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How To Understand The Music Business

07/09/2017
Starts 05:15 PM to 09:15 PM
Ticket price
free
Age limit
14 +
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0117 935 1200
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How To Understand The Music Business

PRS for Music are delighted to invite you to our How To Understand The Music Business and our Achieving Equality – Breaking Down the Barriers of Stereotypes panels

Event details: 6:15pm – Doors open 6:45pm – 7:45pm – How To Understand The Music Business

Are you a songwriter, producer, solo artist or in a band? Or maybe you’re a music publisher, DIY label or manager? Whatever you’re doing, it’s crucial that you understand the way the music industry works. Join PRS for Music and a panel of experienced professionals to find out how the business operates and how to make it work better for you.

Panellists:

Daniel Jones (PRS for Music & Moderator)

Paul Gray (Musicians Union)

Kirsty Booth (Music Publishers Association)

Javeon (Songwriter/Artist)

8pm – 9:15pm – Achieving Equality; Breaking Down the Barriers of Stereotypes

Success in the music world is hard enough; race, gender, sexuality or disability shouldn’t be an additional barrier but, for many, those things still are. And even though the music industry is slowly adapting and changing, there is much more that needs to be done.

Join PRS for Music and a panel of industry professionals who will share their own experiences on the challenges faced and explore ways that we might move forward to overcome them.

Panellists:

Laura Lewis-Paul (Saffron Records)

Tanya Lacey (Singer/Songwriter)

Tony Briscoe (Producer/Songwriter/Mentor)

Maxie Gedge (PRS Foundation/Gravy Records/Musician)

Claire Rose (PRS for Music) Andy Ellis (Moderator)

9:15pm – 10:15pm – Networking The evening closes with a networking session and the opportunity to meet the panellists and various music industry organisations.

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