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Durante la ltima jornada del Mercado de Industrias Culturales Argentinas (MICA) 2013, organizado por la Secretara de Cultura de la Presidencia de la Nacin, en Tecnpolis, se lanz la Plataforma Argentina de Msica (PAM), un catlogo de exhibicin de la industria nacional, disponible en una aplicacin para tabletas, dispositivos mviles y web.
In today's strained environment for arts support, the funding wonderland of Norway can incite jealousy. Yes, Norway is an oil-rich country; it also allots a respectable percentage of its oil wealth to pioneering art, making it a model for exactly what well-spent money for the arts can engender.
As artsHub recently reported, music streaming is all the rage right now. It should come as no surprise, then, that Africa also wants access to its very own music streaming service, a gift which Universal and Samsung are all too happy to deliver.
A report on New Zealands Professional Orchestral Sector has been released and provides a more effective framework for supporting the delivery of high quality orchestral services.
The International Music Council (IMC) is pleased to announce the establishment of a new recognition programme: the International Music Fellow. Candidates may be nominated by any individual, group of individuals, organisation, NGO, public authority or private company, which contribute 1,000 or more to the IMC in the name of their candidate.
On the 4th of February, a new partnership which unites the national music development organisations of the UK and Ireland was launched.