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The conservatories of Bologna and Seville, both Creative Cities of Music, are collaborating in an exchange programme dedicated to Baroque music. The initiative is part of AMANT (Academia de Música Antigua, Universidad de Sevilla), an education programme for young musicians organized by the Baroque Orchestra of Seville and by the University of Seville. The programme is addressed to talented students enrolled in the last two years in the Music Conservatory “Manuel Castillo” and offers a rich schedule of classes, workshops,...
The City Council of the UNESCO Creative City of Music of Seville (Spain) presented an initiative named “Seville filled with pianos” in partnership with private, public and civil society organizations including ICAS (Institute for Culture and Arts), the Association Concurs Maria Canals, the Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville, the Teatro de la Maestranza and the Fundación Jesús Serra.   On 1 October 2015, seven pianos, settled in seven iconic sites in the city centre, were at the disposal of every citizen. Professionals and...
On 31st March 2011, the four UNESCO creative cities of music (Ghent, Glasgow, Bologna and Seville) met in Seville (Spain) to discuss the UNSECO Music Days project and other collaborative actions. The event also provided an ideal opportunity to discover Seville’s local music sector.