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Your Door to the Choral Repertoire of the World: Musica.net

Finding repertoire is a concern of any conductor or organizer of choral events. With about 200,000 titles comprehensively described, including multimedia features, Musica aims to become the standard global database of choral repertoire (www.musicanet.org).

Discover the user-friendliness of the search in Musica, even with fancy criteria, find the detailed information on scores, the links to text, translations, pronunciation sound files, video… Full on-line interactivity allows now any composer to describe his compositions in Musica. Conceiving a program according to a given theme becomes a pleasure; and everyone can now even manage his/her own choral holdings or library inside Musica database.

Jean Sturm is the designer of Musica. In parallel as a choral director, clinician of conducting classes and workshops, and manager of choral events – such as the Europa Cantat IX Festival in Strasbourg in 1985 – Jean has an extensive computer programming experience through his professional activity as a scientific researcher. Musica is a synthesis of his various skills. In 2014 he was awarded the rank of “Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres” by the French Ministry of Culture, with special mention of the Musica project. More at http://allegro.musicanet.org/jsturm.htm 

Date:
29 July: 12:00 - 13:00