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Music Venue—music lessons both at home and in the classroom

Monday, 15 March 2021 , ora 12.09

Starting with the 13th of March, the Artistic Tribe Association launches a series of music lessons

Music Venue-music lessons both at home and in the classroom, the project through which the Artistic Tribe Association launched 9 episodes focused on digital music education, has come to an end. Two episodes per week will be made public on the e-learning platform www.pavilionmuzical.ro. 40 musicians, both Romanian and from outside its borders, have contributed to the realisation of these educational videos. They will be made available, for free, to teachers and students who are passionate to learn music.

The first episode, launched on the 13th of March, features the members of the band Cobzality, who bring us closer to the world of the Romanian folklore music, with electro-worldmusic influences. Numerous instruments, rhythms, musical notes and genres are brought alive over the course of the 9 episodes with the help of multiple bands: Pla Cello, Seven's TM Show Band, Dincolo de Ziduri, musicians: Raluca Ilovan, Răzvan Poptean, Rareș Sângeorzan, Andrei Gologan, Roxana Cîrciu, Eduard Antal, Mădălin Luca, Vălungan Remus, Panici Rădoie, Ana Kui, Johnny Kui, DJ K-lu& MC Woodie, under the supervision of the artproject director, Vlad Popescu. The videos will last approximately 22 minutes and will include two instalments: a theoretical part and a practical one, accompanied by short interviews made by musically curious middle-schoolers.

Once the videos released, the digital learning platform www.pavilionmuzical.ro will also be made available-a tool meant to become a centre of resources for music teachers, as well as for anyone interested in discovering music.Here, educators will be able to create an account and contribute with their own learning materials. "The Timiș County School Inspectorate is a trusty partner in our project to broaden the limits of knowledge for musically inclined youth, and we are thrilled that, through the Timiș CSI, we can reach music teachers from other counties as well", says Ovidiu Florian Andriș, manager the of Artistc Tribe Association.

The end of the project will be crowned by a "music tour", when members of the Music Venue team, along with some of the musicians who appear in the videos, will go in many schools around the county and will present their digital music lessons during students' classes. If the restrictive measures against the pandemic will demand it, the tour will be made online.

The project was created by the Artistic Tribe Association and is financed by the "În Stare de Bine" program, sponsored by Kaufland Romania and implemented by the Civil Society Development Foundation.Another sponsor of this project is the Alber Foundation.


About the financial beneficiary

The Artistic Tribe creates and promotes cultural and artistic activities by organising independent events locally and nationally, alone or in partnership with other associations. Among the landmark projects of the Artistic Tribe , we list: Romanian Chamber Orchestra (it reunites, under the baton of Cristian Măcelaru, 21 Romanian musicians, renowned both nationally and internationally, as well as some of the most notable international orchestras), Eufonia Festival (the most important festival of chamber music in the west of Romania), PAVILION (a project aimed at musically educating the youth).

About the "În Stare de Bine" program

The "În Stare de Bine" program is a financing initiative which offers annual non-reimbursable grants that amount to 1 million Euro for the Romanian NGOs. It is sponsored by Kaufland Romania and implemented by the Civil Society Development Foundation. The ambition of the program is to raise the quality of life in the rural and urban communities, by supporting initiatives with a positive impact in culture, sports, health, and which are primarily aimed at people from vulnerable groups. For more information, you can accesswww.instaredebine.ro.

About Kaufland Romania

Kaufland is one of the biggest retailers in Europe, with over 1270 open shops in 7 countries, and a chain of 126 shops in Romania. Ecological and social responsibility is an essential detail in Kaufland's corporate policy. The company's belief is that the world can be a better place through each individual's participation. That is why, in 2018, Kaufland launched the platform called "Implicatea face diferența" (n.t. "Involvement makes the difference"), where all the socially responsible activities are being communicated. The majority of these projects are being developed in partnership with regional and national NGOs, and aspire to implement complex social programs that target large groups. For more information, you can accesswww.kaufland.ro.

About the Civil Society Development Foundation

CSDF is an independent non-governmental organisation, established in 1994 at the initiative of the European Commission. It promotes a sustainable and powerful society, that contributes to the defence of democratic values through the support given to civil society actors, to mobilising resources, encouraging a favourable environment and strengthening the cooperation with other sectors. For more information, you can access www.fdsc.ro.

Translated by Ioana Grigoruță,
University of Bucharest, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures, MTTLC, year I
Corrected by Silvia Petrescu