The participating students had never met before and all come from different backgrounds and experiences. But they also have similarities: they all live in Europe, they are all young and share one common language, which is music. The students composed the new music together with three newly arrived residents, who are staying in the refugee shelter at the Joseph Haydnlaan in Utrecht.
Young people from 12 countries composed the music for this performance together. Participating students from HKU come from the Netherlands, Greece and Nepal. Other students are affiliated with conservatories in Estonia, Finland, Italy, Austria and Spain. The music students are joined by four young people staying at the refugee shelter on Joseph Haydnlaan in Utrecht, after leaving their home countries of Afghanistan, Eritrea, Iran and Venezuela.
House of Europe: sounds like this is a musical exploration that seeks to answer the question: what is home? And how is Europe a home to us? Which stories, ideas and experiences does it bring together? Questions that, given the recent events at Europe’s eastern borders, are currently more relevant than ever.
House of Europe: sounds like this is the finale of a multi-year international partnership project between six European conservatories. In addition to the final show, the project consists of (online) clinics about, among others, intercultural cooperation and the music industry from an international perspective.
DetailsHouse of Europe: sounds like this
Fr 8 April 19.30-22.00
ZIMIHC Theater Zuilen
Prinses Christinalaan 1, Utrecht