Supporting young
people engage and
connect through music

By promoting music educational methods among Youth workers, social
workers, child care workers, teachers, Music Community will inspire
young people to think and evolve through and with music despite the
COVID-19 pandemic.

The project will happen in the next 2 years, is funded by Erasmus+
programme and developed by 4 associations in different countries:


Aims to develop, support and promote cultural-artistic manifestations by organizing festivals, events, concerts, training stages, exhibitions, conferences in collaboration with musicians all over the world.


As a company oriented to design, producing and coordinating cultural events, BeArtive has as priority to enrich the Arts through the research of new ways of expression and the relation of music along with other performing arts and creativity in general.


Aims to create artistic and cultural connections of an international level with a special focus on the European dimension; enhancing knowledge exchange, networking and artistic expression.


Is an institutionalized body for further collaboration among youth&music organizations from European and Arab states, especially those working in the Eastern Mediteranean region.

Focusing on promoting, engaging, connecting and empowering



Improving youth work
experience and quality

Developing the field of youth work methodologies employing music
Fostering well-being through music

Intellectual outputs

Music as a tool to overcome

an online manual for
community based education

Online audience
development programme

developed by students in the
field of music/arts

Application for youth workers

mixing music with other arts

Holistic education MOOC

by Kristin Guttenberg

Call for Youth Workers

In the framework of Music Community project (a project funded through the Erasmus+ programme), 16 educators from Romania, Cyprus, Greece and France will have the chance to participate in a week of training activities on the topic of “music as an instrument to help young people to overcome anxiety in a period of a pandemic and post pandemic times”. The training course will take place in Timișoara, Romania.

During the training week, the participants will be introduced to different educational concepts and tools that have been developed by the Music Community project. This training course is also a great opportunity to meet fellow educators from other european countries, to exchange ideas about ways of engaging young people through music and to jointly reflect on educational challenges of our times.

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