Press release | Culture | 8. October 2021

Pan-African Music Conference ACCES in South Africa at the end of November

"She doesn't write songs, she captures them." South African singer and producer Msaki will be in concert at the ACCES 2021 conference.
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From November 25-27, Johannesburg will host the Music In Africa Conference For Collaboration, Exchange and Showcases (ACCES), one of the most important events for the pan-African music industry. More than 80 artists and over 50 speakers will be performing.

ACCES offers professionals from the African and global music industry the opportunity to discover new trends and talents, make business connections and exchange ideas. Industry talks, pitch and networking sessions, workshops, concerts and an exhibition are among the highlights of the multifaceted program. ACCES is organized by the Music In Africa Foundation in collaboration with the Siemens Stiftung, the Goethe-Institut and Reeperbahn Festival International.

More information about the program and registration for ACCES 2021 is available:

About the Music In Africa Foundation

Music In Africa is the African music sector’s leading platform for information and exchange with more than 27,000 online profiles of creative artists, current news from the music sector, and in-depth articles written by African authors about music on the African continent. Music In Africa aims to support those active in the African music sector through knowledge exchange and opportunities for collaboration. In addition to the online platform, this includes training opportunities, workshops, conferences, and concerts.

Together with Goethe-Institut, Siemens Stiftung set the founding impulse for Music In Africa, helped set up the Music In Africa Foundation as the supporting organization, and has provided the project with financial, strategic, and organizational assistance since 2011.

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