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Landesmusikakademie NRW Training
19-23 November, 2018 // Heek, Germany

This training has been developed for musicians and music pedagogues from all cultural backgrounds who wish to increase their ability to work towards the social inclusion of refugees and migrants, specific to the German context. more info >

Training dates: November 19-23, 2018

Location: Heek, Germany

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Cost: €98 for students up to 25 years /€138 for adults

*Accommodation in double rooms, extra charge for single rooms:€15/night. Thanks to the support of the Ministry for Culture of North Rhine Westfalia, participants only have to pay for accommodation and board.

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Saturday, 24 November, 2018 // Nieuwe Uilenburgerstraat 116, 1011 LX, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Emi celebrates her birthday with a Violin/Piano Recital
Emi celebrates unity for her birthday!

“..Enjoying the differences and appreciating what binds us.
Languages, cuisine,... more info >

Benefit Concert for Musicians Without Borders
Sunday, 9 December, 2018 // Begijnhof 48, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Training of Workshop Leaders
24-27 February, 2019 // Akoesticum, Ede, the Netherlands

Musicians Without Borders invites applications from interested individuals and organizations to our advanced training program. more info >

Training dates: February 24-27, 2019

Location: Akoesticum (Ede, the Netherlands)

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Cost: 795 euro (including training fees, material costs and room and board). Participants must cover their own travel expenses.

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

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Thursday, 20 June, 2019 // Harambe Avenue, NAIROBI, Kenya

Lit In Africa(L.I.A).L.I.A in this case is used as a paradox since it is a Swahili word for "cry" and will be an event that partly represents the starving artists silent tears(weighing him/her down from... more info >