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The Project

Itinerant Musical Composition Classes

Masterclass in LisboaValenciaBourgesParis

Project lead by Université Gustave Eiffel

Project lead by Université Gustave Eiffel



Sum-up IMCC

Lisboa Masterclass concert (extended version record)

Lisboa Masterclass radio record

Valencia Masterclass (extended version record)

Valencia Masterclass concert (extended version record)

Valencia Masterclass radio record

Bourges Masterclass concert (extended version record)

Bourges Masterclass radio record

Paris Masterclass concert (extended version record)

Paris Masterclass radio record



Enhance a new learning and teaching method

The main objective is to prepare Music Composition and Sound Art students to professional career and boost their employability

Each Partner, aware of the needs for strengthening European cooperation to respond to transformations in musical industry background, have decided to enlarge existing collaboration and develop the first Itinerant Classes program in Musical Composition and Sound Creation field.


spaces of experimentation


fun learning


deepening of artistic sensibility


acquisition of creative, digital and multicultural skills

What will be produced ?

In addition to Masterclasses organized in each Partner Institution, IMCC will encourage the use of digital educational tools

A digital art portfolio will be designed.

Masterclasses and concerts will be recorded for educational and dissemination purposes.

All the


Each Partner will organize a Masterclass of 6 days including 5 students, in Music and sound creation, selected from each Partner.

During each Masterclass workshops and productions will take place along with the elaboration and production of a final concert.


Masterclass : In Lisboa, Portugal

at NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities



Masterclass : In Valencia, Spain

at Superior Conservatory of Music «Joaquín Rodrigo»



Masterclass : In Bourges, France

at l'École Nationale Supérieure d'Art de Bourges



Masterclass : In Paris, France

at Université Gustave Eiffel


Results expected

IMCC is expected to produce real changes in the acquisition of complementary skills - creative, digital and multicultural ones - in order to facilitate employability and professional success of students in Sound arts. Through dissemination of a new efficient teaching and learning method, IMCC expects to become a model for other Higher Education Institutions, and to be transferable to other fields.

This project was funded with support from the European Commission. This publication engages only its author and the Commission is not responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

IMCC is a Erasmus+ strategic partnership launched in 2019 for a duration of 3 years.

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