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Women in Music Awards - competition

Talent agencies Coda, Paradigm and ITG, and national charity Youth Music, have teamed up to offer four women (aged 18-25) the chance to join them at Music Week's fourth annual Women in Music Awards Lunch, which will take place on Friday 10 November 2017 at the Brewery, Central London.

Everyone should have access to music regardless of background or circumstances. The aim of the competition is to offer young women who might not otherwise get the chance to attend this prestigious event, giving them an opportunity to meet women who have successfully pursued careers in the industry. The cost of UK train travel to and from the venue will be covered.

To enter, please send a video of yourself to explaining why being at these awards would be important to you.

  • The video should be a maximum of 1 minute long
  • In the video, please mention where you heard about the competition
  • In the email, please include your name and phone number, and write Youth Music in the subject line
  • Deadline: midday on Friday 27 October
  • Winners notified: midday on Monday 30 October

Natasha Bent at Coda says:

Every time I go to these awards I’m truly inspired and humbled by strong women honoured from all sectors of the music industry. We want to give the opportunity to those that might not normally get the chance to be part of this and we look forward to spending the day with our future leaders!”

Jackie Nalpant at Paradigm says:

"I feel so fortunate to work at a company that not only respects women but constantly strives to promote, highlight and support them. On behalf of Paradigm, we all look forward to continuing our ongoing commitment to foster equality, opportunity and quality of life for all women in the music industry."

Flora Ward, Youth Music Grants Officer says:

“Music Week's Women in Music Awards is a great annual event where the focus is rightly on acknowledging the great work of women in the music industry, many of whom overcome obstacles to get recognition. Gender equality is really important to us and we appreciate Coda and Paradigm’s generosity in offering places to attend the Awards ceremony. We hope that those who win will be inspired to progress their own careers, in whatever capacity, within the music industry."


Photo from Stratford Circus's New Young Voices Collective, a project in East London supported by Youth Music.