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Mitrovica Rock School band Proximity Mine opened the 16th North City Jazz and Blues Festival, becoming the first ethnically mixed Rock School band to play publicly in Mitrovica.

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Longtime Mitrovica Rock School member Jelena Zafirovic has been the front woman and lead song writer of two ethnically mixed bands, Sublime 6 and Rootless. She is now working on her first solo album, Melancholia. We asked Jelena about life as a musician in Mitrovica and what inspired the album.

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This year in Rwanda we started a four week training in partnership with WE-Actx for Hope, Ready for Reading and SACCK.

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On April 14, ethnically mixed Mitrovica Rock School band Proximity Mine performed for hundreds of soldiers on a truck stage at a benefit march and concert. The proceeds of the event will go to a public address system needed for school concerts.

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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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For ethnically mixed Mitrovica Rock School band Morana, lyrics are central. Lyric writer Luka explains how his songs center around the theme of comfort.

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On March 15, mixed Mitrovica Rock School band Proximity Mine gave their first public feature performance at leading rock club Rockuzine, to promote their music video and upcoming album

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Students of our Mitrovica Rock School self-funded street art by celebrated artist Endo to bring their building to life.

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