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With one week left until World Wide Music Day, we would like to introduce you to our local supporter, friend, and opera singer Brigitte van Hagen, who is collaborating with us on organizing and performing at our Amsterdam-based event ‘Friends For Musicians’, on June 21st in Splendor. 

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Singer and songwriter Greg Genre, based in Newcastle upon Tyne (UK), is dedicating his single release, “Realigion”, to World Wide Music Day on June 21.

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This week’s interview features Marie-Claire from Utrecht, the Netherlands, who is dedicating her final violin exam to World Wide Music Day on June 21st.

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This week we are meeting Jamie Dunphy, who is a musician and an educator, an activist, the member of jazz group Mill City Trio and supporter of Musicians without Borders.

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Tracy is joining us for World Wide Music Day with her online Music Lessons Anywhere Playathon – a continuous music stream, produced by Music Lessons Anywhere teachers and students from all over the globe.

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This week we are talking to singer – songwriter Colette O’Connor, who is joining us for World Wide Music Day this year from Dennis Port, Massachusetts (U.S.). Read along to find out more about Colette and World Wide Music Day!

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This week, we are debuting our interview series with musicians participating in our World Wide Music Day initiative. The interview features Philip Feinstein, who is the founder of Music for Refugees, as well as a musician, composer and music teacher.

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