Last week, the winners of this year’s European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards – the most important European award in the field of cultural heritage – were announced. The education and awareness-raising section also included representatives from the Czech Republic.
The award went to the CESNET Association and HAMU technology, which allows musicians from all over the world to play with a delay of just a few milliseconds. This brings new possibilities for classical music in the field of promotion, collaboration, or education – simplifying collaboration across countries between musicians, teachers, and students; new models of cultural exchange or remote sensing.
A list of all winners and more information about this year’s announcement can be found here.