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February 4, 2019
February 4, 2019

We interviewed Ruud Borgers, guitarist, lead singer of ‘De Sjit’ and Mitrovica Rock School trainer from RockCity Institute about authenticity in music and keeping it real.

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Interview with Pablo Granadino, founder of Armonia Cuscatleca and MWB partner, about El Salvador and how he used his music education to start a musical education program.

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Interview with MWB trainer and hip hop artist, Manu van Kersbergen, on his recent workshop in Greece, and how he helps young people find their voice.

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With only 10 days to go until the Cello Biennale Amsterdam, we talked to Johan Dorrestein, MD about organizing the world’s largest cello festival and the ‘power of music’.

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We sat down with World Wide Music Day participant and violinist, Ryuko Reid and talked about her work with Sounds of Palestine and her upcoming concert for #WWMD2018.

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An interview with Amanda Koser-Gillespie, our trainer and music coach for our Music Bridge program in partnership with Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin (Northern Ireland).

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U.S.-based musician Jamie Dunphy will take part again this year in our annual World Wide Music Day initiative. Learn more about Jamie and what inspires his work as a musician.

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Today we would like to introduce you to a musician residing in Musicians without Borders headquarters’ city – Amsterdam. Rob Fransen is joining us for World Wide Music Day with his community music event in Hendrik Jonkerplein square.

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