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music centre


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music centre

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Centre for American Music

International Music Centre

British Music Information Centre

International Association of Music Information Centres

Sectional Tonality and Sectional Centricity in Rock Music

How many Music Centres are in the Brain?

International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres

MOORE, Gillian (born 1959), Head of Classical Music, Southbank Centre, since 2011

SARGENT, (Donald) Anthony (born 1949), General Director, Sage Gateshead (formerly Music Centre Gateshead) and North Music Trust, 2000–15

Review: Music Librarianship in the United Kingdom: Fifty Years of the United Kingdom Branch of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres

HARPER, John Martin (born 1947), Director, International Centre for Sacred Music Studies, Bangor University, 2008–14, now Emeritus; Honorary Professor of Liturgy and Music, University of Birmingham, since 2014

ZUKERMAN, Pinchas (born 1948), conductor, concert violinist and violist; Music Director, National Arts Centre Orchestra, Canada, since 1999

DWESAR, Sandeep (born 1960), Chief Operating and Financial Officer, Barbican Centre and Guildhall School of Music and Drama, since 2010 (Finance Director, 2007–10)

FREEDMAN, Amelia (born 1940), Artistic Director and Founder, Nash Ensemble, since 1964; Head of Classical Music, South Bank Centre, 1995–2006

Philip V. Bohlman, The World Centre for Jewish Music in Palestine, 1936–1940. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992. 297 pp.

EVANS, Edwin (1874 - 1945), musical critic (Daily Mail since 1933, Liverpool Post, Time and Tide); Programme Annotator, Lecturer, etc.; President International Society for Contemporary Music, and Chairman its British Section, the London Contemporary Music Centre

ALSOP, Marin (born 1956), conductor; Music Director: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, since 2007; São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, since 2013 (Chief Conductor, 2012–13); Artist in Residence, Southbank Centre, since 2011

 

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Really a place, e.g. a hall, on which mus. activity is centred, but the term has been appropriated by commerce for piece of equipment in which stereo record‐player, cassette‐player, recording equipment, and sometimes radio are all assembled into single item of domestic furniture.

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