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European network for microtonal music


Objectives[]

The objective of the European network for microtonal music is to promote diverse musical cultures - bringing together new emerging European identities with older existing ones - to create a more inclusive and socially mobile musical culture that is able to better accept individual differences and different ways of making music through an educational and programmatic approach to microtonality in music.

Members[]

Substantive members (natural persons)[]

The list is compiled according to the first letters of the first names.

  1. Agustín Castilla-Ávila (Austria) https://castilla-avila.com/
  2. Andrus Kallastu (Estonia) http://kallastu.ee/
  3. David Mastikosa (Bosnia and Herzegovina) https://davidmastikosa.com/
  4. Georg Hajdu (Germany) http://georghajdu.de/
  5. Gérard Pape (France) http://dlsi.krash.net/gerard_pape_composer.html
  6. Gerhard Lock (Estonia)
  7. Hans-Gunter Lock (Estonia) https://www.schoenberg.ee/hansgunterlock/
  8. Idin Samimi Mofakham (Norway / Iran) https://www.idin-samimi.com/
  9. Matej Sloboda (Slovakia)
  10. Ruta Staneviciute (Lithuania)
  11. Timo Tuhkanen (Finland) https://www.timotuhkanen.com/
  12. Vahid Eftekhar Hosseini (Iran / Italy / Germany) https://vahidhosseini.com/
  13. Vytautas Germanavicius (Lithuania)
  14. Witold Maciak (Poland) https://witoldmaciak.tumblr.com/

Formal members (legal entities)[]

From EU Member States[]

Austria[]

EU member country since 1995, Euro area member since 1999, Schengen area member since 1997 and more about Austria’s participation in the EU.

  1. International Ekmelic Music Society http://www.ekmelic-music.org/en/

Belgium[]

EU member country since 1958, Euro area member since 1999, Schengen area member since 1995 and more about Belgium’s participation in the EU.

Bulgaria[]

EU member country since 2007 and more about Bulgaria’s participation in the EU.

Croatia[]

EU member country since 2013, Euro area member since 2023, Schengen area member since 2023 and more about Croatia's participation in the EU.

Cyprus[]

EU member country since 2004, Euro area member since 2008 and more about Cyprus’s participation in the EU.

Czechia[]

EU member country since 2004, Schengen area member since 2007 and more about Czechia’s participation in the EU.

Denmark[]

EU member country since 1973, opt-out from euro, Schengen area member since 2001 and more about Denmark’s participation in the EU.

Estonia[]

EU member country since 2004, Euro area member since 2011, Schengen area member since 2007 and more about Estonia's participation in the EU.

  1. Estonian Arnold Schoenberg Society https://www.schoenberg.ee/
  2. Pärnu Opera http://ooper.parnu.ee/
  3. Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre https://eamt.ee/

Finland[]

EU member country since 1995, Euro area member since 1999, Schengen area member since 2001 and more about Finland’s participation in the EU.

France[]

EU member country since 1958, Euro area member since 1999, Schengen area member since 1995 and more about France’s participation in the EU.

  1. Cercle pour la Libération du Son et de l’Image CLSI https://cercleliberationsonimage.org/

Germany[]

EU member country since 1958, Euro area member since 1999, Schengen area member since 1995 and more about Germany’s participation in the EU.

  1. Ligeti Zentrum /Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg https://ligetizentrum.hfmt-hamburg.de/ https://www.hfmt-hamburg.de/

Greece[]

EU member country since 1981, Euro area member since 2001, Schengen area member since 2000 and more about Greece’s participation in the EU.

Hungary[]

EU member country since 2004, Schengen area member since 2007 and more about Hungary’s participation in the EU.

Ireland[]

EU member country since 1973, Euro area member since 1999, opt-out from Schengen area and more about Ireland’s participation in the EU.

Italy[]

EU member country since 1958, Euro area member since 1999, Schengen area member since 1997 and more about Italy’s participation in the EU.

  1. Associazione Mask ASP (Bologna) https://maskfest.org/maskfest/

Latvia[]

EU member country since 2004, Euro area member since 2014, Schengen area member since 2007 and more about Latvia’s participation in the EU.

Lithuania[]

EU member country since 2004, Euro area member since 2015, Schengen area member since 2007 and more about Lithuania’s participation in the EU.

Luxembourg[]

EU member country since 1958, Euro area member since 1999, Schengen area member since 1995 and more about Luxembourg’s participation in the EU.

Malta[]

EU member country since 2004, Euro area member since 2008, Schengen area member since 2007 and more about Malta’s participation in the EU.

Netherlands[]

EU member country since 1958, Euro area member since 1999, Schengen area member since 1995 and more about the Netherlands’ participation in the EU.

Poland[]

EU member country since 2004, Schengen area member since 2007 and more about Poland’s participation in the EU.

Portugal[]

EU member country since 1986, Euro area member since 1999, Schengen area member since 1995 and more about Portugal’s participation in the EU.

Romania[]

EU member country since 2007 and more about Romania’s participation in the EU.

Slovakia[]

EU member country since 2004, Euro area member since 2009, Schengen area member since 2007 and more about Slovakia’s participation in the EU.

  1. Ensemble Spectrum https://ensemblespectrum.sk/

Slovenia[]

EU member country since 2004, Euro area member since 2007, Schengen area member since 2007 and more about Slovenia’s participation in the EU.

Spain[]

EU member country since 1986, Euro area member since 1999, Schengen area member since 1995 and more about Spain’s participation in the EU.

Sweden[]

EU member country since 1995, Schengen area member since 2001 and more about Sweden’s participation in the EU.


From EFTA countries which are part of the European Economic Area (EEA)[]

Iceland[]

Participates in the Creative Europe Programme (agreement signed in September 2021 — entry into force 01 January 2021)

Norway[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme (agreement signed in September 2021 — entry into force 01 January 2021)

Liechtenstein[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme (agreement signed in September 2021 — entry into force 01 January 2021)

From acceding countries, candidate countries and potential candidates[]

Albania[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme (agreement signed in December 2021 — entry into force 01 January 2021)

Bosnia and Herzegovina[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme (agreement signed in April 2022 — entry into force 01 January 2021)

Georgia[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme, but only for the “Culture” and “Cross Sectoral” strands and the “Talent & Skills”, “European Festivals and Festival networks”, and “Audience development and Film education” actions (part of “Media” strand) (agreement signed in December 2021 — entry into force 01 January 2021)

Kosovo[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme, but only for the “Culture” strand and the “Creative Europe desks” action (part of “Crosssectoral” strand) (agreement signed in December 2021 — entry into force 01 January 2021)

Montenegro[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme (agreement signed in December 2021 — entry into force 01 January 2021)

North Macedonia[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme (agreement signed in December 2021 — entry into force 01 January 2021)

Serbia[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme (agreement signed in November 2021 — entry into force 01 January 2021)

Turkey[]

has started negotiations to participate in the Creative Europe Programme, but only for the “Culture” strand and the “Creative Europe desks” action (part of “Cross-sectoral” strand)

Ukraine[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme, but only for the “Culture” and “Cross Sectoral” strands and the “Talent & Skills”, “European Festivals and Festival networks”, and “Audience development and Film education” actions (part of “Media” strand) (agreement signed in October 2021 — entry into force 01 January 2021)


From European Neighbourhood Policy countries[]

Armenia[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme, but only for the “Culture” strand and the “Creative Europe desks” action (part of “Cross- * This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence EU Grants: List of participating countries (CREA): V5.0 – 01.10.2023 sectoral” strand) (agreement signed in December 2022 — entry into force 01 January 2022

Tunisia[]

participates in the Creative Europe Programme, but only for the “Culture” and “Cross Sectoral” strands and the “Talent & Skills”, “European Festivals and Festival networks”, and “Audience development and Film education” actions (part of “Media” strand) (agreement signed in February 2022 — entry into force 01 January 2021)

Ideas[]

  1. 1.-10.8.2025 Pärnu, Estonia. Workshop on microtonal and ambisonic composition (Estonian Arnold Schoenberg Society)
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