Communicating music

Approach of a definition

What means communicating music?

Still a generally accepted and valid definition does not exist.
Here a standpoint focusing communicating music as a subject of consideration.

+ opens possibilities that each and every one individually, independently and personally can
+ sees itself as a "lawyer" of the audience;
+ invites you to listen and enables live musical experiences to arrive at the audience intensely;
+ means: to open listening rooms, making room for manoeuvre;
+ requires no prior knowledge;
+ picks up the people where they are;
+ "translates” music into a system adapted to the audience and their experience;
+ connects to the everyday world of the audience;
+ arouses curiosity and whets the appetite for the perception of music;
+ means discovering and needs the willingness to engage in unfamiliar subjects;
+ calls and promotes all the senses;
+ makes aware of the ability of listening;
+ stands for sustainability;
+ creates an experience with a long lasting effect or echo;
+ means: make music experience detected with all your senses;
+ opens and deepens the participation in music of individuals in all its facets;
+ takes into account the cultural change through innovative formats;
+ includes an abundance of different possibilities of formats:
   e.g. moderated concert, staged concert, interactive concert, keynote speech, workshop...;
+ involves other artistic sectors (for example, drama, dance, art/painting);
+ relies on interaction and communication;
+ links to the audience and enters into dialogue;
+ does not distract, but prepares the field of possibilities;
+ is based on exchange with the audience;
+ music is the base of communicating music while addressing the audience, meanwhile the
   audience is the base while music sounds; 
+ does not explain with raised fingers, but stands for knowledge transfer at eye level;
+ combines the following terms into a coherent whole: