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Minister for European Affairs and Foreign Trade Alexander Stubb and Minister of Culture and Sport Paavo Arhinmki will attend Midem in Cannes to help develop Finnish music exports.
A year since the launch of Arts Council England’s Take it away loan scheme – designed to make musicianship more affordable for all – over £5.4 million worth of instruments have been bought.
A new €350,000 funding purchase scheme, The Music Capital Scheme, funded by The Arts Council in association with The IRMA Trust, provides support for the purchase of musical instruments. It targets highly-skilled performing artists, non-professional performing groups and those working in youth or community organisations.
Children living on England's poorest estates will be provided with musical instruments and taught for free how to perform works by composers such as Bach and Beethoven.
The Music Council of Australia today launched the inaugural National Instrument Bank.
The Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport recently received a donation of 16 musical and wind instruments from Food for the Poor (Guyana) Inc. to assist with the formation of a band for Carifesta.