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All project activities aim at creating conditions for dialogue and improving mutual understanding between people. The target group of the project covers a wide audience: from students to seniors, people of different professional backgrounds, civic activists and artists. Following the project's motto, all events provide a framework to experience the principle of listening for a better understanding.

Within the framework of the International Music Academy, interactive online masterclasses and lectures on baroque music by specialists from Germany, Russia, Ukraine and Belarus were held on November 5-8, 2020. Mix of professional musicians and students in one team allowed sharing experience and exchanging ideas in continuous communication.

Debates developed jointly with local and international partners will become an important part of the project.
13 June
13 June
Online Meeting (for the participants)
online platform Zoom
an online meeting where the participants of the project "Music and Dialogue" 2019 from different countries and regions shared with each other the latest news about situation in their countries, and discuss how the quarantine had affected the music industry.

Speakers: Vitali Alekseenok (Germany), Tatiana Plis (Ukraine, Severodonetsk), Oleksandra Dermenzhi (Ukraine, Lviv), Nino Akobidze (Georgia), Monika Mkhitaryan (Armenia), Tatiana Zubova (Russia), Inna Vorobets (Ukraine, Kiev). Other participants also shared their stories.

Article about the meeting by Kerstin Holm, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (F.A.Z.) (in German)
5-8 November
10am - 4pm
(Kyiv, GMT+2)
5-8 November
10am - 4pm
(Kyiv, GMT+2)
online
online masterclasses and lectures on baroque music for students of music colleges and conservatories by specialists from Germany, Russia, Ukraine and Belarus
5 November
7:30pm
(Kyiv, GMT+2)
5 November
7:30pm
(Kyiv, GMT+2)
online
Lecture within the framework of International Baroque Music Academy "Music and Dialogue"

During the lecture, you will learn about the historical context of the 17th and 18th century music, musical trends and composers of that time. We'll also talk about musical instruments and the differences in playing them, and focus on a few of the main literary sources of that era.
6 November
7:30pm
(Kyiv, GMT+2)
6 November
7:30pm
(Kyiv, GMT+2)
online
Lecture within the framework of International Baroque Music Academy "Music and Dialogue"

During the lecture, we will talk about musical score. What is already written in the score and how to read it? What is not written but implied? What is the role of musicians in performing early music — strict adherence to musical instructions or free "re-composition" of works? We will also compare and analyze different interpretations of the same pieces.
5 December
5:00pm
(Kyiv, GMT+2)
5 December
5:00pm
(Kyiv, GMT+2)
online
Online discussion "Me — society — authorities. About freedom and responsibility"

We invite you to join the discussion about limiting freedom and relations between a person, society and authorities from different social and professional perspectives.

Is it possible to do without government regulation? Is it possible to count on the responsibility of each person when it comes to ensuring the common good? Is it possible to balance restrictions and personal freedom in a situation where the lives, health and well-being of the whole society are at stake?

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