IMC Executive Board

newslogo.jpgParis, November 6, 2007.
Welcome the new Executive Board of the International Music Council - consult list


The Executive Board is elected every 2 years by the General Assembly; however only one third is elected at once. Elected Board members serve a six-year term. The President is elected directly by the General Assembly and serves a 2-year term renewable once. Between General Assemblies, the Executive Board takes all decisions necessary on behalf of the Council and ensures the implementation of all other decisions of the General Assembly. Moreover, The Executive Board admits members and submits to the General Assembly a report of the Council's work and its financial position.


Richard Letts (Australia)
Executive Director of the Music Council of Australia


Beata Schanda (Hungary)
Executive Vice-President
Artistic Secretary, Hungarian Dance Academy
Past Chairperson of the European Music Council

Felipe de Leon Jr (Philippines)
Professor of Art Studies at the University of the Philippines
Commissioner, Head of the Subcommission for the Arts of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts

Peter Rantasa (Austria)
Director, Music Information Centre Austria


Lars Grunth (Denmark)
Musician and conductor


Valentina Frenot-Diaz (Paraguay)
President of the Paraguayan Music Council

Sonja Greiner (Germany)
Secretary General, Europa Cantat

Liane Hentschke (Brazil)
President, International Society for Music Education

Timo Klemettinen (Finland)
Managing Director, Association of Finnish Music Schools
Secretary General, Finnish Music Council

Gary Ingle (USA)

Lupwishi Mbuyamba (DR of Congo)
Executive Director, Observatory of Cultural Policies in Africa
President of the International Federation for Choral Music

Victor Sahab (Lebanon)

Ex officio members

Timo Klemettinen (Finland)
Chairperson of the European Music Council

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