Congratulations to ICMP tutor Isobel Anderson on being appointed to represent musicians across the UK as a member of the Musicians’ Union’s (MU) Equalities Committee. 

Isobel is an acclaimed artist and educator, teaching as part of ICMP’s Songwriting faculty.

Some of her most recent projects include The Female DIY Musician and the #GirlsTwiddlingKnobs podcast alongside her own artist material. 

In her new role, Isobel will be looking to celebrate and encourage diversity, promote equality and challenge inequalities. 

Commenting, Isobel said: 

It’s an honour to have been elected to advocate on behalf of musicians on issues regarding equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI). These are principles I care deeply about and work hard to ensure I embody in my own contribution to positive change in music."

"EDI is still a work-in-progress in the industry, but I’m excited to be involved in the important work the MU does to support musicians."

Elsewhere in the role, Isobel will be reviewing and developing the MU’s equality and diversity strategies and raising awareness of issues through events and publications.

Isobel is also running a free live 5 day challenge for women in music called The Home Recording Kickstarter from May 6-10th.

Anyone interested can join the waiting list here.

Equally focused on Music Business & Entrepreneurship

The music business is an incredibly competitive environment – and over the last 30 years, ICMP has developed and refined a cutting-edge degree that now focuses equally on entrepreneurship. We’re the first music school in the UK to recognise that you need to understand not just marketing, management, finance, digital, creativity and all the structures and quirks that make the industry unique, but also how to forge your own path, create your own job, and change the future for the better. With access to ICMP’s fully equipped music facilities, exclusive industry events, masterclasses and a peerless contact network, we have it all covered.

To completely immerse yourself in your music career, email our friendly Admissions Team at or call them on 020 7328 0222.

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