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IFCM eNews November 2020

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Do you know that, in this 30th anniversary year of the World Choral Day (WCD), there are four ways to participate due to the special pandemic circumstances? Whether you are planning a traditional in-person concert, a virtual concert, or a virtual choir project, you can easily take part in this year's celebration. You can even participate with one of your previous recordings as long as you insert the WCD logo and proclamation in your video.

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News from ECSA – October edition

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As the COVID-19 crisis had a disastrous impact on the livelihood of millions of creators and cultural professionals, ECSA and many other European organisations from the CCSs sent a joint letter to BUDG, ECON and CULT MEPs on Tuesday 20th October. The letter asks MEPs to support a number of amendments tabled on the draft Report on a Recovery and Resilience Facility. These amendments which are in line with the European Parliament’s recent resolution on the cultural recovery of Europe, for at least 2% of the Recovery and Resilience Facility to be earmarked for the cultural and creative sector.

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The Silk Road Symphony Orchestra - Newsletter October 2020

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Dear Friends
as we all have to learn, Corona is bringing the cultural and musical life to a near full-stop with unprecedented challenges for an entire sector. This situation also shows to us that an orchestra, just as quality itself, is only a possibility and the conditions it needs have to be created each time with many willing hands and efforts, from scratch. With this focus in mind the team of Callias Foundation is working on new cooperations and a strategy for the coming 7 years.

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Fondation Festival sur le Niger: “Le Mali, entre inquiétude et espoir”

Monsieur le Président,

Aujourd’hui, l’heure est grave et même très grave. L’histoire de notre pays est en marche.

En tant qu’acteur de la société civile culturelle, ma responsabilité citoyenne m’exige de prendre la parole pour exprimer mes inquiétudes et mes espoirs pour un Mali nouveau.

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Live DMA - Autumn 2020 Newsletter


This Autumn, Live DMA is focused on monitoring the effects of the COVID-19 crisis on the European live music sector. A sector which is deeply hit by the crisis, but still alive and full of enthusiasm, as testifies the creation of a new Portuguese live music association, Circuito.

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REMA: From a promoters’ club to an open network for the entire early music sector

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On 6 October 2020, the members of REMA, the European Early Music Network, took a historic decision to start welcoming all types of professional organisations active in the early music sector.

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EFA: EFACTS 2020/06

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The European Festivals Association (EFA) has launched "Eye-to-Eye, The Festival Quarterly" its brand new E-magazine beginning of September. Eye-To-Eye assembles a variety of voices that speak about our society, the state of the arts and reasons why the arts exist, concepts, and moments in contemporary life. Eye-to-Eye will be published every 3 months.

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REMA Newsletter October 2020

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October is off to a flying start, with REMA's General Assembly successfully taking place online on 6 October. We were delighted to see so many of our members and to present REMA's future projects.

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