Date

24 05 2021
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Time

16:30 - 18:00

Cost

Free

MUSIC FUNDERS : PRSF Workshop

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Workshop Presenters

Kwame Safo, Grants & Programmes Manager (Industry Funds) at PRS Foundation , Kwame oversees the management of a number of PRS Foundation’s flagship funding programmes including the PPL Momentum Music Fund, International Showcase Fund and Hitmaker initiative.

Elizabeth Sills, is a Grants and Programmes Manager at PRS Foundation, Elizabeth oversees the Open Fund, Women Make Music and the Composers Fund.

PRSF is the leading funder of new music and talent development across all genres.

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PRSF says – We invest in the future of music by supporting talent development and new music across the UK; enabling songwriters and composers of all backgrounds to realise their potential and reach audiences across the world.

Since March 2000 we have supported over 7,300 new music initiatives to the tune of over £35 million. We do this through open grant schemes which are available to musicians and organisations and partnership programmes which we lead in response to specific needs and gaps in funding.

Because of our specialist knowledge of the music sector, our support is seen as an indication of quality and innovation. We are also proud to be widely respected as an adventurous, and straightforward organisation and to have established a strong track record as funder of a broad range of activity – from unsigned band showcases and professional development programmes to music commissions and composer residencies.

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