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Youth Work Ireland’s Irish Youth Music Awards 2021

 

Youth Work Ireland’s Irish Youth Music Awards (IYMAs) is excited to announce the return of its online all ages national event on Saturday September 18th. This event will offer young creatives and musicians from across the country access to some of Ireland’s best industry professionals for exclusive workshops and performances.

The IYMAs works with youth projects and young people (aged 12-19) from across the island of Ireland, providing personal development and hands-on music-based education as well as providing access to the creative and music industries.

This year’s online event will feature leading creative industry professionals including award winning dance pop trio Chasing Abbey who will give advice on how to use social media effectively as an artist; Nialler9 will speak with Soda Blonde about their critically acclaimed debut album; RTE Choice Prize Song Of The Year nominee Gemma Dunleavy will chat to RTÉ 2FM DJ Tara Stewart, providing advice for up and coming musicians; hit podcasters Laura Fox and Emma Power from RTÉ 2FM’s chart topping show My First Ride will teach participants how to start a podcast and BIMM Institute Dublin will host a song writing workshop plus more to be announced.

The event will also feature a showcase of up and coming young creatives and musicians from across the Irish Youth Music Awards hubs with the premiere of exclusive music and performance videos produced by them.

For tickets https://www.eventbrite.com/e/irish-youth-music-awards-2021-national-online-event-tickets-169120244203

 

 

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