Secondary Music Network

In 2018, Mannheim was the first German city to initiate the position of a Night Mayor. Amongst other things, the Night Mayor supported the implementation of the Mannheim Cultural Support Festival – a support offer and funding programme for regional organisers and artists during the Corona Pandemic. In addition, he and the Cultural Urban Development team at NEXT Mannheim are responsible for the NØK – International Night Culture Conference, which brings experts on night governance from all over the world to Mannheim to discuss current developments and best practice examples. The network will be open to anyone to join, and will provide an opportunity to connect with others in the District and wider region, stay informed of activities and opportunities, including funding, events and available support for artists and those working in music.

Music Network will present a webinar on the RESONATE programme with a Q&A session on Wednesday, April … Read More

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Secondary Music Network

Sign up to receive up to date information about events, news and offers via our Email alerts. This year our beloved Swansea Fringe Festival – 21-24th October 2021, will welcome musicians from the city of Mannheim to share their music with the people of Swansea. Mannheim has been part of the UNESCO City of Music network since 2014. Established in 2020 the network aims to support the music scenes of both cities to learn and thrive, promoting the exchange of ideas and opportunities. UK researchers carry out internationally excellent research in this area, but many are isolated, scattered across the country, and housed in diverse disciplines, leading to missed opportunities to collaborate across disciplines with potential academic and industrial partners.

It is operated by Donegal County Council and receives annual programme funding from the Arts Council. Curiosity, virtuosity and a deep understanding of the Irish tradition are just some of … Read More

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