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Sally Anne Gross speaks at Head First conference in Sydney

On Wednesday 25 May, Australia’s music industry gathered for the first ever Head First conference discussing mental health and wellbeing. Presented by Support Act and held at the Factory Theatre in Sydney, the […]

7 June 2022
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George Musgrave appointed to the Royal Musical Association’s Music and Mental Health Committee

CAMRI researcher Dr. George Musgrave has been appointed as the Research Co-ordinator for the Royal Musical Association’s (RMA) newly formed ‘Music and Mental Health’ Committee. The RMA was founded […]

7 June 2022
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An Avicii Trilogy – Music, Mental Health and Ethics

Dr. George Musgrave, academic researcher based in CAMRI, has produced a trilogy of academic publications focusing on the loss of Avicii and lessons the music industries might learn from […]

7 June 2022
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Sally-Anne Gross speaks to gal-dem about motherhood and music

Sally-Anne Gross has been interviewed by gal-dem about motherhood and the music industry. The article, by Ray Sang, notes that while there might be greater visibility for pregnant people […]

7 June 2022
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MA Music Businesses Management graduate publishes thesis on Moral Music Management: Ethical Decision-Making After Avicii

Following the publication of thesis’ from alumni Sam Edrisi  and Dominic Athanassiou  another student from the MA Music Businesses Management has secured a peer-reviewed academic journal publication for a reworked version of […]

7 June 2022
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Can Music Make You Sick launched as an audiobook

The ground-breaking book on mental health and the music industry ‘Can Music Make You Sick? Measuring the Price of Musical Ambition’ by Sally Anne Gross and Dr. George Musgrave […]

7 June 2022
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George Musgrave speaks to Euronews about what the return of the BRIT Awards symbolises for the music industry

. Dr. George Musgrave was interviewed live on Euronews discussing what the return of the BRIT Awards symbolises for the music industry. Drawing on his research on mental health, […]

7 June 2022
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Universal Music UK Taskforce for Meaningful Change partners with Richard Antwi Scholarship on the Music Business Management MA

Universal Music’s UK Task Force for Meaningful Change (UK TFMC) has issued a manifesto detailing its goals and tactics to achieve what it describes as “tangible and lasting social […]

7 June 2022
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MA Music Business Management student published in peer-reviewed journal

MA Music Business Management alumni Dominic Athanassiou has had a revised version of his dissertation published in the peer-reviewed Artivate: A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts. After graduating, Dominic worked closely […]

7 June 2022
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Wretch 32 and LionHeart discuss the Richard Antwi Scholarship on BBC Radio London

Wretch 32, a British rapper, singer and songwriter from Tottenham joined LionHeart on BBC Radio London to discuss music, collaboration and those who have influenced his career. During the […]

7 June 2022
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