber dimEnsion
Forging higher education Music institutions to embrace the digital shift and to stimulate innovative learning and teaching practices

Project


Music graduates are experiencing a difficult repositioning of their function within society and the labor market. The COVID impact on young classical music HEIs students has been meteoric, creating a “lost generation” of artists out of the normal performance circuit. MUSense aims to fill a gap by forging HE Music Institutions to embrace the digital shift and stimulating innovative learning and teaching practices in order to sustain and achieve new innovative performance practices and leverage the digital media potential.

Get to know MUSense


Music graduates are experiencing a difficult repositioning of their function within society and the labor market. The COVID impact on young classical music HEIs students has been meteoric, creating a “lost generation” of artists out of the normal performance circuit.


Case Studies


 

News


 

MUSense Project 1st Multiplier Event on AEC's January Newsletter
02-02-2023 12:08

In its January newsletter, the Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen (AEC) published an article about MUSense Project 1st Multiplier Event.

Welcome to our new website!
06-10-2022 16:33

Welcome to our new website!

Activities


 

Multiplier event "New frontiers in music performance" (12-13 December 2022)
20-01-2023 12:43

The first Multiplier Event of MUSense Project was organized by Yaşar University on 12-13 December 2022 at Yaşar University in hybrid format.

"New frontiers in music performance": MUSense project multiplier event (Yaşar University, 12-13 December 2022)
06-10-2022 16:25

Within the scope of MUSENSE Project, "New Frontiers in Music Performance" will be organized by Yaşar University on 12 and 13 December 2022 at Yaşar University Selçuk Yaşar Campus as both an online and offline event.

Coordinating Institution:
Conservatorio di Musica Alessandro Scarlatti di Palermo
Address: Via Squarcialupo, 45, 90133 Palermo, IT
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