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Join the conversation with Koji Matsunobu
20.11.2017 | News
Why world music, again?
There is a recurrent need for teaching world music in the East Asian context, says Koji Matsunobu.
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Petri Aarnio
20.11.2017 | News
Report from the 3rd Biennial Finnish National Conference of Music Education
Petri Aarnio, President of FISME (Finland) reports about their conference and how it succeeds through the co-operation of all actors...
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Magali Kleber
30.10.2017 | News
Report from the 11th ISME Latin America Regional Conference
Report from the 11th ISME Latin America conference from Magali Kleber
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30.10.2017 | News
Report from CMA: the Community Music Activity Commission
Community Music Activity Commission: invitation to attend the pre-conference seminar in Tbilisi, Georgia
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Patrick Schmidt
30.10.2017 | News
The Music Educator and Policy: Bystander or Participant?
Policy permeates the deepest recesses of civil society. What role do music educators have in being part of its development?
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Pre conference seminars call for presenters extended to 15 December
15.10.2017 | News
Pre-conference seminars lead up to the 33rd World Conference
ISME Pre-Conference Seminars 2018
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Gregory Brown
04.10.2017 | News
ISME to receive donation from Gregory Brown
Donation is from sales of a special edition musical work composed by Gregory Brown that inspired the new book from...
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Susan O'Neill is the new president elect of ISME
30.09.2017 | News
Global Music Education: Connectedness Through Music and Community
Susan O'Neill, ISME President Elect, considers how music educators might promote open-mindedness, unity, respect, cultural diversity and human rights.
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Pamela Pike
22.09.2017 | News
Report from CEPROM: Education of the Professional Musician
Pamela Pike, Chair of CEPROM, outlines the commission's activities and discusses the pre-conference seminar for 2018.
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