About AMIS

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The Association for Music in International Schools (AMIS) is an international, non-profit, non-sectarian, politically neutral organisation dedicated to the promotion of excellence at all levels of music education. Its objectives are to advance the education of school pupils and teachers throughout the world by developing their understanding, knowledge and appreciation of music; to advance the education of young people and their teachers in global issues and cultural diversity through the performance and study of music; to promote high standards of musical performance in school pupils of all ages and abilities throughout the world; to promote furtherance of educationally valuable music repertoire.

Aims and Objectives of AMIS

The Association for Music in International Schools “AMIS” is dedicated to the promotion of excellence in all levels of music education, with the following specific aims in mind:

  • To facilitate communication among music teachers and other teachers of the fine arts
  • To provide and support professional development through practical teacher workshops
  • To provide and support appropriate student workshops
  • To provide and support non-competitive music festivals for students
  • To encourage and assist schools to bring appropriate musical performances of high quality to their student populations

AMIS sponsors a variety of music festivals annually which are especially designed to benefit students in international schools. The locations of these events vary from year to year.

The objectives of AMIS are:

  1. to advance the education of school pupils and teachers throughout the world by developing their understanding, knowledge, and appreciation of music.
  2. to advance the education of young people and their teachers in global issues and cultural diversity through the performance and study of music.
  3. to promote high standards of musical performance in school pupils of all ages and abilities throughout the world.
  4. to promote furtherance of educationally valuable music repertoire.

 

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