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Cork champions girl power

Thursday, 29th November, 2018 8:51am

A Cork music organisation is to celebrate the role of women in the industry next week with a special event at the Sexual Violence Centre.

#CorkLovesMusic is presenting a special unplugged event in partnership with the Sexual Violence Centre on Wednesday 5 December at 8pm.

Taking place at the centre itself on Camden Quay, the event aims to bring people through the doors and allow them to see for themselves the work that the centre does, while celebrating the role of women in Cork’s music industry.

After a busy two years that have seen discussions, talks and performances in Cork city’s favourite music venues, one-on-one clinics with industry professionals and panels at some of the city’s top festivals, #CorkLovesMusic presents the event as part of the next installment of season two of its events series, designed to open up discussion and provide a place to share ideas in Cork music.

Speakers from the Cork music world will head a range of engaging discussions at the event, including Ciara O’Leary-Fitzpatrick from Cork Opera House and Katie Cosgrove from Cyprus Avenue.

Accompanying the discussion will be live performances from Cork-based singer/songwriters Elaine Malone and Sara Ryan, with more speakers and performers to be added before the event.

Admission to the event is entirely free, although donations are welcome, and no advance booking is required.

For further updates on additions to the lineup, stay tuned to #CorkLovesMusic on Facebook and Twitter.

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