Music for Museums is a small organisation which aims to create the perfect soundtrack for your museum exhibition, gallery or cultural space. Music can greatly enhance the visual experience by adding a sense of place and time, and a subtle atmosphere of adventure, intimacy or meditation.

 

  Tatiana Rucinska is particularly interested in providing music for museums and galleries that focus on traditional and folk culture. She puts together a repertoire that is tailored to suit the specific exhibition her client is putting on. The music playlist is provided in a high quality digital format and is fully licensed for public usage. The duration depends on the size of the exhibition.

 

  Whether it's West African ritual masks, ancient Chinese art, statuettes of Indian Hindu gods, Native American traditional dress or the history of the Sami people, Tatiana can create the perfect soundtrack to accompany your exhibition.

 

  Tatiana’s knowledge of music is wide-ranging and includes mainstream and non-mainstream styles; popular, folk and traditional music from around the world; and experimental music. She has been working in the fields of music, broadcasting and publishing for over 18 years, including Sveriges Radio, Songlines magazine, BBC London, Union Square Music, Evening Standard, Nascente/Demon Music Group and World Music Network. As part of Music for Museums, she works closely with artists and record labels from around the world.

 

Please email info@djaicha.com to discuss your music requirements.

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