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Successful 8th European Forum on Music in Oslo, Norway!

From 7 to 10 June 2018 more than 100 representatives from over 20 European countries met at the 8th edition of the European Forum on Music in Oslo, Norway.

Following the EFM the Annual Meeting of Members of the EMC took place on 10 June 2018, where a new EMC Board was elected at the EMC Annual Meeting

Ian Smith, President (UK)
Victoria Liedbergius, Vice-President (NO)
Willem van Moort, Treasurer (NL)
Eirik Birkeland (NO)
Joanna Grotkowska (PL)
Audrey Guerre (FR)
Michalis Karakatsanis (CY)
David Zsoldos (HU)

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PROJECT OF THE MONTH

12th World Symposium on Choral Music WSCM2020, 11-18 July 2020

Applications are now open for Choirs and Presenters at the 12th World Symposium on Choral Music.
In 2020, the Symposium sails to the Pacific paradise of New Zealand, and for a week in July the vibrant cosmopolitan city of Auckland becomes the choral capital of the world. Gateway to a stunningly beautiful country, with its almost infinite variety of dramatic landscapes and experiences, Auckland is also home to a multicultural blend of Māori, Europeans, Pacific Islanders, Asians and many others… and to the dynamic mix of music they enjoy and share. Over a thousand people at the last Symposium said they’d always wanted to come to New Zealand. WSCM2020 gives you the perfect excuse!

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WHAT WE STAND FOR

The 5 Music Rights

We achieve that by

  1. Activating the Music Sector
  2. Strengthening the Music Sector
  3. Connecting with and beyond the Music Sector

A new Statement!

In their Position Paper from 18 June 2018 the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts states that culture, arts and heritage must be included in and financially supported within major EU funding programmes.

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