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ECSA: Winners of the Camille Awards 2018

ECSA logo“The Camille Awards have been an unforgettable event. Almost as if taking part in a glamorous film, only not with not one, but many brilliant film-music composers.”

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Live DMA Autumn 2018 News

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A powerful cooperation network that works to support European live music venues, clubs, and festivals & a space where live music professionals connect, exchange, and learn from each other.

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EMCY Newsletter - October 2018

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Dear EMCY readers,

The EMCY network is moving on and stays ever young. 28 youth music competitions and partners from 18 countries attended the INTER-NATIONAL net_works+ Conference and 31st EMCY General Assembly in Luxembourg from 29th June to 1st July 2018. This event was an initiative under the patronage of Mr Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission. It is great to see that new managers join the competitions, our network can profit from our experience but also from new ideas and views.

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PFI: Lettre d'info n°91


Lettre d'info n°91 - 3 octobre 2018


IMZ: This was the IMZ academy “going live"

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This IMZ Academy examined the phenomenon of "live" from strategic, editorial, artistic, practical and technological perspectives and took place from 20-21 September in the course of the International Television Festival Golden Prague.

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Estonian Music council: Music Awards held at Tallinn Airport on International Music Day


The Music Endowment of the Cultural Endowment of Estonia and the Estonian Music Council marked International Music Day on 1 October with the 11th Music Awards gala held at Tallinn Airport.

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CIDIM News October 2018

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REMA Newsletter - October 2018

rema logoDear REMA friends,

Our upcoming conference will start in a few days in Versailles and we are delighted to welcome our numerous participants! We prepared a rich and varied program, and some surprises for REMA's 18th Birthday!

The main highlights of the program will be shared through our social networks, and conference photos will be updated daily on our instagram account.

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Concerto Málaga nominated for grammy awards

Concerto Málaga, spanish string orchestra of the Hispania Musica Foundation, member of IMC, has been nominated for grammy awards.

José Serebrier and the Concerto Málaga Spanish String Orchestra's Serebrier Conducts Granados recording has been nominated for a 2018 Latin GRAMMY® Award for Best Classical Album!


Dr. Gil de Gálvez, leader of Concerto Málaga

This delightful disc of Spanish music arranged for strings and celebrating the 150th anniversary of Enrique Granados, was recorded by legendary conductor José Serebrier and Concerto Málaga String Orchestra founded in 1996. The orchestra is now one of the foremost ensembles in Spain, best known for its dedicated research into string repertoire ranging from the 17th century onwards, is his leader the violinist Gil de Gálvez. Their recording pays tribute to one of Spain’s most important composers, Enrique Granados and also includes works by Granados’s contemporaries and successors who played active roles in promoting Barcelona’s and Madrid’s musical life in the middle of the 19th century. Over a century after his tragic death, Granados’s music continues to entertain and inspire performers and listeners the world over. He spent his entire life in Barcelona and contributed to its musical life as a pianist, composer, teacher, conductor, and concert organiser. He was thus not only a true champion of Spanish music but he was also a leading figure in the Catalan movement known as modernisme which was on display in much of Barcelona’s architecture from around 1900.

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Concerto Málaga, Spanish String Orchestra

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