Voices from the past, voices of today: Sound (re)discovery event at the BnF

The past still resonates today… This is the idea behind the (re)discovery event that will take place under the auspices of the National Library of France (BnF) and Europeana Sounds on Sunday 18th September from 17:00 to 18:30. Everyone is welcome to attend (for free). […]

September 1st, 2016|Events, Music, News|0 Comments

The (Re)Discovery Event Series: Kick off in Vienna

On Thursday, the 2nd of June, the first (Re)Discovery Event within the Europeana Sounds project took place at the Austrian National Library in Vienna. It was held in the heart of Vienna at the beautiful Palais Mollard – a Baroque palace – where the music department of the Austrian National Library is also located. The theme of the evening was “Beethoven meets Liszt”. […]

June 13th, 2016|Music, News|0 Comments

Beethoven meets Liszt at the Austrian National Library – Europeana Sounds (Re)Discovery Events

Within the Europeana Sounds project, different series of events are organised and hosted by several partners, such as edit-a-thons or conferences. Commencing in 2016, the so-called (Re)Discovery Events are part of these event highlights. […]

May 18th, 2016|Events, Music, News|0 Comments

Watch Matthew Herbert mix soundscapes, field recordings and music from the Europeana Sounds collections

During the conference “Europeana Sounds 2015: The Future of Historic Sounds”, the British electronic musician and producer Matthew Herbert offered a live session focusing on the artist’s perspective about archive sound and reuse. […]

December 2nd, 2015|Events, Music, News|0 Comments

Europeana Sounds orchestrates its first public conference

On Friday 2nd October 2015 the National Library of France (BnF) opened its doors to host the first public conference from Europeana Sounds. This blog post gives a first overview of the day. A full report on the conference will be issued and the videos published in the next couple of weeks. […]

October 14th, 2015|Events, News, Sound categories|0 Comments