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ISME: World Conference Submissions Extended

The 2022 ISME World Conference Organizing Committee invites musical groups / ensembles and multi-disciplinary groups (to include music) to submit applications to perform during the 35th ISME World Conference to be held between July 17 and 22, 2022.

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October 2021 IFCMeNEWS

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EFACTS 2021/07

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IFCM ICB October 2021

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Dear Readers,

You might be one of the lucky members of the choral world allowed to rehearse and perform live again, maybe even without social distancing. On the other hand, you might still be stuck behind your screen, trying to be patient and stay positive as you wait for better times... technology has been part of our world for decades, but some aspects of technology came as like a bull at the gate over the last 18 months! The October issue of ICB focuses on this theme, which is now a personified actor of the choral scene, with articles about virtual surreality, the history of choir recordings, the first ever choral festival on TV, music publishing and technology and much more.

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FIM Newsletter - 10/06/2021

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REMA: Newsletter October 2021

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Dear REMA friends,

We’re back... to work!
One week after REMA’s first in-person conference in many, many months, I am still buzzing with energy. We finally saw the person hiding behind the corner of a screen, forged friendships over great food, we discussed where we are and where we’d like to be, we dreamed into the future, all in the stunning spaces of Ambronay Abbey, the place where the network was born just over 20 years ago.

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2021 IASJ Research Conference

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EJN Newsletter - October / November 2021

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A great success for the European Jazz Conference 2021
On Sunday 19 September 2021 in Tallinn, Estonia, the European Jazz Conference concluded its 7th edition. One of the most complex to organise, due to many uncertainties and restrictions caused by the covid-19 pandemic, and yet one of the most rewarding and successful so far, with 220 participants from 34 countries participating in presence.

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