02/11/2011 - 11:06

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02/11/2011 - 11:06

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MUSIC education group Musica Viva has launched two new programs for its 2012 offering it says will extend access to quality services in classrooms across Australia.

New interactive resources will be added to the repertoire of Musica Viva’s 27 touring ensembles, making the classroom program digital and providing access to interactive whiteboard technology. The program has been supported by the Rio Tinto WA Future Fund.

The Equal Music Program was also launched recently in order to support increased access to Musica Viva in remote schools and disadvantaged or special needs classrooms.

 

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