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The Institut français supports the Amplify Music Incubator

The Institut français supports initiatives to benefit the cultural and creative industries. As such, the Amplify Music Incubator, the first development scheme for Indian artists, is receiving the support of the Institut français. For its third edition, this initiative from music agency Gatecrash is pursuing its goals of structuring the sector and helping emerging artists to become professional. 

Published on 18/10/2022

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From 18 July to 27 August, the Amplify Music Incubator welcomed fifteen independent Indian artists for several workshops run by French, Indian, Canadian and English professionals. This hybrid scheme, comprising an online element and a one-week artists’ residence, offers the perfect balance of professional training and artistic creation. To round off the residence, a showcase at the Hideaway in Goa allowed the artists to present their work. 

As a “priority mission” nation for the cultural and creative industries, India is a central focus for the work of the Institut français. Through its support for the Amplify Music Incubator, it is helping to structure the sector and professionalise local stakeholders by providing French expertise in the field. 

The French professionals present included: 

  • Sebastien Zamora (Zamora Prod)
  • Marion Chapdelaine (Mama Chap)
  • François Bloque (Ma Case Prod)
  • Clement Serge (Zajazza)
  • Alexandre Herer (Nunataq) 

A Gatecrash programme in partnership with the Institut français, the French Embassy in India, the Institut français in India and Canada’s Music Incubator. 

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