Are you looking to start a career within the music industry? Studying music and want to know more about the business? Recently graduated and want to know how to get into work or set up business? The Making the Tranzition Music Industry Seminar is here to help! (& its FREE)

The Making the Tranzition seminar is all about how to make the transition into work or employment within the music industry. Speaking at the seminar will be a selected number of key local music industry figures. They will share with you their stories and experiences within the music industry. Their knowledge will give you an insight into working within the music industry and will help you to make decisions to further your career, increase your own employability and create new work opportunities.

Making the Tranzition Music Industry Seminar
Featuring Guest Speakers:

GAVIN MONOGHAN – Top class recording engineer/producer (Editors, The Twang)

JOE ROBERTSON – Live Sound Engineer (Chemical Brothers, Drop Beats Not Bombs)

ROBIN VALK – Radio DJ, Producer and Programmer (BRMB, BBC Radio 2)

CLARE EDWARDS – Gigbeth Festival Founder (Birmingham Young Professional of the Year)

ANDREW DUBBER – Online and new digital media specialist (B.C.U, New Music Strategies)

JON COTTON – Record producer, composer & arranger (Scott Matthews, Artisan Audio)

JOHN MOSTYN – Renowned music manager and entrepreneur (The Beat, Fine Young Cannibals)

Covering topics such as Studio Recording, Live Sound Engineering, Record Production, Artist Development & Management, Music Promotion & Marketing, Radio Production, Record Labels, Online Distribution & Digital Media, Event Management & Gig Promotion plus a range of other related industry topics.

Saturday 8th March 2008 (10:00am – 5:00pm) @ South Birmingham College, Digbeth Campus, High Street Deritend, Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 5SU

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We look forward to hearing from you
Matt Smith
Seminar Co-Ordinator
t. 07725-987-244