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KEYCHANGE

Keychange is a pioneering international initiative which transforms the future of music whilst encouraging festivals and music organisations to achieve a 50:50 gender balance by 2022. 74 emerging artists and innovators each year from across Europe and Canada will take part in international festivals, showcase events, collaborations and a programme of creative labs. Keychange aims to accelerate change and create a better more inclusive music industry for present and future generations.

Keychange is led by Reeperbahn Festival, PRS Foundation and Musikcentrum Öst, supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, in partnership with Tallinn Music Week, Iceland Airwaves, BIME, Oslo World, Linecheck/Music Innovation Hub, Ireland Music Week, SACEM, Liverpool Sound City, Way Out West, Spring Break, MAMA, Mutek and Breakout West. Find out about our other generous supporters here.

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The end of the year (and decade!) is almost upon us, so join Tamara Gal-On to explore ‘unsuccesses’ – a method for reviewing the past year, and preparing for the next.

Keychange launches open call to find 74 innovative women & gender minority artists & innovators to take part in year-long programme  Applications are open to artists (writing & performing their own music) and industry professionals (working in music) in Canada, Estonia, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the UK  The pioneering

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It’s very normal to have differences of opinion when collaborating but sometimes it stops feeling temporary and par for the course and starts to feel terminal. What to do?

By Tamara Gal-On Social Self-Care: the art of ensuring your intentional interactions with the people who are part of your professional world are set up from the outset to build you up, not wear you out. Social self-care is important for creative people because it is so much harder to focus on creating or getting

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