NFTs in music, digital pianos in education, livestream solutions—Leading experts will present and discuss exciting new developments in classical music at an international conference hosted by Papageno and the Hungarian Music Council on 12-13 May at Müpa Budapest.
Held for the fourth time this year, the two-day prestigious professional meeting is open for everyone who is interested in the programme, especially professionals involved in the performing arts. On the first day digital solutions and developments will take centre stage, including Steinway’s digital flagship product Spirio, and SYMPHONY, a newly launched “classical music Netflix” service. The European lifestream world—IDAGIO, ARTE, IMZ and eSzínház—, Jeunesses Musicales’ classical music incubator project, enCORE, and educational projects such as Focus on You, Play it Loud! and Werk Academy will all have their own sections.
On Friday, the second day of the conference, the “Danube Day of Classical Music” will bring together classical music festivals, symphony orchestras, and conservatories from the Danube countries to present their work and exchange experiences in round-table discussions.
The House of Hungarian Music and JM Austria, the Enescu Festival and Classic.Esterhazy & Herbstgold will be presenting their work; a number of classical music experts from Croatia, Hungary, Austria, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia will also take part in the conference.