Latin American Women in Music and Culture

  • Date & Time: 16th May 2019 7:00 pm
  • Venue: King's College London
    Strand WC2R 2LS
  • Tickets: Free entry
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Panel discussion and Q&A session with Latinx women in the Music and Culture industries.

Fabiola Morales will chair a panel discussion about the diverse experiences of Latin American women in the music industry, detailing alongside panellists the gendered challenges they have faced throughout their career and most importantly, answering the question ‘How can women support each other and work together?’.  The floor will then open to the audience in a public Q&A session.

Host (chair):

Fabiola Morales (Colombia): musician, Artist Developer, Gig Rep and Booking Agent – Tutor at BIMM Bristol


María Alejandra Rivas (Venezuela): Manager and Culture Art Director
Paula J. Durán (Colombia): Managing Director at Soundway Publishing
Eliane Correa (Cuba): musician, pianist, composer, performer, founder of WARA
Nikols Latuff (Venezuela): Director and host of WIDE global online radio

In this opportunity for our talk we have the pleasure to have as part of our panel a group of outstanding women with varied professional backgrounds in Music and Culture sharing one same goal: pursuing a much more positive and encouraging path for today’s and upcoming generations of women, to perform as successful professionals inside a sector recognised for its transforming power in society.

Based on their own personal experiences we have the chance to get to know each of these women, as they identify struggles they have faced throughout their careers and recount how they faced challenging situations in the world of music – in a foreign country, language and culture.