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A través de redes sociales más de 3 millones 815 mil 98 personas disfrutaron de la fiesta del espíritu de forma gratuita desde sus hogares.
MPs examine what economic impact music streaming is having on artists, record labels and the sustainability of the wider music industry.
In order to increase its understanding of the music sector, the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe, supported by the EU/UNESCO Expert Facility, is deploying a short questionnaire on regular modes of music consumption in Zimbabwe.
Radio Educación, organismo de la Secretaría de Cultura del Gobierno de México, como parte de la campaña Contigo en la Distancia, se convierte en la emisora origen del Festival Internacional Cervantino (FIC), transmitiendo, del 14 al 18 de octubre, todos los conciertos que conforman la edición 48 de esta fiesta cultural.
Music for Everyone: Variations on a Theme by interdisciplinary artist Song-Ming Ang opens today at the National Museum of Singapore, following its celebrated run at the 58th Venice Biennale in 2019. Commissioned by Singapore’s National Arts Council (NAC) for the Singapore Pavilion at one of the world’s most prestigious art institutions, the Venice Biennale show returns to Singapore with a total of nine physical works for local audiences to experience for the first time, along with digital programmes and more.
Now in its sixth year, Tradition Now reflects the diversity of contemporary traditional music from Ireland and further afield. This year’s festival, presented in partnership with the Arts Council, and supported by Davy and The Department of Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht, sees an array of artists perform a relay of forty-minute sets in two marathon concerts in a unique event for livestream audiences.