2018 European year of cultural heritage Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union

Educational activities

The concerts are accompanied by the screening of a video film, compiled from historical images of Hanseatic cities, created between the fifteenth and seven- teenth centuries, and artworks by children and youth, inspired by the respec- tive historical images (author of the video – Akvilė Anglickaitė). Children are involved in the collaborative creation of the video through an art contest with prizes for the best pictures and presentation of their creators to the concert audiences.

 

Apart from the concerts and children’s art contest, the project includes other educational and audience development activities, such as media presentations of Hanseatic culture in schools, master courses of early music and open rehearsals for music students and teachers, direct audio broadcasts of the concerts through a mobile app ERP Live and flash-mobs in public spaces, enabling direct interaction between musicians and the wider public.

 

 


Vilnius
Vilnius
Visby
Visby
Krakow
Krakow
Tartu
Tartu