The European Agenda for Music is much more than a policy document. It is a way-marker for the music sector itself. Everyone is invited to take the EAM home and use it as it is or adapt it to different musical and cultural contexts as needed. If the music sector can come together across Europe with all the stakeholders, it should be possible to achieve a similar momentum nationally, regionally or locally. And this would immeasurably strengthen the sector.
The EAM is a living product and the process is continuous.
Free order of EAM material
Do you want to share the European Agenda for Music with your members or audience? Get in touch with the European Music Council (email@example.com) for your free order of the EAM brochure and/or postcards. Postcards are available for each key theme. You can order a complete set or just those that are of interest for you! As an example, please see here the postcard for the key theme “mobility”:
Show your support!
Do you want to show your support for the European Agenda for Music? Feel free to use the “We support the European Agenda for Music” webbanner on your website, social media or newsletters.
Get inspired and connect with others!Many music organisations in Europe have started their own activities based on the European Agenda for Music. From translating it into different languages to using it for their policy work. Learn more about these activities and get inspired! If you are using the EAM for your own work, let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org)!
Agenda Européen de la Musique (French edition translated by Plate-Forme Interrégionale and CHROMA Zebrock)
Europejska Agenda dla Muzyki (Polish edition translated by Polish Music CounciI)
Europese Agenda voor Muziek (Dutch/Flemish edition translated by Flemish Music Council and National Centre of Expertise for Cultural Education and Amateur Arts)
Európai Zenei Menetrend (Hungarian edition translated by the Hungarian Music Council)
Eiropas Mūzikas Programma (Latvian edition translated by Latvian Ministry of Culture and the Latvian Music Council)
Press release of the European Music Council in English, French and German
Arts Professional: European Arts Organisations defend music as a human right
Neue Musikzeitung: Hilfreicher Baustein europäischer Kulturpolitik. Ruth Jakobi, EMC Generalsekretärin, im Gespräch über die European Agenda for Music
Classical:NEXT: Interview with Ian Smith and Ruth Jakobi about the European Agenda for Music
Sistema Europe is proud to be an official supporter of the European Agenda for Music
Backstage Pro: Für eine gemeinsame europäische Vision: European Agenda for Music in Brüssel vorgestellt
International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML): Be inspired by the European Agenda for Music
Live DMA: European Agenda for Music
Österreichischer Musikrat (Austrian Music Council): Österreichischer Musikrat sieht dringenden Handlungsbedarf, um den Musiksektor für die Zukunft fit zu machen
Schweizer Musikzeitung: Ein Kompass für den europäischen Musiksektor
Loudmouth: The European Agenda for Music
Zebrock: Plus de place pour la musique?
Creative Europe Desk Czech Republic: Byla vytvořena Evropská agenda pro hudbu
Livefin.fi: European Agenda for Music