THE EUROPEAN MUSIC FESTIVAL FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 2021 WILL TAKE PLACE!!!!!
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The EMJ wants to give everyone, both vocal and instrumental groups, the opportunity to participate in this unique online event. During this digital festival, all values and main activities of the festival will definitely be present. Participating groups will be able to perform in front of an international jury by means of a pre-recorded, self-imposed repertoire. All jury concerts can be viewed during one of our live streams. The jury will not give points but only a constructive report that can inspire groups for concerts to come. We understand that it is difficult for many groups to rehearse under the current circumstances but we want to emphasise that the main message the festival wants to send out in these times is that of fraternisation and uniting people through music. Making music and feeling united is more important than giving your best performance ever. Choirs that are looking for a challenge have the possibility to study a compulsory song and enter in a second category. This song has been written as part of the European WeBEUnited project and is planned to be performed in multiple European countries. We are also planning workshop and meet and greets with jury members. The spectacular proclamation and evening happening will not be absent either. We already started preparing the necessary infrastructure and talking to professionals to make this possible both technically as content wise. The festival will last the whole day, from breakfast until the evening concert. Interactive sessions for each participating group will be included. The EMJ will once again try and redefine the standard for online festivals in its kind.
This 69nd edition remains as planned a double festival where both choirs and instrumental ensembles can enter. More information about how to register and the conditions will soon be available at www.emj.be
Like each year, the EMJ ends with a fantastic evening show.>
Groups can participate in workshop led by professionals.
This year, choirs can participate in the Balkan Challenge. This Challenge is part of the European cooperation project "West-Balkan and Europe United, musical synergies for young artists". More information about the project can be found by clicking below.> Read more