The world's largest offer of live music
We know music is central to your radio programming so you have easy access to first-class music and events through our Music Exchange.
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With around 3,000 concerts by both leading and emerging artists shared every year, this is the world’s largest offer of live music. Covering all genres from classical and opera to folk, jazz, world, rock, pop and dance, we provide access to prestigious concerts and performances from venues across the globe to enrich the diversity and quality of your music offer.
Members request around 20,000 programmes from the Music Exchange every year, making it a cost-effective way of sharing the world’s best music with your audiences. Performances range from the BBC Proms and the New York Metropolitan Opera to Coldplay and Radiohead. We also organize several major music events and festivals every year, in conjunction with our Members, including Eurosonic and the Euroradio Folk Festival.
The Euroradio Music Exchange is a proud partner of Keychange, an international gender equality campaign which invests in emerging talent whilst encouraging music organisations to sign up to a gender balance pledge.
French-American composer Betsy Jolas (born 1926) was commissioned to write a new work – “Ces belles années”...
The 2023 edition of the Euroradio Jazz Orchestra will gather together 18 young musicians from all over...
Beninese singer and songwriter Angélique Kidjo is impossible to miss – she is an absolute global star...
The Euroradio Season is made up of series of predominantly live concerts and operas that are offered by Members, Associates and Approved Participants, curated by experts from within the EBU community, and broadcast each year from mid-September to mid-June.
On Saturday 23 September 2023, the day of the Autumnal Equinox, over 25 EBU radio channels in Europe will dedicate a special part of their radio programming to mark the first-ever European Folk Day – a day created by the European Folk Network to demonstrate the existence of a critical mass of people all over Europe, involved, in one way or another, in the traditional performing arts.
Watch our series of online sessions aimed at the EBU Music community. We discuss radio and music challenges related to live-recorded music and radio production.