Signatur interacts with music organisations in the U.K.
Collaboration with music organisations
Signatur Foundation Sweden is indebted to all its cooperation partners who every day do amazing work in local communities across Sweden and elsewhere. Believing in the need to pull together, we are always keen to get to know and share experiences with new potential partners and music organisations.
Current Partner Organisations
Links to partners and music organisations in Sweden whom we currently work:
Dream Orchestra https://dreamorchestra.se/
Gotland School of Music Composition, Folk University https://www.folkuniversitetet.se/vara-skolor/estetiska-skolor/gotlands-tonsattarskola/in-english/
Gränslandet, Symphonic Festival at Trädgården https://www.symfoniskfest.se/
Help Ukraine Gothenburg https://www.helpukrainegbg.se/
Linnaeus University, Make Music Matter! https://lnu.se/en/meet-linnaeus-university/conferences/make-music-matter/
Musikaliska akademien Unga tankar om musik http://www.ungatankarommusik.se/
The Royal Swedish Opera www.operan.se
Links to partners in the United Kingdom with whom our founder KJCF currently works:
Awards for Young Musicians – https://www.a-y-m.org.uk/
Royal Academy of Music – https://www.ram.ac.uk/study/departments/junior-academy/junior-academy-musical-theatre
Aurora Orchestra https://www.auroraorchestra.
London Music Fund https://www.londonmusicfund.org/partnerships
Music Masters https://musicmasters.org.uk/
Music of Life – http://musicoflife.org.uk
Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice https://www.noahsarkhospice.
ORA Singers https://www.orasingers.co.uk/
The Music Works – https://www.themusicworks.org.uk
Southbank Centre https://www.southbankcentre.
We see a great opportunity for developing collaboration with international partners, not least through exchanges with other organisations supported by Signatur’s founder in the United Kingdom, such as The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and Music Masters. They pursue well-designed educational programs attracting students from a wide range of backgrounds in innovative projects for the benefit of both the young people’s music development and for the widening of public interest in music.
We would like to see that our partners and network in Sweden can find inspiration and mutual benefit from cooperation with our British partners. Through this, Signatur can contribute to increased global collaboration for the benefit of young people’s education and continued music interest. An increased need for collaboration with international partners creates new opportunities and sharing of successful working methods, educational work with proven results and contributes to increased understanding of cultural life. We see many opportunities in increased collaboration, more international partners, teacher exchanges, workshops, seminars and the like. Signatur aspires to be an agent to create a network with music organisations internationally to shape a creative collaborative process.