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Organizations relating to Orchestras

Nordisk Orkestermusik Union / Vaasa, Finland / Est. 1949
World Association of Marching Show Bands / Est. 1993
World Philharmonic Orchestra / Geneva, Switzerland
Asian Youth Orchestra / Hong Kong, Hong Kong / Est. 1987
Orchestra Network for Europe / Est. 2004
Open Air Campaigners International / Est. 1892
Save Africa Concerts Foundation / Bronx NY, USA / Est. 2000
Pan-Asia Symphony Orchestra / Kowloon, Hong Kong
United World Philharmonic Foundation / New York NY, USA
Concert of Europe / Est. 1815
International Prom Orchestra / Tessenderlo, Belgium / Est. 2005
Orchestre philharmonique international
Lusophone Orchestra
Alliance of Orchestras in the Asia-Pacific Region / Est. 1999
International Concert Organization / Copenhagen, Denmark
Nouvel ensemble européen
Orfeo International Orchestra
International Federation of Concerts / Est. 1929
Nordic Orchestra Conference
Concerts of Prayer International / New Providence NJ, USA / Est. 1988
European Brass Band Association / Ghent, Belgium / Est. 1995
International Viola Society / Brossard QC, Canada / Est. 1968
Nordic Youth Orchestra / Helsinki, Finland / Est. 1993
International Alliance of Orchestra Associations / Est. 1992
Chamber Orchestra of Europe / London, UK / Est. 1981
European Union Youth Orchestra / Grafenegg, Austria / Est. 1976
Nordic Concert Halls / Aalborg, Denmark / Est. 1983
European Federation of National Youth Orchestras / Klosterneuburg, Austria / Est. 1994
International Conference of Symphony and Opera Musicians / Nashville TN, USA / Est. 1960
World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles / Est. 1981

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Action Strategies relating to Orchestras

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