Women in Music
Nearly 50 festivals and conferences have pledged to back PRS Foundation's Keychange initiative, promising to tackle the gender imbalance in festival lineups.
Are you an under-the-radar female classical composer or performer looking to get noticed? Get involved in BBC Radio 3’s new initiative...
PRS Foundation, the UK’s leading funder of new music, has reached a 50:50 gender split among its grantees three years ahead of schedule.
This year’s International Music Summit (IMS) will focus on health and wellness for mind and body, and alleged sexual harassment within the music industry.
Melanie C will speak at the event, with other panelists including Barbara Charone (MBC PR), producer and artist Hannah V and engineer Isabel Gracefield Grundy (Emeli Sande, Tom Odell).
The Musicians’ Union (MU) is hosting open meetings covering sexual harassment in the music industry, following revelations in recent weeks from women working across the cultural sectors.
PRS for Music membership director Karen Buse is among the 12 female trailblazers to make it onto the Music Week Roll of Honour at the 2017 Women in Music Awards.
‘I don’t think you get anywhere without quotas but this can’t be tokenistic,’ says Association of Independent Festival (AIF) general manager Paul Reed.
'Opera is often a publicly subsidised catwalk for the one percent': progressive Welsh composer Tom Green tells it his way ahead of the opening of his new chamber opera The World's Wife...
Beth Orton is leading the new Both Sides Now residency, which seeks open-minded female musicians and songwriters to collaborate and perform together.