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The Busiest Spot on the Sistema Globe

We just passed the darkest part of the Sistema world year in the Southern Hemisphere and the lightest part of the year in the North—do you know what the BUSIEST place in the Sistema world is all year long?  It’s...
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Invitation from Orquestra Geração

Orquestra Geração (Sistema Portugal) will celebrate its 10th anniversary by inviting other Sistema Europe programs to join a two-day gathering in Lisbon to understand their decade of learning and explore insights from other programs and leaders around the world.  The...
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Making the Case for Sistema at TEDxLuxembourgCity

Patricia Abdelnour, the Director of  Fundación Acción Social por la Música (Social Action for Music) in Madrid, Spain, recently gave a strong TED talk at TEDxLuxembourg City.  It lays out a strong case for Sistema programs with a global view of their...
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Superar Srebrenica Bosnia: Filming Student “Voice”

If “student voice” could be captured in a fairy tale on film, here is one way it might look. Sistema programs in many countries are exploring ways to increase “student voice” in order to intensify students’ motivation and social development.  A program in...
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Remembering Maestro Abreu

In memoriam: José Antonio Abreu May 7, 1939 – March 24, 2018 by Tricia Tunstall, Executive Editor We at The World Ensemble share the deep sadness of so many thousands at the death of Maestro Abreu, whose brilliant vision, boundless energy...
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Proven – musicians ARE smarter! 

Well…maybe in two ways, at least.  Working memory is the capacity to hold onto information even as you are processing it—to consider how it confirms, contradicts, and adjusts your previous knowledge.  This is essential to being a good learner.  Short-term...
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