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Applications Open For Keychange Talent Development Programme

Keychange has opened its Talent Development Programme for this year’s round of applications, recruiting women and gender minority Artists and Innovators to take part in a year-long programme of development.

Published: 05 July 2021 | 5:21 PM
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Apply to the Keychange programme for international opportunities, training, mentoring, networking and promotion. Photo credit: Shutterstock

Keychange are looking for exceptional artists or music business professionals that are ready for the next level.

Apply to the Keychange programme for international opportunities, training, mentoring, networking and promotion globally throughout 2022!

Keychange exists to overcome barriers that women and gender minorities encounter in the music industry, confront the imbalance and offer solutions towards a representative industry.

Applications opened on Thursday 1 July, and the deadline to apply will be on Monday 4 October. Find out more about how to apply and the eligibility criteria on Keychange’s website.

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