PRS Foundation have announced over 40 emerging music creators that have received support through the International Showcase Fund to perform at the 2019 edition of SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.
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Other new partners and sponsors adding their support include Musicians’ Union, AIM and PPL who will all offer unique insight to aspiring musicians.
Mary Epworth and Hannah Peel are to perform at PRS Foundation’s Momentum Music Fund Day, which also offers help and advice to new artists.
The BBC is launching Amplify, a new three-day event celebrating 10 years of BBC Introducing and showing emerging artists how they can make a living from making music.