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European Music associations and organisations are the focus of this category, including all other professional music bodies that promote and develops music art in Europe.

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  • Christian Music Publishers Association - Music organisers that treat issues on music copying and to make sure that songs are used appropriately in Christian categories.
  • European Bluegrass Music Association - Provides music brought including dance music and ballads from Ireland, Scotland and England.
  • European Chamber Music Academy - European associated program that aimed at promoting and enhancing the philosophy of music and music language in the new age.
  • European Country Music Association - A non-profitable music association established in Europe some years ago to nurture the development of the country music.
  • European Music Council (EMC) - The EMC is the leading professional organisation in Europe dedicated to development and promotion of all kinds of music.
  • European Music Day Association - This association is established to reveal creative skill ability and to promote every occupation or skill relating to music.
  • European Music Educators Association - A freelance organisation that is initiated to uplift and standardises music studies in schools as well as communities.
  • European Suzuki Association - An association that was established to train teachers in order to improve early childhood music abilities.
  • Music Industries Association (MIA) - The UK Trade Association of the musical products industry,we represent the whole industry including educators, suppliers, & more.
  • Music Network - Ireland's national music development organisation,its aim is to make live music of the highest quality available to everyone.
  • Network Europe - An association for agents, promoters, bookers, works on improving the conditions for the live music market in Europe.
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