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Hypertribe launches the second round of its Pioneer Mentoring Programme for women in music

The autumn edition comes after a successful series of workshops in May

  • Jemima Skala
  • 27 September 2020
Hypertribe launches the second round of its Pioneer Mentoring Programme for women in music

On Monday 28 September, Hypertribe will launch its second series of workshops designed to empower women musicians with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed.

It will be a four-week programme aimed at tackling diversity in the industry.

Grammy-nominated voice Kelli-Leigh (pictured), Joy Crookes, Karen Harding and many others are confirmed as mentors for the programme.

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Mentees will be matched with a mentor to help them with various aspects of their career, assisting with both industry and artistic knowledge.

The aims of the Pioneer Mentoring Programme are to raise awareness of diversity issues in the music industry, as well as empowering mentees to create their own opportunities for change.

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The impact report from the May 2020 workshops found that 100% of participants left with a greater understanding of the music industry.

The September edition has currently closed for applications, but check here for information on any future Pioneer Mentoring Programmes.

Jemima Skala is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor. Follow her on Twitter

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