Music the artform and artists

The origins of South African music

The story of South African music is one of dialogue with imported forms, and varying degrees of hybridisation over the years.

Brand South Africa

Le Field Recording

Rencontre avec quelques grands noms du "Field Recording". Ces artistes nous ouvrent leur univers pour un voyage à travers des "Paysages Sonores"

France Musique

Listen, Vote, Win

Listen, Vote, Win is an unique intiative that allows you to listen to the works presented at the last International Rostrum of Composers. These works are the most fresh compositions in the contemporary music world, they come from all over the world and you will not find them elsewhere!

Rostrum+

IMC Member of Honour Leo Brouwer receives recognition

The prestigious Cuban guitarist, composer and orchestra conductor Leo Brouwer will be honored on September 12 with the title of Honorary Professor of the Argentine University Tres de Febrero where he will offer an open talk.

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Does Leonard Bernstein have any heirs?

Composer, conductor, activist, teacher, rule-breaker, American icon: Leonard Bernstein was a towering figure for the many American musicians who came in his turbulent wake. And yet, he was not an intimidating one.

The Washington Post

Pioneering Italian Women in Electronic Music

Together with France, Germany and England, Italy has been one of the most influential European countries involved in the development of early electronic music.

Red Bull Music Academy

La musique populaire en Érythrée

Les années 1960 marquent le début de la musique populaire érythréenne. La scène musicale explose avec l'arrivée de Kagnew Station, la radio de l'armée américaine installée dans la capitale Asmara, qui diffuse de la musique américaine.

Music in Africa

'Hello Asia, Sydney calling': Eurovision Asia officially on its way

The European Broadcasting Union, which produces the Eurovision Song Contest, launched an official website and media campaign announcing the coming event.

The Sydney Morning Herald

Duke Ellington, Bill Evans, and One Night in New York City

Since the nineteen-sixties, there have not been jazz musicians as artistically significant and generally popular as Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, or Bill Evans. Today, jazz music is a miscellaneous collection of wide-ranging and disputed genres that stands to the side of American culture.

The New Yorker


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