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AMA France :
Le Vendredi 13 Novembre 2015 restera a jamais dans nos mémoires comme un jour sombre
pour l’humanité en général et pour notre famille professionnelle, celle de l’industrie
musicale, en particulier. Pour la première fois en effet c’est notre famille, celle qui incarne le
professionnalisme et la passion de la musique, de la diversité culturelle et de la célébration
d’une vie faite de bonheur et de plaisirs comme d’assister à un concert, s’asseoir sur une
terrasse ou aller dans un stade qui est touchée. Une vie faite de générosité et de partage
dans le respect de l’autre.
Nous répondrons à cette ignoble barbarie en célébrant la vie et l’amour dans le respect de
nos valeurs de liberté, d’égalité, de fraternité quand les terroristes célèbrent la mort, la
haine et la violence.
Nos pensées se tournent aujourd’hui vers toutes les victimes et leurs familles. Et plus
particulièrement vers ceux qui travaillent pour le Bataclan, Mercury et Universal, Alias
Productions, Nous Productions, Astérios Spectacles, Les Inrockuptibles et de France 24. Ils
sont nos collègues, nos amis, nos frères, nos sœurs, nos enfants. Nous ne les oublierons
Certains veulent nous détruire. Ils nous rendent plus forts, plus unis et plus déterminés que
Attacks on people watching and enjoying entertainment or just sitting together with friends,
shows contempt for humanity. Those evil men who organized it and those who were used to
implement wickedness do not value life. We join our friends and colleagues to stand united
against evil, and we mourn with the friends and families of the victims.
MMF Luxembourg sends its deepest condolences to all the friends and families of those
killed or hurt in the cowardly attacks in Paris. Enjoying music, sports or having drinks with
friends should not be turned into a senseless massacre. We can't let such terrorist attacks
change our lives and the values of freedom and tolerance that we all live by.
Nothing will ever stop free Rock’n Roll spirit!
The attacks in Paris on Friday were a tragedy for many obvious reasons. In the music
industry, we lost friends in the Bataclan that night who were working on something they
loved and were committed to, in one of the greatest music venues in the world. But
terrorism will never defeat the people. We hope that the Bataclan will re-open as soon as
possible as a tribute to those who lost their lives.
MMF South Africa:
On behalf of Music Managers Forum of South Africa (MMFSA), we would like to offer our
greatest sympathy for the pain inflicted during this past weekend at Bataclan in France.
Having these attacks take place at Artistic venues that are meant to bring people together is
even more heart breaking. Thoughts and prayers are with all affected families.
No words can express our feelings. Our thoughts are with the bereaved families. Cultural
diversity is our life and we never will stop to fight for liberty and fraternity.
Terror came very nearby last Friday night. In a horrible way. It planted fear in our hearts but
we embrace our friends from Bataclan, all people in Paris and France and will keep on
working for a better world. Music is Life!
No words to explain how Spanish people are living this horror. Very sad for victims and their
families: a lot of people, innocent civilians, died for NO REASON. It was an attack not just
French people. It is an attack to freedom, to equality, to fraternity. But they can´t create
confusion. Your values are ours. Never surrender.
Shots will never silence music.
We grieve at France’s, Paris’s loss, those who fell, relatives, friends. We share our love,
support, hearts and hopes. We share your liberty, fraternity, your culture, love for all the
best life has to offer, your enjoyment. We share your voice, be it for free speech or song. We
will never surrender these rights; these freedoms. We are as one.
We in the United States mourn your loss and all the good people of Paris and the entire
country of France are in our thoughts and prayers. All music made around the world will
never be silenced by senseless acts of terrorism. May the Bataclan return and forever be a
symbol of what brings people together in peace and harmony.
MMF Latin America:
MMF Latam stands in solidarity with all victims and their families of the attack on Le
Bataclan in Paris, as well as with all colleagues that have suffered due to this regrettable
Our organization repels all acts of violence and discrimination wherever they may take place,
and calls for respect towards diversity and unity of all people through music.
Music shall always promote free expression and speech, shall be a universal language. It can
be tolerated, adored, disliked and vividly discussed, but in no way music shall be suppressed
through violence and terror, as happened in Paris and has been tragically happening in too
many corners of the world.
Dutch artists and artist managers nationwide kept a minute of silence during their concerts
to pay tribute to those who died and got injured in the Paris terrorist attacks. A moment of
silence, while we send our deepest condolences to the families and loved ones of the victims.
Our thoughts are with France right now. Although we are on the other side of the world, we
too are venue operators, musicians, sound and lighting engineers, band managers and
agents, merch and door staff, and live music fans, and this could have been our local
venues, our businesses, and our friends.