Nerve Centre Joins the PRS Talent Development Network, supported by PPL

Nerve Centre Joins the PRS Talent Development Network, supported by PPL

We are delighted to be one of the organisations part of the PRS Foundation Talent Development Network, supported by PPL Momentum Music Fund.

Funding from bodies like PRS enable us to support young musical talent in Northern Ireland, helping nurture the next generation of music-makers!

In light of the good news, Nerve Centre Head of Music, Martin McGill told us:

"The Talent Development Programme is essential to nurturing the growth and advancement of Northern Irish artists. By participating, artists will gain access to a wealth of resources and experiences that are pivotal for their career progression.

This experience is more than just a stepping stone; it's a launchpad for artists to realise their dreams and make a lasting impact on the music scene. By fostering a community of collaboration and innovation, we ensure that every artist has the chance to shine and reach their highest potential."

Joe Frankland, CEO at PRS Foundation said:

“It’s fantastic to welcome the first cohort of organisations into our new Talent Development Network. We know from discussions within the sector how important longer-term support is to enable them to plan more effectively and deliver better talent development programmes for music creators.

I’m looking forward to the network developing, enabling us to see the gaps we need to address in the next intake of the 2025 cohort and ensure that no matter what their genre, background or where they are based in the UK, music creators will be able to access support from a Talent Development Network organisation on their doorstep.”

To learn more about the Talent Development Network and the other organisations who have joined the network here.