Jeunesses Musicales International
|Type||Non-profit, Interest group|
|Members||48 Member Organizations|
Jeunesses Musicales International (JMI) is the largest youth music NGO in the world, created in Brussels, Belgium in 1945 with the mission to "enable young people to develop through music across all boundaries". With a vast array of activities, JMI has established four priority activity fields: Young Musicians, Young Audiences, Youth Empowerment and Youth Orchestras & Ensembles.
With member organizations currently in 45 countries and contact organizations in another 35, JMI is a global network providing opportunities for young people to engage with music. The JMI network reaches over 5 million young people aged 13–30 per year through some 36,000 activities, which embrace all styles of music, and coordinates cross-border exchange opportunities on the international level.
JMI places empowerment, with its emphasis on social inclusion and cohesion, at its core. For over 60 years, JMI has been 'Making a Difference through Music', using the power of music to bridge across social, geographical, racial and economic divides and creating a platform for intercultural dialogue.
- Ethno 
- Imagine Festivals
- JM Jazz World
- Music Crossroads 
- World of Winds (WoW)
- World Orchestra of Jeunesses Musicales (WOJM) 
- World Youth Choir (WYC) 
- Jeunesses Musicales Czech Republic
- Jeunesses Musicales Russia
- Orchestra Company South Africa
- Jeunesses Musicales de France
- Michael Kennedy; Joyce Bourne (1996). "Jeunesses Musicales". The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music. Retrieved 2007-08-27.
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