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UNESCO and CERDOTOLA Join Forces for the Promotion of African Cultures

On 12 April, UNESCO Director-General, Irina Bokova, and the Executive Secretary of the International Centre for Research and Documentation on African Traditions and Languages (CERDOTOLA), Charles Binan Bikoi, signed an agreement to establish stronger, formal cooperation between the two Organizations, drawing on their respective expertise in the fields of culture and the safeguarding and promotion of African languages and African heritage. Read more 

 

New Initiative Announced by NMC and MPA to Educate on Respecting Artists Rights

As part of the "Music in Our Schools Month" celebration of March, 2013, the National Music Council (NMC) and the Music Publishers Association of the United States (MPA) have announced the release of a new, innovative education tool for primary school students designed to teach respect and admiration for creators, inventors and their works.

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Bundesjazzorchester reist nach Westafrika

In seinem 25. Jubiläumsjahr startet das Bundesjazzorchester (BuJazzO) erstmalig zu einer Westafrika-Tournee. Das offizielle Jugendjazzorchester der Bundesrepublik Deutschland bereist in der Zeit vom 9. Mai bis 1.

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Irish Composer Awarded Top International Choral Prize by International Federation for Choral Music (IFCM)

Imagine the gargantuan task facing five leading international composers on the jury, working their way through 637 choral compositions from every corner of the globe, to select a First Prize in the International Federation for Choral Music's Second International Competition for Choral Composition?

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US NMC Winter Newsletter

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ECA Newsletter 02/2013

 

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ECSA Creators Conference

 

ECSA logoThe 2013 edition of ECSA's Creators Conference opened with a panel discussing freedom of speech and authors' rights. Entitled "Your Voice – Your Rights", the panelists Yekaterina Samutsevich (Pussy Riot), Alfons Karabuda (ECSA) and Ole Reitov (Freemuse) discussed key concerns of music writers, including freedom of expression and censorship in music.

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Echos de la vie musicale en Tunisie

Depuis la "Révolution Tunisienne" dont la première étincelle a éclaté le 17 décembre 2010 (pendant la première édition des Journées Musicales de Carthage) le paysage musical a changé d'aspect et d'acteurs. Plusieurs organisations professionnelles ont vu le jour, les syndicats des musiciens, des chanteurs, des compositeurs... sont à pied d'œuvre dans les grandes villes du pays. Tous se battent pour une meilleure organisation de la vie musicale, une meilleure protection des droits moraux et matériels des professionnels.

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Choral Crossroads 2013

The Cultural Movement of Limassol "Epilogi" – Jeunesses Musicales Cyprus and the Association of Hungarian Choirs and Orchestras "KÓTA" announce the call for participant choirs for the 2nd Euro-Mediterranean Youth Choral Fair "Choral Crossroads 2013 – Singing the bridges".

 

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