Alhambra Monkey Week is opening its call for participation in the Showcase Circuit. This circuit will take place as part of the festival program on November 21st, 22nd, and 23rd, 2024.

Throughout its fifteen-year history, the Alhambra Monkey Week Showcase Circuit has become an essential platform for discovering the most innovative music scenes, not only from Spain but from around the globe. Each year, over 1,200 professionals, members of the press, and musicians from Europe, Latin America, the United States, and other areas gather at Alhambra Monkey Week to build new connections, explore business opportunities, and discover emerging musical talents.

The call is open to artists with representatives, including but not limited to booking or management agencies, record labels, associations, etc. / Solo acts, bands, and DJs. / Artists from all corners of the globe.

Important details

Application deadline: 24 June 2024 

AJC has been committed to promoting the French jazz scene in Europe since its creation in 1993, seeking to create ideal conditions for its artists, by inviting professionals to discover French jazz through our program of invitations, by creating bi-national schemes between France and Great Britain, Austria, the Netherlands,…, or by supporting festivals and initiatives to promote and tour French musicians in Germany, Italy, Nordic countries, the United States,…

Today, AJC is launching a new pan-European project, Jazz With. Thanks to Jazz With, AJC will be able to support and accompany an existing but under-supported trend: artistic projects combining French and European artists. Through a European call and a selection made by AJC network members, Jazz With will support 3 already existing paneuropean formations each year in their French and European promotion strategy.

These three projects will be selected based on their artistic quality, but the jury will also consider issues such as female representation, diversity of proposals and formats, as well as promotion strategies that will have been presented in the application. The groups – from trios to sextets – must consist of musicians residing in Europe, with at least one French artist (or resident in France for several years). These projects must already have an initial existence, provide music to the jury and be able to outline an initial promotion strategy.

The selected projects will benefit from a concert (fees, transportation, accommodation, etc.) at the Rencontres AJC 2024 – December 3, 2024 – in front of a gathering of French and European professionals and a grant of 3000 euros meant to optimize tour planning and avoid one-off events. In addition, the three groups will be supported by AJC teams and network members in their research and reflections to create the necessary shared dynamic for a better dissemination in France and Europe.

Eligibility criteria

Required documents (in English)

Application deadline:  30 April 2024
Announcement of winners: mid-May 2024

Intl Jazz Platform Better Live Edition is an artistic and professional platform for improvised music artists. It is a space for creative exchange of knowledge and inspiration, as well as for meeting peers and other actors of the music sector in Europe. Intl Jazz Platform brings together representatives of the improvised music industry – students, experienced and established instrumentalists, promoters and experts. During several days in Lodz they build a network of relationships, exchange experiences, learn from each other and share music together. During this special edition of Intl Jazz Platform, we’re joining forces with Better Live project to discuss the future of our sector in the face of the climate urgency.

Information for applicants

Covered by the organizer

What do we expect in return?

Application deadline: 30 April 2024

Kullaaugu Music Residency will bring together musicians and composers with filmmakers from around the world to create music specifically for films or specific environments. The residency is located in a beautiful countryside village in South-East of Estonia, situated 30 km from Tartu. By the end of the residencies, there will be a public display of and is part of European Capital of Culture Tartu 2024 main programme.

There will be showings of finalized works, which will bring greater insight into the specifics of creating soundscapes. Additionally, workshops will be held, which are aimed towards students, in addition to general audience from Põlva and Tartu areas.

Kullaaugu Music Residency will open two monthly slots in the end of 2024.



The artists will be selected by organizers of Kullaaugu residency and representatives of following institutions: Music Estonia, Põlva Culture Centre and Tartu 2024.

Application deadline: 30 April 2024

The Fondation Fiminco is launching a call for applications for international visual artists for a 11-month creative and production residency in Romainville (Seine-Saint-Denis), from September 2024 to July 2025.

Application deadline: 24 April 2024 at midnight

The 7th edition of Jammin’Juan will take place at the Palais des Congrès in Juan-les-Pins (FR), from 6 to 8 November 2024.

The aim of the event is to promote emerging European jazz groups. Six 35-minute showcases will take place each day between 2pm and 7pm at the Palais des Congrès in Juan-les-Pins. Each day ends with a meeting between professionals. 17 showcase places are available. Jammin’Juan is a human-scale event where the emphasis is on developing exchanges and networking: there are several opportunities for informal discussions over a drink or dinner.

Applications will be accepted until 15 April 2024. Individual results will be announced by mid-June. Information on the conditions of participation here.

Please note: Your participation at Jammin’Juan may be covered by the Support for touring and dissemination of work.

Application deadline: 15 April 2024 

The year 2027 will mark the millennium of the birth in Normandy of William the Conqueror, one of the most emblematic figures in Norman history. The Bayeux tapestry tells the story of the Battle of Hastings in 1066, after which William, Duke of Normandy, became King of England.

The Normandy Region has launched a public call for tenders to select an artist or artist collective who will produce the sketch that will be reproduced in the form of a large-format contemporary tapestry. Through this sketch, the artists will give their vision of the missing scene from the Bayeux Tapestry, that of William’s coronation at Westminster Abbey in London on 25 December 1066. The Mobilier national will provide artistic, scientific and technical support to the Normandy Region for this creation. The work created for the Millennium of William the Conqueror’s birth year will eventually be entrusted to a Normandy cultural institution open to the general public.

Application deadline: 17 April 2024 


Since 2021, the CNM has organised over 30 international songwriting camps, bringing together over 350 songwriters from France and across the world, and connecting more than 300 French and international publishers, leading to multiple international releases generating tens of millions of streams on international DSPs.

Following the success of the 2023 writing camp at the Artistic Palace in Paris, the CNM is organising a writing camp from Monday 10 June to Friday 14 June, where 6 French and 6 international songwriters will meet at Limusic Studios in Limoux, spending 5 days together to create new songs and collaborations, with the aim of having commercial releases in the following months, and making lasting international collaborations between music professionals and songwriters.

The musical genres that the participants will be working around, will be ‘international pop’ in a large sense, with influences from rap and r&b, hyper-pop, electronic, rock and beyond.

On Friday 14 June, a listening session will be organised in the studios, in the presence of a member of each songwriter’s team, to create a network between French and international professionals.

Application deadline: April 5, 2024

In today’s digital-centric musical landscape, understanding the intricacies of promotion and audience engagement is paramount. Our workshop, under the guidance of expert Géraldine Zanaska, is tailored to arm musicians with the insights they need to flourish in 2024.

You’ll embark on a journey into brand development, delving deep into the essence of your musical identity. Here, you’ll work to crystallise your unique message, image, and brand. With this foundation, the workshop transitions into helping participants strategize with precision and plan ahead, determining key milestones for the upcoming months and the best channels to showcase their artistry.

Workshop Highlights:

By the end of this hands-on, interactive workshop, participants will:

Due to the interactive nature of this workshop, places are limited to 16. 

Following the second call for a Luxembourg Selection at the festival OFF d’Avignon in 2022 and the creation of new support for Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2023, Kultur | lx would like to invite producers from Luxembourg to make strategic proposals to stage shows at one of these festivals in 2025.
Significant investment is required to participate in these festivals, requiring clearly defined objectives and expected outcomes.

Objectives for producers from Luxembourg:

Objectives for Kultur | lx :

Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg is therefore now opening a second call for expression of interest in the 2025 Luxembourg Selection for the Avignon OFF and Edinburgh Festival Fringe. These two events are high-profile strategic professional platforms for networking with a view to distributing creations from Luxembourg and supporting the career development of performing arts professionals.

Kultur | lx backing includes financial support for the distribution of shows and a prospecting programme.

The deadline for submitting applications is midnight on Sunday 1 September 2024.