The Blue Sky Messengers to rehearse for one week in Mongolia

The Blue Sky Messengers is a European-Mongolian Youth Jazz Orchestra established by EUNIC Mongolia in cooperation with European and Mongolian partners. It is composed of students, recent graduates and teachers from the music conservatories of Alborg, Paris, Munich, Klagenfurt and Ulaanbaatar.

The orchestra will be in Mongolia from the end of August to the beginning of September 2023. It will rehearse for one week at the Yeruu Lodge in Selenge Province and then give concerts at the Zaluuchuud Theatre in Darkhan (26.08.2023) and at Beatles Square (29.08.2023), the Philharmonic Hall (30.08.2023) and the Fat Cat Jazz Club (31.08.-02.09.2023) in Ulaanbaatar.

Prior to traveling to Mongolia, participating students and teachers will collaborate online to create a unique repertoire representing each participating country and Mongolia as the host country. Each country will be artistically represented by at least one composition or arrangement from its culture.

The project is funded by EUNIC, the Franco-German Cultural Fund as well as the implementing members of EUNIC Mongolia, the Alliance Francaise Oulan-Bator, the Austrian Embassy in Beijing, the Danish Cultural Institute in Beijing and the Goethe-Institut Mongolia with the support of the EU Delegation to Mongolia.

Blue Sky Messengers’ partners include the Centre des Musiques Didier Lockwood in Paris, France, the Gustav Mahler Private University of Music in Klagenfurt, Austria, the Mongolian State Conservatory in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, the University of Music and Performing Arts in Munich, Germany, and the Royal Academy of Music in Aalborg, Denmark, as well as other partners in Mongolia such as the Jazz Lab NGO, the GMUB NGO, the Fat Cat Jazz Club, the Mongolian State Philharmonic, the City of Ulaanbaatar, the Yeruu Lodge, the Zaluuchuud Theatre in Darkhan and MNB World.

Blue Sky Messenger is a project of EUNIC Mongolia. EUNIC – European Union National Institutes for Culture – is Europe’s network of national cultural institutes and organizations, with 39 members from all EU Member States and associate countries. EUNIC Mongolia aims to develop strong and sustainable ties between cultural stakeholders in the European Union and Mongolia by engaging in activities that are driven by the global challenges we have to respond to together.

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