A European initiative aims to give young talented string quartets the professional start they deserve
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A new pan-European project aims to help 38 young string quartets grow their international profile at a critical and fragile time in their careers. The three-year ‘Merita’ project (the acronym combines chamber Music, hERItage and TAlent) is co-funded by the European Union and involves 17 cultural institutions from 12 countries. It will offer the quartets training, networking and performance opportunities and a digital platform through which they can present original projects directly to concert organisers…
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