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The ISCM Virtual Collaborative Series

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made online activity more crucial than ever before by hindering numerous live events, many concerts included. Now is the right time to strengthen the online presence of contemporary music!

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Live DMA Reacts - Cultural diversity at stake

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The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is extremely harsh for the live music sector, already strained by months of adjustments and uncertainties. The precarious situation of many venues, clubs, and festivals increases day by day and hundreds of live music stages are at imminent risk of closing permanently. The diversity of the entire music ecosystem is at stake! In reaction, Live DMA calls for reinforced and equal support to local music scenes everywhere in Europe.

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Fondation Festival sur le Niger: Ségou' Art

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PFI Culture et Covid 19 : nouveau décret du 27 novembre

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Le décret n° 2020-1454 du 27 novembre prescrivant les mesures générales nécessaires pour faire face à l'épidémie de covid-19 dans le cadre de l'état d'urgence sanitaire, vient modifier, à la marge, celui du 29 octobre.

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EJN Webinars on the Covid-19 crisis announced

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After the great attendance of the previous EJN webinars last spring, we are announcing today a new series of six public live webinars that will take place online from next week until the end of 2020.

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National Music Council Thanks And Honors Music Educators Across America

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We thank the heroic efforts of the nation’s music teachers and administrators who are working tirelessly to “keep the music playing” in our schools and for our children.

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Handicap & inclusion dans les pratiques musicales

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Le handicap et l’inclusion dans les différentes formes de pratiques artistiques et pédagogiques questionnent les approches et les apprentissages, la pratique individuelle et collective, les parcours et les compétences, les dispositifs et les moyens.

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Finnish Music Council: The Corona Spring & Summer 2020 in the Music Field

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This report presents the measures, practices, and recommendations taken in the various sectors of Finland’s music field to prevent the spread of COVID 19 and due to the restrictions on gatherings established during the spring and summer of 2020. A list of sources and relevant material has been compiled at the end of this article.

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EOFed online conference

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The European Orchestra Federation (EOFed) held an online conference on 1 November with more than 30 participants from 16 countries. 19 members of EOFed were represented at the meeting, national orchestra federations, music organisations and individual orchestras. Board members and librarians of EOFed member federations, orchestra managers, conductors and festival organizers attended. Members from Germany, Switzerland, Norway, the Netherlands, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Austria, Hungary, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Liechtenstein, Ireland, United Kingdom and Italy took the opportunity to discuss many topics. It was very good for networking and finding out about the projects of each other.


In the first part of the meeting the report was presented on the survey of the music libraries of EOFed member federations. International exchange and lending of sheet music between EOFed members was discussed.


The second part of the conference focused on EOFed and its member activities. Participants were provided with information about the 12th European Orchestra Festival in 2022 in Plovdiv (Bulgaria) and other projects of EOFed. Members presented their plans and events. The conference talked about ideas on more cooperation between members and exchanging solutions to problems. It was a great chance to share ideas and projects with each other. The EOFed plans to continue online meetings with its members in the future.


European Orchestra Federation is an umbrella organisation of European youth and amateur symphony and chamber orchestra including more than 2400 orchestras with about 100 000 musicians.

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