JM Ireland was formed in September 1995 to link Ireland to the FIJM world and to make FIJM activities (traditional music, jazz, pop, rock, classical music) available to young Irish musicians.
Annual auditions will be coordinated by JM Ireland for the FIJM World Youth Orchestra and World Youth Choir.
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FIJM was founded after World War II in 1945 and celebrated its 50th birthday in 1995. It is the largest cultural organisation in UNESCO.
Jeunesse Musicales Ireland is a non-profit making association registered as a charity and run by a voluntary Board representing many national organisations and institutions. JM Ireland and FIJM worldwide value equally all forms of music.
Jeunesse Musicales activities in member countries around the world include: festivals, competitions, summer programmes, summer courses, concerts for young audiences, concerts to promote young artists, information networks, music clubs for children, residential music centres for young people.
There are three levels of annual fee:
All young people represented by an association or organisations are deemed to be members of Jeunesse Musicales Ireland.
JM Ireland will be funded by:
A quarterly newsletter with national and international news.
An office with tellfax contact number to supply detailed information on FIJM activities and contacts in FIJM member countries around the world.
An opportunity to make your festivals, summer courses, competitions and other activities in youth music in Ireland widely known around the world through FIJM.
Contacts to arrange exchanges and assistance when abroad.
Auditions for the FIJM World Youth Orchestra and World Youth Choir.
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Glaoigh orainn !
Call us we'd like to hear from you ! Jeunesses Musicales Ireland
(Hon) Secretary, Joanna Crooks,
62 Ailesbury Grove,
Tel/Fax 353-1-298 0680
Jeunesses Musicales Ireland is a member of the Fédération Internationale des Jeunesses
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