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  • Apply for Masterclasses at Musica Riva Festival!

    This summer the Musica Riva Festival will organize a variety of masterclasses, which are now open for application on their website! Between 26 July and 2 August the following five masterclasses will take place in Riva del Garda in Italy, where the...
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  • AEC joins the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts

    The AEC is happy to confirm its participation as a member of the European Alliance for Culture and the Arts. This initiative was officially launched at the European Culture Forum in Brussels the 19th of April. In total, 27 European organisations f...
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  • Apply now for the International Summer Camp!

    As every year, the Popakademie Baden-Württemberg organizes its International Summer Camp! This year’s camp will take place at the Popakademie from Saturday 23d of July until Friday 29th of July 2016. The camp offers international musici...
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  • members Services

    The AEC offers a wide range of services that are of interest to higher music institutions. Please click here to find out more about our services to members.
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  • Highlighted VACANCy

    The Royal Irish Academy of Music

    PART-TIME TEACHER OF BAROQUE VIOLIN

    Professor/Teacher/Lecturer

    This position is part-time, spread over a 30 week academic year. Saturday teaching may be required. At the interview the candidate should be prepared to perform one piece from the Baroque repertoire of a maximum of 10 minutes duration and to hold a demonstration lesson.

    The holder of this post will be expected to teach Baroque Violin from junior to advanced level as well as graduate-professional level. The Royal Irish Academy of Music currently runs a Bachelor in Music Performance degree course, a Bachelor in Music Education degree course, a Masters in Music Performance course and a Doctorate in Music Performance course.
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  • STUDENT RESEARCH PROJECTS DATABASE

    This tool has been developed to help all of those working in Higher Music Education, but especially for students and teachers.
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