IAM Vol 20 Issue 06 Industry insights


Welcome to the June issue of International Arts Manager magazine. In this issue we celebrate the inaugural Chinese Culture Festival (CCF), which marks an exciting new chapter in the celebration of Chinese culture through the performing arts. 

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Industry insights International Arts Manager volume 20 issue 6


  • The problem with classical music
  • Who will benefit from PRS Foundation’s new network?
  • Sony Music holds AI firms accountable
  • Why is the English Touring Opera heading north?
  • Find out which organisations hope to be net zero by 2030
  • New location for Australian Performing Arts Market
  • AIF endorses MU’s Access Rider scheme
Discover how you can be part of CMA’s 2025
  • National Conference
  • Will the latest investment in the arts improve South Australia’s cultural scene?

Musical Chairs

  • From promotions to retirement – find out who’s on the move

Classical Music Signings

  • Keep up to date with the latest industry news

Competitions and Awards

  • sideNotes: Highlights from the WFIMC’s General Assembly
  • Competition and award winner news and competition deadlines


  • The View from Here:
    Lisa Richards Toney asks, “Is the performing arts at a crossroads?”

Augmented Orchestra

  • An interview with composer Anna Clyne and sound engineer Jody Elff

Is data the new gold?

  • Unlocking the power of data with WildKat’s George Percy

Introducing… Alexander Lloyd Blake and Tonality

Rebel in the Arts:

Grace Okereke on recognising your achievements as an independent producer

Chinese Culture Festival 2024

  • A preview of the inaugural festival, set to become an annual highlight of the 
Chinese cultural calendar


  • Claire Booth. A week with the the versatile British soprano

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