In response to the significant impact the pandemic has had on businesses and individuals working in the creative industries, the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) launched a new business support programme and grant fund for the cultural and creative sectors, as part of its Regional Recovery Plan. Apply before May 7th at 23:59h!
The full interview to international operatic soprano Abigail Kelly is now available! Learn about how she built her music career, why she chose opera over pop music, how COVID-19 impacted her professional and personal life and how she overcame every obstacle in this great conversation with our director Millicent.
UK Music has launched its flagship UK Music Creators’ Survey, which every year gathers vital data on how the music industry contributes to the UK’s economy. This year, our input is more important than ever, as the whole industry is suffering the effects of the pandemic and the Government’s neglect. Have your say!
The second part of the interview of Millicent with international operatic soprano Abigail Kelly is online!
Tune in to AffinityXtra and listen to Abigail Kelly’s journey into building a full time music career in the opera scene, how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted her work and personal life, and what unexpected opportunities came in the midst of lockdown.
Holly Pyle is an American singer, vocal coach, music producer and songwriter with a deep insight on the intimate process of music creation. She was kind enough to make her masterclass in songwriting free to everybody online. In this class, she speaks about her background, her motivation to write songs, the method she follows and what she has in mind during the process.
Sandy’s story is truly inspirational and we invite you to draw parallels with your own life projects, both in music and other areas of your interest.
You can listen to the whole interview with the vocalist, choir and music agency director Louise Dengate on YouTube and all your favourite podcast outlets now!
Everything has changed drastically since the last time we refreshed our image, back on December 2019. We have grown, we have learned, we have migrated to new, virtual environments to keep working towards our goal to empower women in music. All the challenges we’ve endured have polished us, and to reflect this, we have polished our image as well.
With only a few hours left before the call for participants on the Time For My Music Open Mic Performance closes, there are 3 places left!