Project Consortium

Project Consortium

Finnish Composers’ Copyright Society Teosto is a non-profit organisation founded in 1928 representing 33,000 Finnish and almost three million foreign composers, lyricists, arrangers and music publishers.

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UoC has vast experience of successfully running research and training programmes and stands for outstanding collaboration and outreach. It collaborates closely with schools in order to improve music teacher education.

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Musical Futures is an innovative approach to music learning with the aim of bringing relevant and engaging music lessons to as many young people as possible.

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Founded in 1851 by Authors, Composers and Publishers of Music, SACEM is a private non-profit organisation managed by creators and music publishers.

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Uniarts Helsinki fosters and renews art and educates artists whose work provides society with new perspectives and life force.

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The Music Technology Group (MTG) of UPF carries out research on topics such as audio signal processing, music information retrieval, musical interfaces, and computational musicology.

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Society Artisjus is the association of music composers, songwriters, authors, writers, poets (their heirs) and music publishers. Artisjus distributes royalties among more than 10 000 directly represented authors every year.

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Subcontracting Partners

INTO SCHOOL is a unique Finnish education concept linking modern technology with the world of education, and is built upon the best pedagogical practices available.

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Hangvető has organized concerts and festivals since 2004, and is an established world and folk music label. We select, publish, stage and promote top & upcoming world music artists from Hungary and beyond, as one of the major actors in the CEE region.

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Project Consortium

Subcontracting Partners