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Music-Hungry Students in Norwich

Entering their fifth year, England’s Sistema in Norwich is expanding their Teen Saturday programme to keep music-hungry students engaged after they graduate from their primary school programmes. They also sent eight players to the Sistema England Young Leaders Camp in...
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Collaborative Programs Receive Recognition in Spain

Acción Social por la Música and the Social Theater of Madrid received international recognition for the success of its joint initiatives.  The programs received the “Our Heroes Award” from the Global Gift Foundation, and earned the Culture Award from the...
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EDITORIAL: The Gang for Music

We have been thinking about all the ways Sistema programs around the world create the group identity and cohesion that make possible the social development that is their ultimate goal. The World Ensemble is particularly rich in specific examples of...
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El Sistema Serbia Continues to Grow

El Sistema Serbia has grown to include 360 students in six cities. A new program in the southern city of Vranje recently opened as a result of a community concert in which local children from Roma families, who traditionally play...
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Superar Srebrenica’s Celebration Performance

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Superar Srebrenica performed a celebration concert in April at the Youth Theater of Sarajevo as a part of the “year of culture between Austria and Bosnia 2016.”  Children traveled four hours each way to play and...
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Multicultural Orkestri Tempo

The multicultural Orkestri Tempo, a Sistema-inspired program in Finland, hosted its annual Whole World concert in April in Helsinki. This year’s concert welcomed participants from the refugees’ reception center. Syrian children of all ages participated in the concert with a...
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Music Moments in the Hangar

HANGARMUSIK is a children’s orchestra for refugee children in the former airport of Berlin Tempelhof, run by Leila Weber and Andreas Knapp. A team from Germany, Venezuela, and Syria are working regularly with children ages 6-12 from countries such as...
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