Name of the project: “Medley” Youth Exchange
Date: 15th – 23rd April 2022
City/Country: Altamura, Italy
What was the main topic of the event?
Darja Mahhova – Unite children from different countries through communication through music
Jekaterina Leontjeva – Music and art
Ilkana Aliyeva – Music
Marcus Haljasoks – Music
Sofia Leppik – Music, songs
What were the biggest learning moments of the event for you?
Darja Mahhova – It was difficult to talk to guys from other countries. Many spoke their own language and could not understand much
Jekaterina Leontjeva – I learned about different countries and their cultures
Ilkana Aliyeva – When we were preparing for the concert
Marcus Haljasoks – I think the moment when I had to face my fears and perform infront of everyone.
Sofia Leppik – Cultures and songs from another countries.
Do you have any plans to continue being active in the field? If yes, what?
Darja Mahhova – I want to go on such trips and I also want to try myself as a volunteer or a group leader and travel with young people to such projects
Jekaterina Leontjeva – Yes, I want to participate in projects like this one in the future
Ilkana Aliyeva – I am planning to try new fields
Marcus Haljasoks – Yes I do. I plan to check for other opportunities to cooperate with Erasmus+.
Sofia Leppik – In music and art way.
Would you recommend it to your friends? If yes, why? If not, why not?
Darja Mahhova – I will recommend my friends to go to such projects with great pleasure. It helps to make new friends, practice the language, see new places and learn a lot of new things.
Jekaterina Leontjeva – Yes, even if you have basic English, everyone will try to understand you and also it helps you to become more self-confident
Ilkana Aliyeva – Yes, I learned new skills, such as being group leader
Marcus Haljasoks – Yes, of course. It’s a great opportunity to learn about other countries and get some amazing life experiences.
Sofia Leppik – Yes, because it is the best life experience. They can meet new people and learn more about another country.
This Project was financed by European Commission’s Erasmus + Programme