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BLiM Connect Launch Event

Earlier this month we launched the second round of BLiM Connect, our mentoring programme tailored for graduating students of color pursuing degrees in music-related fields.

Musicians' Census findings - "45% of musicians from the Global Majority reported experiencing racism whilst working as a musician"

The Musicians’ Census 2023

The Musicians’ Census is a joint project by the Musicians’ Union and Help Musicians, and this second insight report was written in partnership with Black

Dr Charisse Beaumont celebrates International Women’s Day at 10 Downing Street

Our CEO, Dr. Charisse Beaumont was honored with an exclusive invitation to attend a reception at 10 Downing Street marking the occasion of International Women’s Day. The theme for IWD

Meet the Take Five 2024 Cohort

Take Five announces 2024 cohort with some of the most exciting up and coming composer-performers in jazz and improvised music alongside a continued partnership with Black Lives In Music, which

The National Youth Choir and Black Lives in Music welcomes its first Young Conductors

The Young Conductors scheme is part of the National Youth Choir’s growing Emerging Professional Artists programme, supporting music leaders at the start of their careers. It joins the established Fellows and Young

Black Lives in Music and Music Masters announce fully funded places on Musicians of Change (PGCEi)  teacher training course 

Black Lives in Music and Music Masters, in collaboration with Birmingham City University’s School of Education and Social Work, are pleased to offer two fully funded places on the prestigious

Black Lives in Music Appoint new Board and Task Force

Black Lives in Music (BLiM) has appointed a new board and taskforce. The organisation was set up to address racial inequality in the music industry and create opportunities for Black,

‘Misogyny in Music’ report sees BLIM’s CEO continue to ignite conversations in media

Following the launch of Women and Equalities Committee (WEC) report, the issue of misogyny in music has occupied the minds and lips of many this past week; for industry leaders

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