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In our evidence to the Women and Equalities Select Committee inquiry into Misogyny in Music, we call for concerted action including the creation of an Independent Standards Authority.
For our December Member Spotlight, meet Hope Winter. A 22-year-old Singer Songwriter from South London. A champion for getting young people into music. A voice you’ll never forget. Her latest single 'The One' is a step away from her past of traditional ballad-maker, and into a new sonic soundscape which highlights her growth as a songwriter and musician.
Following a member vote, 40 music creators will join the Senate to represent members’ views at The Ivors Academy. They work across a range of genres including classical, grime, jazz, games, film and TV, theatre and musicals, pop, rock, sound art and electronic music.
The nominations for The Ivors Composer Awards 2021 have been announced, which celebrate the best new works by composers writing for classical, jazz and sound art.
It is fair to say that the Fix Streaming campaign, run jointly by the Musicians’ Union and The Ivors Academy, and Tom Gray's Broken Record have had far greater impact in a short period of time than we thought possible when we embarked on this journey.
Following the success of the 2020 Music Creators Mentoring Programme, Help Musicians opens Co-Pilot: the Musicians' Mentoring Programme in partnership with The Ivors Academy
For our second October (Black History Month) edition of the member spotlight, we speak to Rachel Chinouriri - The two time Ivor nominee, singer-songwriter who hails from Croydon and is of Zimbabwean heritage about herself, experiences and how her heritage influences her work.