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We’re looking for our next Chief Executive 

The Ivors Academy is looking for its next Chief Executive to lead the organisation into the future.

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Winners of The Ivors Classical Awards 2023 announced

Eleven composers have been honoured with Ivor Novello Awards at The Ivors Classical Awards, celebrating the best new classical music and sound art.

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What is AI? A guide to key terms

In a series of blog posts leading up to our Global Creator Summit on 20th September, Ivors Academy Future Sound Experience council member ILĀ helps you understand AI and some of the terminology around the technology.

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Ivors Academy Honours launched to celebrate exceptional service in the UK music industry

Kevin Brennan MP, Carla Marie Williams, Crispin Hunt and Rupert Hine have been named as the first recipients of an Ivors Academy Honour. The new award brings back the tradition of the Academy’s Gold Badge Awards, which recognised exceptional people from the music industry who create positive change and champion music creators.

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Meet the composers selected for ABRSM’s mentoring programme

Six composers have been announced to take part in the 2023/24 addition of the programme, Writing for Music Education.

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Speakers, new sponsor DAACI and media partner Music Ally announced for the Global Creators Summit on AI and Music

The summit will be a platform for discussion, new ideas and debate on the most fundamental revolution facing music creators for generations.

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Is AI the future of music or threat to human creativity?

In the first of a series of blog posts leading up the Global Creator Summit on 20th September, Ivors Academy Board member Kevin Sargent shares his thoughts on the importance of human creativity in a world where AI generated music is becoming more common and questions about the use of AI are increasing in importance.

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The Other Songs Live raised £65,000 for The Ivors Academy Trust and The BRIT School

Al Webber, Co-Founder of The Other Songs, confirms that the event will return in 2024.

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