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· March, 2009

Stories about Music from March, 2009

Indonesia: Traditional Javanese artists

Cuba: Detainees Freed

Myanmar: Hip Hop craze

Armenia: The price of success

Trinidad & Tobago: Meaningful Art

Kenya: Get Kenyan Music at KenTunes

Guatemala: A Violin in Silence After Murder of Youth

The latest victims to violence in Guatemala are a young violinist, Hans Castro and his two companions Andrea Robledo and Edwin Urrea. The murders took place in the outskirts of...

Mexico: Reviews of Radiohead Concerts in Mexico City

Israel: Oboe Player Wins Seat in YouTube Orchestra

Antigua & Barbuda: Election Lessons

Jamaica: Payola

Chile: Local Bands at Viña del Mar Music Festival

Barbados: Music Man

Russia, Ukraine, the Balkans: Eurovision News

The controversy caused by Georgia's Eurovision Song Contest entry seems to be over (or, depending on one's perspective, has reached its climax), now that Georgia has decided not to take...

Caribbean: Message for Rihanna

The Rihanna/Chris Brown headlines have been capturing the interest of bloggers Caribbean-wide recently, not only because Rihanna is Barbados-born and bred, but because the whole issue of domestic abuse hits...

International Women's Day: “All women are queens”

Yesterday was International Women's Day, and francophone bloggers around the world used music, poetry and art to honor the beauty, achievements, and continuing struggles of women.

Senegal: A new documentary: Democracy in Dakar

Russia: Ukrainian singer in Eurovision song contest

Barbados: Foolish Games?

Israel: Airport Security Detains British Rapper

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