News and Resources
News & Resources
Did you know that 80–90% of health outcomes are determined by health-related behaviors, socioeconomic factors, and environmental factors?
The Songs for Europe program, spearheaded by Gerald Wirth (Vienna Boys’ Choir) and funded by Creative Europe, drew to a close in September after two years of activities with partners Wirth Music Academy, Superar Slovakia, House of Good Tones Srebrenica, and El Sistema Greece.
If you’ve been following the recent protests in Iran connected to the death of Mahsa Amini, you may have seen the name of musician Shervin Hajipour.
The only podcast dedicated to music education in India—Out of the Box—has just begun its second season.
The organization TUTTI Passeurs d’Arts, which supports children in multiple areas of France in experiencing ensemble music, is expanding to add a new program in the city of Paris.
If you enjoy games that reward the sort of inventive thinking we do best, we have a doozy for you. And it’s being played on a global stage.
Today is the International Day of Peace, a UN-led initiative advocating for nonviolence, disarmament, and human rights worldwide.
Did you know that Black and Latinx musicians currently represent less than 17 percent of U.S. music faculty? The Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) is working to address this imbalance in our field, opening doors through its Future of Music Faculty Fellowship.
Everyone benefits from an international exchange of perspectives and expertise. The Nordic Culture Fund has embraced this sentiment in its new grant program, Globus, which invites artists and cultural actors from Nordic countries and abroad to come together through collaborative projects that address global issues.
The European Music Policy Exchange, the brainchild of Music Cities Network and the Center for Music Ecosystems, is hosting the first-ever music policy think tank for European cities.