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RTÉ Choice Music Prize Conversations panels taking place over Zoom on March 2nd

RTÉ Choice Music Prize Conversations panels taking place over Zoom on March 2nd


The RTÉ Choice Music Prize is not going to take place in a big bash in Vicar Street every year.

The 10 shortlisted acts will be debated by judges on Thursday March 4th and a grand prize will be awarded but on the Tuesday that week, March 2nd, the conversations panels will take place from 11am to 3pm on Zoom.

Here are the panels on offer – zoom link to register via the title.


Keynote Conversation: Alex Hardee – Partner / Agent at Paradigm 

(Agent for Liam Gallagher, Bastille, Clean Bandit, Sia) 

Hosted by Jim Carroll (RTÉ) 


Let’s talk about it: Black Irish creatives and their mental health. (In association with Minding Creative Minds) - Curated by Tolu Makay. 

Loah (Artist / Songwriter) 

Simba Bianchi (Music Producer) 

Dr Abiola Muhammed Ogunfowora (Psychologist / Therapist) 

Ann Marie Shields (Minding Creative Minds) 

Hosted by Siobhan Murray (Psychotherapist & Author) 


“How Did You Manage That?” – Live Podcast  

See Also

Ally McRae and Sophie Paluch hosts of the popular UK Podcast “How Did You Manage That” will interview Ken Allen, Faction (Manager of James Vincent McMorrow) 


How We Kept Our Band and Our Heads Together During Lockdown 

Artists Interview: Jim Carroll talks to Soulé, Lizzie Fitzpatrick (Bitch Falcon) & Lar Kaye (All Tvvins). 

Register here for access:  

Full details and speaker bios via 

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