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IMC Youth Elections 2013

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IMC Youth will be holding elections at the upcoming 5th World Forum on Music in Brisbane, Australia, in November 2013.

This is a perfect opportunity for IMC members to nominate a youth delegate as a candidate for the election.

Nominees:

NAME

NATIONALITY

AGE

NOMINATING MEMBER

Vote*

         

Jesse Boere

Netherlands

23

European Choral Association – Europa Cantat

 

Caio Higginson

Welsh

26

Tŷ Cerdd - Music Centre Walesqeheth

 
Petra Lechtova

 

Slovakia

27

Austrian Music Council

 
Jaroslova Lojdovà

Czech Republic

29

European Association for Music in Schools

 

Lucas Mattioni

Argentina

26

Consejo Argentino de la Musica

 

Paolo Petrocelli

Italy

29

EMMA For Peace

 

Fatma Racha Shehadeh

Lebanon

19

Arab Music Council

 

Michael Sollis

Australia

28

Music Council of Australia

 

 

Our principles

Rights.

IMC's mission and objectives honour human and cultural rights as enunciated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in other relevant international covenants propagated by the United Nations, UNESCO and equivalent organisations.

 

Equality.

In devising its actions, IMC gives equal value and respect to all musical cultures of the world.

 

Respect.

IMC's international cooperation is based on mutual tolerance, respect and dialogue.

 

Comprehensiveness.

As a non-governmental, non-profit organisation, IMC is independent of any individual political ideology and supports the vibrancy of music and musical life in all its aspects – artistic, economic and societal – without prejudice or partiality.

IMC Youth Committee

IMC Youth Comittee 2013 - 2014

 

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 Jesse Boere, Chairman (Netherlands – European Choral Association Europa Cantat)  

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Fatma Racha Shehadeh, Vice Chair (Lebanon – Arab Academy of Music)   

Caio Higginson

Caio Higginson (United Kingdom - IAMIC)  

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Petra Lechtova (Slovakia – Austrian Music Council)

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Lucas Mattioni (Argentina – Music Council of Argentina)  

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Paolo Petrocelli (Italy – EMMA for Peace)

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Michael Sollis (Australia – Music Council of Australia)

 

 

 

Join IMC Youth

If you would like to work with people under 30 across the world, assisting in collaborative activities and advocacy that meet the goals and priorities of IMC Youth, then you should consider joining IMC Youth. Joining IMC Youth provides opportunities of participating in working groups, networking, and forums through the International Music Council.

 

Last election were held during the 35th IMC General Assembly in Brisbane, 24-25 November 2013.

 

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Music Council for Asia-Oceania

History

In October 2010, the first meeting of a working group to establish a regional music council in Asia/Oceania was held at Gulangyu Island, Xiamen, China, generously hosted by the Chinese Musicians Association.  Representation from North, East, South and South-East Asia and Australia, discussed the potential of a regional music council, and decided to meet again in February 2011 to consider proposals for the establishment of the regional council.
The second meeting of the steering group was held in Davao, Philippines at the time of the Third International Rondalla Festival, hosted by the Festival and the City of Davao. The Secretary-General of the IMC attended the meeting, and assisted with discussions regarding the establishment of a regional council of the IMC. Professor Xie JiaXing from the IMC Board also attended. The meeting confirmed intention to establish a the Music Council of Asia and Oceania (MCAO), and resolved to call the inaugural meeting of the Council at Tallinn in September 2011, coinciding with the IMC 4th World Forum on Music and the IMC General Assembly.

Inaugural meeting

The inaugural meeting of the MCAO attracted much attention, with attendance from a wide range of countries in the Asia-Oceania regions, and interest expressed from a number of delegates unable to attend because of visa restrictions.

The meeting elected Professor Gary McPherson (ISME, Australia), Professor Wang YaoHua (APSE, China), Ms Julie Sperring (SOUNZ, New Zealand), Dr Suvarnalata Rao (NCPA, India) and Dr Helen Lancaster (MCA, Australia) to the Board. Subsequent to the inaugural meeting, the Board met for the first time and co-opted Mr Michael Sollis (MCA, Australia) as the youth representative on the Board. The Board also elected the founding Executive: President: Dr Helen Lancaster; Vice-President: Professor Wang YaoHua; Secretary: Ms Julie Sperring.

 

First regional Assembly (2012)

The Board is yet to decide on the country in which the MCAO will be constituted, and make such application; it will also arrange for promotion of membership benefits and encourage new member applications before the first Regional Assembly in 2012.


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