A Multimedia Contemporary Music Platform

If it is to have a more lasting impact than that, however, the music must get into the hands of more performers, ensembles, orchestras, and, above all, reach the ears of the general public.
Julian Anderson

The next steps

It's been quiet for a while, but that doesn't mean nothing happened! During summer we've been busy securing the future for Living Scores Learn, and we are glad to announce that we have granted support for the next year. So this means we can continue the work. But what does this mean?

The goal for the next year is to broaden the content and impact of the platform. Currently, we are working on spreading the concept. We invite students, teachers and performers to work together to provide more content to the platform and start the exchange of experience. Our current tools already support this, but we are also looking for new ways to continue developing.

We have started to contact different people to introduce Living Scores Learn. Kickoff last week was an interesting lecture and discussion at the Fontys School of Music in Tilburg. We are currently organizing more presentations, contacting different persons and applying for conferences. If you have interest in the project, do not hesitate and please contact us at info[at]living-scores[dot]com!