Hannover has been in the UNESCO Creative Cities Network
With its inclusion in the UNESCO Creative Cities network at the end of 2014, the UNESCO Commission in Paris recognized the high level of musical diversity, excellence in musical education and the existing internationality in the city's musical life.13 Sep 2023
By becoming a member of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, Hannover has committed itself to sharing the central goals of UNESCO and to realizing them through active cooperation. In addition to international exchange and cooperation, this also includes the consistent further development of its own location in cultural and also creative economic terms.
On the one hand, the goal is to structurally strengthen Hannover as a music location and its players in order to expand Hannover's internationality, trigger innovations, intensify education and the promotion of young talent, and achieve economic synergies. On the other hand, the existing city network is to be used and enriched for the development of international partnerships, cooperations and "best practice" projects. There are currently 59 UNESCO Cities of Music worldwide.
On the initiative of the UNESCO City of Music Coordination Office in the Cultural Office of the City of Hanover, young Hanoverian bands will perform at infa to present themselves to a wide audience. Conversely, visitors to the fair will have the opportunity to experience the diverse UNESCO City of Music Hannover at first hand.
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