Music Room

Youth Ensembles

Music Industry Careers Day

Join us for an interactive and informative day that will give you an insight into performing, conducting, composition, management, technical/production and much more! The day will also give you chance to learn more about courses and organisations that can help with your future career.

This day is ideal for anyone currently studying or planning to study A Level or Degree Level Music who is interested in finding out more about careers in music.

We are delighted to announce the topics and speakers for Liverpool Philharmonic Careers Day 2018!

Welcome

Peter Garden, Liverpool Philharmonic

Backstage Pass - Technical & Production

Ad Lib Audio

Interactive workshop exploring the variety of jobs and responsibilities involved in technical and production side of creative events and buildings.

What is Sync? - Music & Technology

Simon Pursehouse, Sentric
Amy Ashworth, Music Supervisor
Chris McIntosh, artist

What is synchronisation and how does it work? Find out from record labels and artists who
promote using synchronisation, and the music supervisors who work on the final product.

The Versatile Musician – Performance

Andy Stott, Royal Northern College of Music
Jennifer John Music

How important is it to keep your musical options open? This session will look at portfolio careers for musicians, and what a life as professional musician can look like. 

Owning your work – Composition/Song writing

Simon Pursehouse, Sentric
Stephen Pratt, composer

Discussions about music rights, protecting your work and how to make money out of your own music.

Transforming Lives – Music Education

Rachel Curson, Dada
Jon Herring, Drake Music

Workshop and discussion on working with children and adults with learning and physical disabilities through music.

Know your audience – Music & Marketing

Bonnie Turnbull, Liverpool Philharmonic
James Fleury, Nouvague

How much does marketing affect what music you listen to and what concerts you go to see, and how can you maximise the tricks of the trade for your own publicity?

A Creative Future
Claire Paul, BBC

SPOTLIGHT
Gary Williams, artist
Claire Paul, BBC
Brian Newman, Live Nation

Free, but must be booked in advance
7.5% per order administrative fee applies for online & telephone orders, this includes all costs and postage is free. More information about booking fees.

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