Following my participation at the IAMIC Annual Conference that recentetly took place in Athens I’d like to share a few of my thoughts as presented in the fifth and closing session chaired my Kostas Moschos.
The panel’s distinguished guests shared their views on the subject of “Music information as development vehicle”. It was a pleasure and honor to be there.
Round Table: “Music information as development vehicle”
Christos Carras, Director Onasis Cultural Center,
Giorgos Myzalis, Hellenic Society for the Protection of Intellectual
Georges Perot, Head of European Network
Development and Member of Administrative Council “European Music
Antonis Plessas, Composer, Producer,
Dimitris Raftopoulos, Lifelong Learning Research Institute.
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Proud to finish an excellent and demanding 12 week online course with Berklee College of Music on the subject of Music Licencing.
Also proud to finish with straight As in all assignments of this course.
From the very begining of the course in April I felt I was not only representing myself but I was somehow representing my country as well among many students of different nationalities.
It was a matter of pride to show my fellow students and my instructors that there’s another side of Greece which may be hidden at times but definitely not lost.
I’m glad I suceeded to earn their friendship and respect.
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