From Monday 28 May to Saturday 2 April, the HarMA+ Intensive Programme for Students took place at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in Tallinn, gathering 18 students from all project partners’ institutions for a one-week training programme on music theory. Bachelor and Master students from music theory departments were accompanied by 16 professors from all across Europe who delivered several lectures, workshops and master classes aiming at improving the students’ skills on music theory disciplines. 

The sessions were delivered throughout 6 different methodologies, according to the teaching methods employed by the guest professors at their home institutions, strengthening the richness and dynamism of European pedagogical practices.

The intensive programme enabled the students to:

  1. learn and share knowledge on music theory with peers from other countries 
  2. practice different means of learning (including eLearning) music theory disciplines
  3. compare with peer students from other countries new methodologies

In addition, on Monday 28 March, the fourth HarMA+ Trasnational Project Meeting took place in Tallinn, gathering all project partners in a hybrid format. The agenda included a recap of the project status, the progress and development of the intellectual outputs and the mid-term evaluation report submitted by the external evaluator Suzanne Konings (Royal Conservatoire The Hague), who highlighted the smooth running of the project activities and strengthened the importance of reaching out to music theory departments in Europe.

HarMA+ is a strategic partnership funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme and coordinated by Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles. To find out more about the project partners and activities, please do not hesitate to contact us at, or visit the HarMA+ project webpage.