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Competition: Win 2 tickets to IMS College Malta

Two passes worth €70 each are up for grabs for this week's sophomore IMS College conference in Malta

By IQ on 03 Jul 2017

Diversity in electronic music: A vote for vertical proliferation, IMS College Malta 2016

The Diversity in Electronic Music panel at last year's IMS College


image © IMS

International Music Summit is offering IQ readers the chance to win two tickets to this weekend’s IMS College Malta.

IMS College, which aims to offer delegates a “crash course in electronic music”, returns to the Mediterranean island from Friday 7 to Sunday 9 July after a successful debut last year.

“As IMS approaches its first decade, it feels right for us to put even more focus on inspiring the new generation of producers, performers and industry protagonists,” explains IMS co-founder Ben Turner. “IMS College Malta year one was a revelation for us: a different approach to curating a summit, considering the audience was so open to absorbing all forms of education and instruction about this incredible culture of music. We thank our partners and the government of Malta for seeing the value in taking such an approach to educate whilst we entertain.”

Up for grabs are two tickets, worth €70 each, which grant access to both days – and all associated keynotes, panels, workshops and masterclasses– and all three nights of the summit, including night-time DJ sets by Sven Vath, Agoria, Richie Ahmed and Todd Terry.

More information on the summit is available at www.internationalmusicsummit.com/college.

To enter, email jon@iq-mag.net before midnight on Wednesday 5 July with the subject line “IMS College Malta competition”.

IMS College Malta 2017 competition

 


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