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30

April
2021

The Boy Edgar Award transferred to the Performing Arts Fund NL

On 30, April 2021

On the initiative of the Boy Edgar Award Foundation, the organization, selection and presentation of the Boy Edgar Award will be transferred to the Performing Arts Fund NL with effect from April 30, 2021. With the transfer to the Performing Arts Fund NL, the prize money will be doubled to € 25,000. The bronze sculpture ‘John Coltrane’ by Jan Wolkers remains an integral part of the award.
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29

April
2021

ESNS to focus on Spain in 2022, artist applications open on May 1

On 29, April 2021

ESNS (Eurosonic Noorderslag) highlights the very best emerging acts from a different country every year, showcasing the diversity of musical talent across Europe. In cooperation with The Spanish Wave and Live Nation Madrid, ESNS is proud to announce the focus on Spain at ESNS 2022. The artist applications for the upcoming edition – for all European artists – open on Saturday May 1st.
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25

March
2021

ADE confirms 2021 event

On 25, March 2021

ADE confirms its 25th anniversary edition in physical form with both conference and festival events set to take place from 13th – 17th October 2021. Additionally, the organisation supports music professionals during the re-opening of the live music industry by making its online B2B platform free-to-access on the road to ADE 2021.
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5

March
2021

Ikaros van Duppen leaves Buma Cultuur – Moving on as project developer in music and other artistic sectors

On 5, March 2021

After 14 years, as of April 1, Ikaros van Duppen will be leaving Buma Cultuur. During these years Van Duppen was responsible for various Buma Cultuur projects. “Time to move on”, according to the genre manager. “A great loss”, says Buma Cultuur managing director Frank Helmink.
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17

January
2021

Online Edition ESNS Exceeds Ambitious Expectations

On 17, January 2021

The first online edition of ESNS has exceeded all expectations; both the festival and conference platform have been visited en masse by music lovers and professionals worldwide with almost 4000 from 124 different countries. In line with the current safety measures in The Netherlands, the thirty-fifth edition of ESNS took place digitally.
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