After three years of being part of  TUNE project (Traditional music Undergraduate Network in Europe), the pôle Aliénor is organising and hosting the final intensive week of the TUNE project, set to take place in Poitiers, France, from May 13th to May 18th, 2024.

This milestone event marks the culmination of a European strategic partnership under the Erasmus+ programme, involving five institutions across Europe.

The gathering will unite students, artists, and educators from partner institutions in Greece, Estonia, Norway, Spain, and France.

The final multiplier event will kick off on May 17th with a European traditional ball in La Ferrière en Parthenay in partnership with the UPCP Métive-Maison des cultures de pays.

On May 18 “TUNE opening borders” a local, national and international event will take place in Poitiers, in partnership with the FAMDT.

The public is invited to participate in roundtables and workshops, with a special focus on welcoming aspiring musicians undergoing their foundational training. The roundtables and workshops are open to all and everyone is encouraged to participate.

With limited space available, interested individuals are encouraged to pre-book their spots via .