Proyectos Europeos

“A friend listens to your adventures. A good friend shares them with you.”

Dedicado a Pedro Saragoça

The Yehudi Menuhin Foundation has had a European Projects Area since 2013, which include exchanges of good practices, in order to promote imagination, creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit and improve coexistence, motivation for learning, intercultural dialogue and european identity.

Likewise, we train teachers and artists in the acquisition of the necessary skills to internalize the MUS-E methodology. More than 1,000 artists and teachers have been involved in these years.

We leave you the links from where you can access the projects.

We highlight since 2013 the execution of the following projects:

INTERCAMBIARTE (two countries involved)

EDUCARTE (three countries)

INTEGRARTE (three countries)

ARTE PARA LA MOTIVACIÓN (seven countries)

ESCUELA DE FAMILIAS (two countries)

ARTE POR LA CONVIVENCIA (seven countries involved)







We have had 59 partner entities in 15 countries: Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Hungary, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Israel, Great Britain, Ukraine, Greece, Poland and the Czech Republic.


META (Minorities Education Through Art)

Project coordinated by the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation, with the participation of Fondazione Nazionale Carlo Collodi, the University of Florecia, the Stiftung Pfefferwerk, y ERIO European Roma Information Network.


It incorporates city councils, schools, universities and NGOs from Germany, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Belgium and Hungary. Objective to create a European space for the exchange and creation of a model that lasts over time, from a work for coexistence and from the meeting of people of different cultures of origin who live together in our cities and in educational centers.

The purpose is to develop a European model of joint intervention that strengthens the European dimension and allows the permanent implementation of educational keys to success that last over time.


Includes municipalities, schools, universities and NGOs from Italy, Spain and Hungary. Based on the experience of each organization, it is intended to create a model at a European level that lasts over time, beyond the experience or the people who incorporate it to play.

WAC promotes coexistence and the meeting of people of different cultures of origin who live in our cities and in educational centers.

The objective of the project is to combine and develop a European model of joint intervention that strengthens the European dimension and allows the permanent implementation of educational keys to success that last over time and can subsequently be implemented in other European entities.


It is a project aimed at more than 350 professionals (teachers, school management teams, pedagogical coordinators, psychologists, educators and social workers, artists and public administration technicians) from Spain, Portugal, Austria, Belgium, Hungary, Germany and the Netherlands, with an intersectoral nature and involves those responsible for different educational fields, municipal officials, regional officials, cultural associations and companies (through training artists), internship students and volunteers.


Integr-Arte is developed for 36 months, as a strategic partnership Erasmus+ of school education with the participation of 4 municipalities from three countries managed by the Spanish Service for the Internationalization of Education SEPIE, Autonomous Body, dependent on the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports. Integr-Arte wants to create a stable network of educational cooperation between the 4 European municipalities of Rome, Badajoz, Évora and Paterna, which allows the exchange of good practices and improves the professional skills of teachers who work with groups of Roma children and families (and with families of immigrant origin) at risk of exclusion.


It aims to create a NETWORK of permanent collaboration over time to improve the professional skills of teachers from the development of a socio-educational intervention methodology from art and the development of emotional intelligence, involving more than 120 educational professionals from 2 Countries actively participate in the project, exchange their experiences, train and acquire new intervention tools from non-formal education through art and emotional intelligence. The participating families are beneficiaries of the improvement of skills, learning and social cohesion to favor the overcoming of learning difficulties and behaviors in their students. It applies to more than 400 minors and their families. Lasting 30 months, it takes place in Italy and Spain, where the Foundation, Fuenlabrada City Council, CEIP Rayuela, CEIP Antonio Machado, Rey Juan Carlos University, MUS-E Italia Onlus, Comune di Fermo, ISC Fracassettti participate. Capodarco, ISC Sant’Elpidio a Mare, Conservatorio Statale di Musica GB Pergolesi, Associazione Mondo Minore Onlus.