Liverpool Philharmonic Event to Highlight Music Industry Careers
The Liverpool Philharmonic Music Industry Careers Fest takes place this Saturday 1 February in the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall. The day-long event is now in its fifth year and is aimed at those wishing to start or develop a career in the music industry. Speakers are from a number of organisations including Ticketmaster, UK Music, University of Liverpool and Manchester Collective, as well as the Liverpool Philharmonic.
The day will consist of eleven sessions, beginning with a welcome by Head of Learning at the Liverpool Philharmonic, Lucy Geddes. An interactive session on technical production will be the first session of the day, looking into working with light and sound desks and hosted by Dave Woodward, Emma Carey and Michael Woods of the Liverpool Philharmonic.
Participants can also attend talks on how to start a music ensemble with Adam Szabo of the Manchester Collective, health and wellbeing as a musician, led by physiotherapist Dr Sarah Upjohn, and can also learn about music distribution and consumption with HR professional Brian Newman, Vanessa Bakewell of Facebook and video producer Ben Horrigan of Studio 91 Media.
Sessions and performances
Other sessions throughout the day include topics such as programming and managing musical and cultural events, accessing training and education as a young musician, and a one-on-one event where participants can talk to industry professionals.
There will also be performances by poetry and rap artist David Sebuyange, singer-songwriter Isabelle Tarran and composer and producer Ey5z.
For further information and ticketing, visit www.liverpoolphil.com/music-industry-careers-fest/
Published on 28 January 2020