ECSA’s activities include conferences, networking opportunities, concerts, communication activities, development of professional tools, surveys… Cultural activities are proposed by ECSA members themselves in their respective committees and implemented by the ECSA office. You will find below some of our current projects:
The Composers’ Directory is a project initiated by ECSA and its ECF committee which is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.
The Composers’ Directory aims at connecting professional composers with schools, music schools, music colleges as well as higher education institutions and to provide a comprehensive database for businesses looking for composers. The core feature of the Composers’ Directory is to enable the practical exchange of information and offer networking opportunities between living composers and the educational sector and other composers both within the same genre and other genres.
A new cooperation with ECSA’s supportive member LALO has been established in December 2016 in order to enhance a larger outreach to the final users.
Visit the Composers’ Directory here: www.composersdirectory.eu