Studies and Reports

SOUNDON IMPACT – BY THE NUMBERS

Thank you to our partners and funders including Creative BC and the Province of British Columbia,  and the BC music community for supporting the success of the SoundON Program in 2020 and 2021.

This funding was aimed at provided BC presenters and artists with direct support to get back to doing what they do best: creating unforgettable live music experiences. The program was framed as an industry-led stimulus fund that was open to experienced live music presenters, with a specific focus on presentations from diverse regions in BC, as well as a diversity of artists and crew.

SoundON

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MUSIC BC IMPACT – BY THE NUMBERS

We’ve detailed the reach and impact of our collective programs in 2021 – including the Travel Grants Program, SoundON, Let’s Hear It! Live, our regional stage sponsorships, education and professional development initiatives and others – the graphic above.

Our organization continues to drive the music economy by providing opportunities to further the careers of BC’s music creatives & professionals.

We would like to acknowledge our partners, our members, our Staff and Board of Directors and the music community of BC at large for helping to make 2021 a successful year despite the ongoing challenges faced by our industry.

Thank you to Creative BC and the Province of British Columbia, FACTOR and the Government of Canada for their support in our 2021 programs and initiatives.

Special thanks to our 2021 Corporate Members including Blueprint, Monstercat, DMCL, Snakes & Ladders, Tonic Records, Secret Study, 604 Records and Nimbus School of Recording and Media. For more information on joining our Corporate Member program please email Kentya@musicbc.org.

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Music BC is committed to providing our members with vital up to date information on trends domestically and internationally.

CIMA – Impact & Representation of Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour Live Music Workers in Canada

CIMA & Breaking Down Racial Barriers – Anti-Black Racism In The Canadian Music Industry Vol 1 

Women In Music Canada – Advancing Gender Balance In The Canadian Music Industry

FACTOR Annual Report 2020/21

Central Okanagan Music Strategy 2021

British Columbia Arts & Culture Sector COVID-19 Impact Report Fall 2021

Music Export Guide 2021

Victoria Music Ecosystem Study Report

Creative BC Impact Report (2019/20)

Music Industry Framework – COVID-19 Reopen Guidelines

FACTOR Annual Report 2019/20

SOCAN 2019 Financial Report

BC Music Festival Survey – Economic and Socio-Cultural Report

AMPLIFY BC Impact Report (2018/19)

City of Vancouver – Underrepresented groups benefit from more than $800K in culture grants (2019)

FACTOR Annual Report 2018/19

BC Music Fund – From Design to Impact (2019)

DoBC Consumer Insights – Final Executive Report (2019)

DoBC Consumer Insights – Full Report (2019)

IFPP Global Music Report 2019

Creative BC Impact Report (2017/18)

Staying in Tune: A Study of the Music Industry Labour Market in British Columbia

Music and Tourism White Paper (2018)

Transnational Art Dialogue Study (2018)

Vancouver Music Ecosystem Study – Full Report (2018)

Vancouver Music Ecosystem Study – Executive Summary (2018)

Music BC India Market Study (2018)

Here, The Beat: The Economic Impact of Live Music in BC (2018)

Nielsen Year-End Music Report (2017)

The Mastering of a Music City (2017)

Over the Border & into the Clubs; Canada’s Music Industry and the US Market (2017)

Music in Motion: An Analysis of Exporting Canadian Independent Music (2017)

FACTOR Annual Report (2016/17)

Creative BC Impact Report (2016/17)

Re:Sound Annual Review (2016)

BC’s Music Sector From Adversity to Opportunity (2016)

Music Canada Report: The Value Gap, Its Origins, Impacts, and a Made-In-Canada Approach (2016)

BC Music Industry Profile (2014)