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News - 16 Apr 2019
Spring has sprung: European folksongs now available for downloading 
Just in time for the start of spring and the Easter season, Euroradio brings you music from all over Europe for the 2019 edition of its Spring and Easter Folk Project.
News - 12 Apr 2019
A bouquet of sacred works for Euroradio Holy Week Music Day 
The Gospel accounts of Jesus’ arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane, interrogation by Pontius Pilate and crucifixion are among the most dramatic events in the entire Bible.
Press release - 08 Apr 2019
EBU and C21 announce Rose d’Or Awards partnership 
The EBU and C21Media have signed a letter of intent which will see the international publishing company and digital channels business take over the organization of the Rose d‘Or Awards. For nearly 60 years...
Speech - 01 Apr 2019
Noel Curran: Radio Days Europe Speech 
Declining trust in media – what can we do?
News - 18 Mar 2019
Young classical stars profiled by Euroradio music exchange 
Every year since 1995, the European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) has nominated a group of exceptional artists as its Rising Stars, who receive professional development support and present an engaging...
News - 06 Mar 2019
Breaking through the glass ceiling in music 
In this week celebrating the exploits of women, never let it be said that our Radio Members aren’t trying to promote female artists, conductors and composers in their programming.
Press release - 06 Mar 2019
TVP to host 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Gliwice-Silesia 
The EBU and its Polish Member Telewizja Polska (TVP) are delighted to announce that Gliwice-Silesia will be the official Host City for the 2019 Junior Eurovision Song Contest (JESC). Following Roksana...
News - 04 Feb 2019
Curtain rises on renovated Geneva Opera 
One of Europe’s premier opera houses, the Grand Théâtre of Geneva reopens on 12 February after a three-year restoration with Part I of Richard Wagner’s complete Ring cycle, Das Rheingold, with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande conducted by Georg Fritzsch.
News - 17 Jan 2019
Public Choice winners of Music Moves Europe Talent Awards revealed 
The Public Choice Winners of the inaugural Music Moves Europe Talent Awards have been revealed at ESNS 2019’s European Music Awards Night.  The awards are given out as part of the Eurosonic Festival where...
Blog - 17 Jan 2019
Eurosonic: 20 years of bringing new music to young audiences 
To mark the 20th anniversary of the EBU's involvement in the Eurosonic Festival, Ian Wilson formally of RTE, discusses how the event has evolved and how Members have embraced new digital ways to bring...