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ECMTA Autumn meeting will take place in Gothenburg
 22-24 November 2024. Further info TBA.

Videogreeting from Tobias Granmo

Dear members of the ECMTA!

The ECMTA extends its sincerest gratitude for the warm reception and excellent organization to the University of Macedonia in Thessaloniki. We deeply thank the Vice-rector, professor Dmitrios Chandrakis and the Head of Music Faculty professor Georgios Kyriakakis for their efforts in the success of the conference. As a member of our network, we look forward to continued enriching collaboration with the University of Macedonia
The Members’ Forum presentations demonstrated the vast area of expertise of our members.
1. Tobias Granmo (prerecorded video)

2. Agata Holdyk
“Innovations of female composers in contemporary electro acoustic music” and “A fusion of classical and pop music in a new chamber music project / 2 pianos, drum band and string orchestra”

3. Yiannis Miralis
   “The two saxophone quartets by Yiorgos Koumendakis”

4. Grzegorz Mania
 “SPMK Records – towards fair music publishing”

5. Τheofilos Sotiriadis
“Hellenic Saxophone Library (
6. Monika Gardoń-Preinl
“Marta Mołodyńska-Wheeler - portrait of the composer”

7. Piotr Rozanski
“The role of the piano duet in piano education”

8. Tuomas Untamala
“20th Talvikamari Festival (Winter Chamber Music Festival) in Kuopio”

9. Piret Väinmaa
“ECMTA working group on chamber music pedagogy on secondary level: results from 2023-2024”

10. Anneli Kuusk

We would also like to especially thank our excellent Key Speakers:
* Professor Dmitrios Chandrakis “The role of the new Hellenic quartet in the development of chamber music in Greece in terms of performance and composition”

*Professor Christos Ioannou “Balancing Practice for Virtuosity: Exploring Musicians' Health and Brain Limitations, Toward Innovative Solutions for Musculoskeletal Disorders in Musicians” 

We thank all the ECMTA  members for making it such a memorable time for all participants.
Prof Marje Lohuaru
European Chamber Music Teachers Association

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