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PULSE programme

Due to programme changes, PULSE programme, including Reading sessions by publishers and educational offers by some choral organisations (VoxBazaar), will be held on the online festival TV available free of charge on our website!

The educational programme, which runs parallel with the singers’ programme, is very diverse and therefore appropriate for anyone: students, conductors, creators, educators and others who are interested in choral music.

The PULSE programme (formerly known as Conductors’ and Composers’ programme). Together with many colleagues from Europe and beyond, you can get to grips with hot topics in the choral world of today.


Workshops and lectures

Every day from 14.00 to 17.30 you'll be able to attend three different 1-hour lectures on the online festival TV.

TimeTitleMentorCo-funded by EUMore
Saturday, 17. July, at 14.00Beyond Talent – Career Development for MusiciansGal Faganel (SI)EPIC, ECA-EC, Co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe ProgrammeMore
Saturday, 17 July, at 15.15Young Slovenian ComposersAmbrož Čopi (SI)More
Saturday, 17 July, at 16.30"Tech session" - presenting tools and methods for online learning and rehearsing (e-learning, online live rehearsals)Jim Daus Hjernøe (DK)Training Leading Voices, ZIMIHC, Co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe ProgrammeMore
Sunday, 18 July, at 14.00Slovenian folk musicUrša Šivic (SI), Tomaž Simetinger (SI)More
Sunday, 18 July, at 15.15Singing as an elixir of life: Singing Hospitals and Singing with people with AphasiaElke Wünnenberg (DE), Fanni Eckhardt (HU)Training Leading Voices, ZIMIHC, Co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe ProgrammeMore
Sunday, 18 July, at 16.30Live rehearsal with JamulusJim Daus Hjernøe (DK), Petra Limon (NL)Training Leading Voices, ZIMIHC, Co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe ProgrammeMore
Monday, 19 July, at 14.00Neuroscience and arts: what art does to the brainprof. dr. Zvezdan Pirtošek (SI)Training Leading Voices, ZIMIHC, Co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe ProgrammeMore
Monday, 19 July, at 15.15An inspiring choir system in Slovenian schools and Choir pyramid in St. Stanislav's InstitutionInge Breznik (SI), Damijan Močnik (SI)More
Monday, 19 July, at 16.30Presentation of a LoLa performance connecting musicians between Ljubljana and The Royal Academy of Music Aarhus/Aalborg, DenmarkJim Daus Hjernøe (DK)Training Leading Voices, ZIMIHC, Co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe ProgrammeMore
Tuesday, 20 July, at 14.00The Laban system for Choir conductorsDominique Tille (CH)Training Leading Voices, ZIMIHC, Co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe ProgrammeMore
Tuesday, 20 July, at 15.15Seniors in the spotlightSilvija Pročkytė (LT), Monika Lojen (SI)Training Leading Voices, ZIMIHC, Co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe ProgrammeMore
Tuesday, 20 July, at 16.30 The Lost Boys of Singing - reflections on why boys do not simply  join a children's choir and thriveJoakim Olsson Kruse (SE)More
Wednesday, 21. July, at 14.00Silicon Harmonies - What can choir leaders learn from high-tech startups? Jaka Levstek (SI)EPIC, ECA-EC, Co-funded by the European Union Creative Europe ProgrammeMore
Wednesday, 21 July, at 15.15Presenting the Winners of European Award for Composers 2020Jan Van der Roost (BE), Maarten Van Ingelgem (BE), Hans Helsen (BE), Vigdis Hansa Elst (BE)More
Wednesday, 21 July, at 16.30Gospel music taught by roteAnthony Leach (US)More
Thursday, 22 July, at 14.00Barbershop Harmony - A Brief HistoryDoug Harrington (US)More
Thursday, 22 July, at 15.15Musica Femina: repertoire by women composersMaria Goundorina (BG/DE)More
Thursday, 22 July, at 16.30Let music build bridges - Introduction of Superar and Cantania children's projectsOttilia Dorner (HU), Elisenda Carasco (ES)More

Marked lectures of the PULSE Programme are included in different EU-(co)funded programmes:

EPICTraining Leading VoicesSing Me InSHIFTCreative Europe ProgrammeErasmus+
European Choral Association ECA-ECZIMIHCEuropean Music Council (click!)