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AI and music Global Summit wrapped up

AI is like a hammer. If you see a weapon, then that’s on you. If you see something you can use to build a house, then that’s on you too.

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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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Book your tickets for The Other Songs Live at The London Palladium

With special guests include Andrew Lloyd Webber, Jimmy Napes, AR Rahman, Fraser T Smith’s Future Utopia, Shaznay Lewis, Dave Stewart, Guy Garvey, Issey Cross, Rachel Chinouriri, Ruthanne, Rick Nowels, Sunmisola Agbebi and Ren.

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ABRSM Composer Mentoring Programme

ABRSM’s composer mentoring programme, Writing for music education, provides emerging composers from diverse backgrounds with opportunities to develop their skills in writing to a brief, both for exam syllabuses and within broader educational contexts. We will be recruiting for our next cohort of six composers shortly, for our 2023/24 programme, which runs from September 2023 – February 2024.

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Nominations announced for The Ivors with Amazon Music 2023

Today we announce the nominations for The Ivors 2023 with Amazon Music, recognising and celebrating outstanding songwriters and composers across nine categories.

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Nominations open for Ivors Academy Honours

Ivors Academy Honours continue the legacy of the Gold Badge Awards to recognise exceptional people from across the music industry who support music creators.

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Acclaimed composers from The Ivors Academy warn of “damaging consequences now and long into the future” if cuts to BBC Singers and Performing Groups go ahead

Over 400 composers and musicians co-signed a letter showing their support for the BBC Singers and performers affected by the proposed cuts, and calling for the BBC to re-think their decision.

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The closure of BBC Singers would be “an enormous and irreplaceable loss to the contemporary classical music scene”

Lloyd Coleman, Chair of The Ivors Academy's Classical Council, responds to the announcement

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LGBT+ History Month Heroes

To celebrate LGBT+ History Month our LGBTQI+ Council have taken the opportunity to spotlight their heroes in music.

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