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For Vietnamese artists
Call for application

For cooperation with Germany and other countries in the SAN region (Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand)

In Hanoi

Symposium: Antigone © Goethe-Institut Hanoi

Fri, 23.04.2021, 1 pm. - 9:30 pm.
Symposium: Antigone

Venue | GOETHE-INSTITUT HANOI, 56-58-60 Nguyen-Thai-Hoc-Str, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Participation by invitation

Symposium: Antigone © Goethe-Institut Hanoi

Sat, 24.04.2021, 2 pm. - 9:30 pm.
Symposium: Antigone

Venue | GOETHE-INSTITUT HANOI, 56-58-60 Nguyen-Thai-Hoc-Str, Ba Dinh, Hanoi

Hanoi Brass Week © Goethe-Institut Hanoi

Application deadline | 23.04.2021
Hanoi Brass Week

The Hanoi Brass Community has existed since 2020. Brass players from different countries who live in Hanoi have come together to practice and give concerts. 
In May 2021, the Hanoi Brass Community is offering a one-week master class for brass players with musicians from Hanoi and Germany. Anyone who is seriously interested in learning with others, who is looking for inspiration, is looking for an exchange with colleagues, is keen on learning new techniques - can register now.

In Germany and the SAN region (Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand)

Virtuelle Partner-Residenzen Photo: GettyImages

Application deadline | 31.07.2021
Virtual partner residencies

In reaction to the resulting changes in working conditions in the music scene, the Goethe-Institut has created this virtual residency programme with a view to maintaining and reinforcing international exchange and collaboration. Funding for virtual partner residencies is now available to arrange for international musical collaboration projects.

International Relief Fund

Internationaler Hilfsfonds 983 Grafik © Katja Römer In 2020, the Federal Foreign Office and the Goethe-Institut initiated an International Relief Fund in response to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on cultural organisations abroad. With the support of other intermediary organisations, the relief fund was able to contribute to maintaining cultural partner’s structures abroad and at the same time to strengthen social diversity and local cultural life.  

About the International Relief Fund
Application for the International Relief Fund