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Raising a New Generation of Musicians in Afghanistan

By Janielle Beh and Bilal Asify, Piano Faculty, Afghanistan National Institute of Music Afghanistan, a land that weaves a vibrant tapestry of cultures and peoples, continues to undergo conflict even after decades of unrest. Its people keenly feel the heartaches...
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Sangeet4All: Celebrating Multiple Musical Cultures

By Saskia Rao-de Haas, creator of the Indian cello; Founder of Sangeet4All, India’s music curriculum for young learners Sangeet4All is a music education program that connects children in India with Indian classical and folk music in a fun and meaningful...
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Unlearning Musical Bias

by Kit Young, Cofounder/Director, Gitameit Music Institute During an interview with Creative Generation in March of this year, Sebastian Ruth reminded us that “the core work needs to be within each of us…we always need to be investigating our own...
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The Pizzicato Effect

By Sylvia Hosking, Schools Program Manager for Learning, Engagement & Innovation, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra The Pizzicato Effect, the flagship community music program of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) in Melbourne, Australia, was inspired by El Sistema Venezuela. Affectionately known as...
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World Children’s Music Festival 2020 in Tokyo

by Yuriko Yagisawa, Project Coordinator, El Sistema Japan Tokyo is now in high-energy mode, with the countdown to the Summer 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games currently underway. This coming April, we at El Sistema Japan are anticipating another exciting event,...
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