The MusiQuE Board is responsible for all decision-making and further development in relation to the activities of MusiQuE. It is therefore the key entity in MusiQuE’s structure, and its composition, roles and responsibilities play a critical role on the effective and appropriate functioning of MusiQuE. A detailed overview of the MusiQuE Board’s role and responsibilities can be found here. The MusiQuE Board consists of experts appointed on the basis of proposals by three organisations: the AEC, the European Music Schools Union (EMU) and Pearle*-Live Performance Europe (the Performing Arts Employers’ Associations League Europe).

There will be one vacant seat for an AEC mandated member on the MusiQuE Board from November 2016 onwards. The new Board member will be nominated for 3 years.

Candidates for the MusiQuE Board should:
•    Have a good knowledge of professional musical life and/or of higher music education, if possible at the European level
•    Be listed on the Peer-reviewers’ Register (click here to find out how to be listed on the Register)
•    Have been involved in reviewing institutions or programmes (at national or international level)
•    Not be member of AEC Council

A full overview of the application process is available here.

Candidates are asked to send their application to the MusiQuE staff by email (to by June 30th, 2016. The application should consist of a 1-page-motivation letter addressed to the AEC Council explaining the reasons why they wish to become a MusiQuE Board member, demonstrating how their profile meets the criteria and outlining their vision for MusiQuE’s development. The AEC Council will decide on the nomination of a candidate to the MusiQuE Board during its next meeting in September.

Please contact the MusiQuE staff at in case you would have further questions concerning the application procedure.