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RED BULL MUSIC ACADEMY POSTPONES PARIS TERM

The music school has suspended its second term

Red Bull Music Academy has officially suspended its second term in Paris following brutal terrorist attacks in the French capital.

RBMA has released an official statement, that you can read in full via their Facebook page, stating that it will resume "not now, but rather soon". 

"In light of the tragic attacks in Paris on Friday, November 13th, the second term of the Red Bull Music Academy Paris 2015 has been postponed," RBMA said.  "A large number of artists and international guests were scheduled to come into the city. The devastating events, and the subsequent uncertainty, made this impossible." 

RBMA also confirmed the the planned Paris Now! show at La Gaîté Lyrique on 27th November will still go ahead. "The event sets out to celebrate the Parisian music scene, showcasing some of the pillars of the local music communities past and present. We're following the lead of said communities by going ahead with this celebration." 

 

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