The Council of Nordic Composers strongly objects to the plans of the Nordic Council of Ministers to cut funding for culture in the Nordic & Baltic region by 20-25% between 2021-2024.
On the opening night of Nordic Music Days in the Faroe Islands, September 1st, the Council of Nordic Composers awarded their honorary prize to Visby International Centre for Composers. President for the Council of Nordic[…]
With the proceedings of vaccination programs and the world gradually reopening, we are happy to announce that Nordic Music Days will finally take place for the first time ever in the Faroe Islands 1-4 September[…]
The Covid-19 situation has hit artists in all Nordic countries hard. The closing of almost all cultural institutions and other artistic platforms results in unfathomable economic and artistic problems for all who create and perform[…]
Planning an international music festival during an unpredictable worldwide pandemic, is not easy! Last autumn the festival Nordic Music Days was postponed until April this year, but continuous bans on gatherings, travel restrictions and uncertainty[…]
The Icelandic Society of Composers regret to inform that the Nordic Music Days in Iceland 2021 will be postponed. The festival will be held in late 2022, but the exact date is to be announced.[…]