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The Power of the Arrangement

By Emma Oliver-Trend, Artistic Associate and Arranger-in-Residence, Orchestras for All I write as ‘Arranger-in-Residence’ for Orchestras for All—a U.K. music education charity that strives to remove the barriers that young people face in ensemble music-making by providing inclusive and accessible...
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Early Years Music in Sistema Scotland

by Jen Nicholson, Curriculum Leader Early Years, Sistema Scotland “…there is no such thing as a baby. . . . A baby cannot exist alone, but is essentially part of a relationship.” ~ Donald Winnicott, English paediatrician and psychoanalyst Winnicott’s...
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Music of Hope in Serbia: Interculturalism at Work

by Djurdja Papazoglu, Founder and Executive Director, Music Art Project, and Secretary, Sistema Europe Music Art Project (MAP) was founded in 2010 with the mission to contribute to the long-term development of society and culture in Serbia. Four years later,...
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Editorial | Competition, the Sistema Way

By Eric Booth, Co-Founder of The World Ensemble The English travel writer Pico Iyer moved to Japan 27 years ago, and his passionate hobby became playing ping-pong at a nearby club. His pleasure in the game comes from the way...
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Editorial | Athens to Texas: “We’re With You”

by Tricia Tunstall, Co-Founder and Executive Editor, The World Ensemble Over the past few months, some El Sistema activists in the United States have been mobilizing resources to launch an El Sistema program this month for immigrant children in Tornillo,...
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