Here at ICMP, we are proud to support our community and always look forward to sharing their successes.

Each Tuesday, we present a student or graduate music project, making it our #ICMPSpotlight of the week.

This time we've chosen to shine a light on QuarantWined Festival, a virtual music event set up by NATA, our BA Songwriting alumna, to champion the ICMP community of artists and musicians.



QuarantWined Festival was a virtual event taking place over two days and showcasing many talents within the ICMP community.

The event was set up by NATA,  a London based singer, songwriter and Sofar Sounds ambassador who completed her studies with ICMP in 2019. 

The two-day festival was hosted via her social media profile to not only demonstrate her skills but the music of many of her fellow alumni. The event saw 20 artists, including some from ICMP, perform over two evenings with viewers offered the chance to reward performers via a tip jar. 

Commenting, NATA said:

I decided to turn my live streams into a festival, getting 20 artists, an international line up to make up for the "cancelled" festival season, as well as setting up an online tip jar to support artists. 

With the lockdown forcing all musicians and artists to look beyond traditional live performances, NATA instead turned to host live streams on her Instagram account. 

Follow NATA on Instagram for more details of her latest projects. 


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