Stefania Passamonte elected to BPI Council and Alice Dyson re-elected25 November 2021 - Press release
Independent and major record labels association the BPI today announces Stefania Passamonte as a newly elected member on BPI Council representing independent labels and the re-election of Alice Dyson.
Stefania (Director Master Chord Records, Founder London Performing Academy of Music, and musician) said: "I am delighted and honoured to be elected to represent my fellow Indie Labels at the table of the BPI Council. I will ensure their trust is well placed in my longstanding experience in the music industry, working together to make positive and productive steps through Brexit and the post-pandemic world."
She takes over from long-serving member Iain McNay (Founder & Chairman Cherry Red Records), who recently stood down having been first elected in 2013.
Stefania will join Alice Dyson (Chief Operations Officer One Media IP Ltd), who has been re-elected as one of the Council's six independent label members (alongside six major label representatives).
Alice said: "I'm thrilled to be able to continue working with the BPI to ensure the voices of independent music companies are heard."
Ged Doherty, Chairman of BPI, said: "We congratulate Stefania on her election and look forward to the new perspective she will bring with her background as a musician and in music education. We also welcome back Alice and the valued contribution she makes. Along with all our other elected and co-opted members, we have a board that reflects a breadth of talent and experience drawn from many parts of UK recorded music.
"Finally I would like to place on record the BPI's sincere thanks to Iain McNay for his many years of dedicated service on Council and his tireless championing of the independent label community."
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