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Partnership with European research institutions

What is a European independent ensembles? In Germany, it is a collective group where musicians are all equal. In France, it is a group of musicians gathered for a specific project around a leader, an “entrepreneur”. In Spain, it is an ensemble that renews the idea of “classical music” into a blend of so-called “art […]

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FEVIS Europe signs article in British magazine TAXATION

FEVIS Europe signs an article in October 31st issue of the British specialized magazine Taxation. It summarizes the issue of article 17 of the OECD tax convention model and its consequences such as double income tax for artistic activity abroad. In order to read and comment on it, please go to¬†http://www.taxation.co.uk/taxation/Articles/2013/10/30/315691/fair-play-all The article was written […]

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Agreement with the British Ministry of Transport

Best Practice among FEVIS Europe members and partners The Musicians’ Union¬†negotiated a general agreement with the Ministry of Transport in the UK. This agreement allowed them to issue a card that travelling musicians carry along with them as they tour with their instruments. This example of national best practice may inspire other national associations to […]

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La Nuova Musica – a British “emerging” ensemble

Find here Julian Forbes’ presentation of La Nuova Musica, a British ensemble directed by Julian Forbes. It includes its stages of development, and some specific information about the UK musical landscape. Download here.

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