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Previous Work Placement Scheme Participants

Rachel Deloughry – Scottish Music Centre
My placement at the Scottish Music Centre was eye-opening and refreshing. It was a broad, multi-genre experience, much like my professional activities to date in which I am continuously performing, teaching ...

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Kirsty Robinson - European Choral Association-Europa Cantat
Hello all, my name is Kirsty Robertson and I am a final year Bachelor of Music at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. I have just finished a one-week work placement at the European Choral Association-Europa Cantat...

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Marisia Louta - Zebrock
Passion and Inspiration is important for us to carry on that music generously can provide! and it's an honor that I was a part of the project "Make music be heard" ~ Manifesto for youth and music in Europe. I had a wonderful time with wonderful people working on one vision and doing their best to bring ...

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Maiju Kopra - Superact

I visitd the Superact office in Somerset before the European Forum on music that was held in Glasgow. I had the opportunity to shadow one of their musicians while he was playing ...

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Maryana Golovchenko - EMC
Twenty two years dedicated to music, bachelor in arts, bachelor in Public Relations in Kiev, Ukraine, master degree in Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship at Erasmus University, number of workshops and lectures in cultural management, four spheres of culture theory, creative economy, value frameworks, research and ...

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Marita Schaaser - International Music Council
It has been a great pleasure for me to have been given the opportunity to attend this work placement at the General Secretariat of the International Music Council in Paris, which was organised in the framework of ...

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Jasna Ahmetovic - Jeunesses Musicales International
Visit Belgium - check! Meet important people from the Jeunesses Musicales network - check! Be involved in musical projects - check! Learn how to produce similar projects in your own country - check! Bring new ideas to improve the musical scene in your local environment - check! Meet new people - check! Meet new friends - check! Have fun - check! Make music be heard - check!

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The Make Music! Be Heard! project is supported by the EU Youth in Action programme