Routes to a Career in the Music Sector
The project "Tuning In! Routes to a Career in the Music Sector" at mdw – University for Music and Performing Arts Vienna invites graduates and senior students of European HMEI to join a training programme that supports them in the development of a personal career road map.
The training programme “Tuning In! Routes to a Career in the Music Sector” is a cooperation of mdw – University for Music and Performing Arts Vienna and the Austrian music information center mica and is funded by the European Union. It aims to equip graduates and senior students of European HMEI with the skills and knowledge needed to develop and grow their careers as musicians in a rapidly changing professional environment.
Tuning In! provides musicians in the early stages of their careers with essential resources such as strategic networking and self-reflection, business and management skills, and both self-marketing and self-presentation methods. During three in-person teaching modules, the participants acquire basic entrepreneurial skills, develop their personal career road maps, and start implementing these in individual steps. The workshops are accompanied by an e-learning platform and complemented by digital hangouts for sharing knowledge and experience. An international mentoring programme offers participants to discuss their visions and plans with an individually chosen mentor, an internationally experienced musician or other type of protagonist in the music sector.
Lecturers include international as well as Vienna-based experts such as internationally acclaimed actor and trainer Michaela Rosen and the expert on European music markets Peter Tschmuck. The programme also offers the possibility of extensive networking with internationally experienced musicians and participants establish and foster their own transnational networks.
Tuning In! Routes to a Career in the Music Sector runs from November 2019 to April 2020.
Tuning In! coordination team
Anna Zethner and Veronika Leiner
Cooperation and Funding Partners
Tuning In! is a cooperation of
with the support of
The project has been co-funded by the European Union