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EJN Newsletter - February / March 2022

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The EMCY Beat! - January 2022 issue

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Dear EMCY readers,

2021 has been a very challenging year for the whole world. The COVID-19 pandemic has definitely disrupted education, to such an extent that we all needed to constantly adapt, to keep up with the digital revolution. New environmental disasters have stricken many parts of the planet, emphasizing the importance for governments to take serious actions into a green transition; social inclusion has proven to be a crucial aspect to guarantee a more stable, safe and just society for all.

Drawing the right insights from the world crisis is therefore key and we believe that EMCY projects can be a fundamental pillar in this process. For this reason at the beginning of the year we invite you to closely check out our work to help us grow stronger in 2022.

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CIDIM : Newsletter February 2022

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News from ECSA - January edition

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US National Music Council Newsletter Winter 2022

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As we are excited to welcome the new year, we must reflect on the past two years and the impact they had on music. 2020 saw the shutdown of music performance, education,and a change in how we approach intellectual property in the United States and throughout the world.

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IMZ Consumer News January 2022

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IFCM ICB January 2022

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As a new year has barely started, we hope you all enjoyed a happy holiday season, maybe spending time with the people you love despite of the global health situation. These days, we all think of the people around us, close or far. The ICB chose this period to focus on the inclusion of everyone into the choral life. Discover inspiring articles about musical projects in prisons, transgender voice and how to offer a respectful non-binary atmosphere to the rehearsals, the very emotional experiences of "Music on Troubled Grounds" as well as multicultural dimensions in a choir's life.

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IFCMeNEWS January 2022

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Our deepest gratitude goes to our IFCMeNEWS Translators who made it possible for a lot of us to read this enews in our own language: Lore Auerback (German), Anna Bobrikova and her team (Russian), Jacob Chang (Korean), Nadine Robin (French), Shuhei Sanada, Tomoko Yokoyama and Hikaru Tomioka (Japanese), Ariel Vertzman (Spanish), Vienna Gu (Chinese), with a special thought for Carlo Leonardi (Italian) who left us last year. Thanks to all of them and to you who read the IFCMeNEWS!

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