Project Support 2023-24

Signatur Foundation Sweden promotes a varied musical offering characterized by high quality and artistic renewal. We launched our support to music projects in 2018 and we are continuing to fund new, exciting music projects, developing the co-operation with our partner organisations.

Current music projects

Signatur Foundation Sweden supports several music projects aimed at contributing to the development of children, young people and adults through the art of music:

 

Empower Production at Fryshuset.

Future Musical Role Models through UTOM.

Lekquiem – 100 children dancing Mozart’s Requiem, through the association Scenit.

Make Music Matter! through Linnaeus University.

Musethica Sessions in Östergötland by Musethica Sweden.

Running for Beethoven by Fairplay Chamber Music (formerly Järna Festival Academy).

The Talent Programme at Folkoperan

Unboxing Opera by Den Andra Operan.

 

Through a donation from The Karlsson Játiva Charitable Foundation, RBU (Children and Young People with Disabilities) and Musik i Syd have since the summer of 2023 had the opportunity to collaborate further on the development of adapted and inclusive music productions in the project Adapted Music Sessions.

Through a donation from The Karlsson Játiva Charitable Foundation, the Royal Swedish Opera can in Autumn 2023 continue their work with the project The Magical House.

INCREASED ACCESS TO MUSIC EDUCATION

Signatur Foundation Sweden wants to help enhance access to music education in order to give young people valuable experiences through social and cultural engagement.

APPLICATION FOR PROJECT SUPPORT

When Signatur accepts new project proposals, you register your application here.

EMPOWER PRODUCTIONS

Empower Productions was launched in Spring 2022 with the aim to enable more young girls and non-binary young people to become involved in music production. The project is implemented in Stockholm, Got...

Future musical role models

The regeneration of wind musicians is under threat. With the support of Signatur Foundation Sweden, the UTOM think tank (UTOM stands for “Young minds for music”) has launched an initiative to strength...

Lekquiem - 100 children dancing Mozart

Life and death side by side. Signatur Foundation Sweden has granted support to the project LEKQUIEM, in which around 100 school children join 60 choir singers, four professional dancers and a symph...

Make Music Matter!

A COLLABORATION AROUND MUSIC AS FORM OF EXPRESSION In Make Music Matter! academic researchers, schools, music and tech industry representatives and the cultural sector reach out to and collaborative ...

Musethica Sessions in Östergötland

Concerts with social impact With support from Signatur Foundation Sweden, in 2023 Musethica organised about 30 chamber music concerts in schools, hospitals, prisons, daily activities and other social...

The Talent Programme

Folkoperan's newly established Talent Programme exists to develop the next generation of opera starrs, offering them professional development and creative encounters. The programme, which received sup...

Running for Beethoven

The "Running for Beethoven" race combines culture and public health in a unique way in the scenic area around Kulturhuset in Ytterjärna.  Ludwig van Beethoven's famous Fate Symphony is broadcast live ...

Unboxing Opera

Den Andra Operan (“The Other Opera”) is changing the basis of what opera can, will and may be, now and in the future, by “unboxing” the forgotten operas of female composers, bringing them out of the a...

THE MAGICAL HOUSE

The Magical House is a digital production by Young Opera for The Royal Swedish Opera’s streaming platform Opera Play.  In the programme, students and teachers go behind the scenes to discover the art ...

Adapted Music Sessions

Adapted music sessions for children and young people with disabilities started as a pilot project in autumn 2022. Through a donation from The Karlsson Játiva Charitable Foundation, the founder of t...

CRUCIAL PARTNERSHIP

”Having Signatur Foundation Sweden as a partner has been crucial to the development of Make Music Matter! as a network and organisation”

Göran Nikolausson, project manager Make Music Matter! Linnaeus University.