The SoundMe project runs from 1 July 2016 until 31 August 2019 in Czech Republic, The Netherland, Poland, Germany and in the UK. It explores the mechanisms by which Europeans of a distant past (c. 1200-1600) used collective musical memory to shape cultural and political behaviour. In which ways are these mechanisms relevant to the societies of 21st-century Europe?

Ph.D., graduate and undergraduate students of the Department of Composition, HAMU, Prague, Czech republic have joined the project with ideas of how period music inspiration might be transformed into contemporary music language. 

Composer involved for the project to be premiered during the Fall 2018.

Jan Dobiáš, Bruno Cunha, Roman Zabelov, Kateřina Horká, Patrik Kako

 

supervision:

doc. Michal Rataj