NUSIC Academy workshop – Radio

Tuesday 5 March 2019

5:15 pm : Main Stage

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NUSIC ACADEMY WORKSHOP AND ADVICE FAIR:

NUSIC helps Nottingham musicians acquire knowledge, skills and contacts to get their music wherever they want it to go. The theme for the March Q&A panel is ‘Radio’. Music industry experts will advise you on how to get your music on the radio.

Featuring…

– Phil Taggart – Host of BBC Radio 1’s ‘Chillest Show’ and ‘Hype Chart’.

– Sophie K – Kerrang! Breakfast radio host, plus Radio 1 Cover Presenter.

– James Farrelly – Digital Streaming Manager at Ministry of Sound (Sony Music UK)

*Please note unfortunatley Snoochie from BBC R1 Xtra can no longer make this event due to a diary clash*

Nusic Academy is supported by PRS Foundations ‘Talent Development Partner’ Network’.

ADVICE FAIR – Like a freshers fair, loads of ‘musician helping’ organisations for you to meet and get advice from, eg. how they can help you. From Arts Council England to Musicians Union (full list below)

The Workshop will focus on advice on what you should, and shouldn’t do, to get your music on the radio.

Alongside this, before and after, we will also run the Nusic Advice Fair offering you the chance to get free informal one on one expert advice. Previous entities have included…

– Arts Council England
– BBC Introducing
– Confetti
— Forever Records
– Inspire Youth Arts
– Leftlion
– Musicians Union
– Nusic
– PRS For Music Foundation
– Young Creative Awards

Full confirmed lineup coming soon.

This is a FREE TICKETED event. Most of our Workshops sell out (in a free way) in advance so please register ASAP to make sure you get a place.

TIMES:

– Doors Open (Advice Fair & Surgeries [tbc] begin) – 5.30pm
– Workshop Question and Answer Panel Session (Advice Fair halts) – 6.00pm
– ‘Love Spreading’ – 7.15pm
– Networking (Surgeries [tbc] & Advice Fair resume) – 7.30pm
– Close – 8.30pm

 

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NUSIC Academy workshop – Radio

NUSIC ACADEMY WORKSHOP AND ADVICE FAIR:

NUSIC helps Nottingham musicians acquire knowledge, skills and contacts to get their music wherever they want it to go. The theme for the March Q&A panel is ‘Radio’. Music industry experts will advise you on how to get your music on the radio.

Featuring…

– Phil Taggart – Host of BBC Radio 1’s ‘Chillest Show’ and ‘Hype Chart’.

– Sophie K – Kerrang! Breakfast radio host, plus Radio 1 Cover Presenter.

– James Farrelly – Digital Streaming Manager at Ministry of Sound (Sony Music UK)

*Please note unfortunatley Snoochie from BBC R1 Xtra can no longer make this event due to a diary clash*

Nusic Academy is supported by PRS Foundations ‘Talent Development Partner’ Network’.

ADVICE FAIR – Like a freshers fair, loads of ‘musician helping’ organisations for you to meet and get advice from, eg. how they can help you. From Arts Council England to Musicians Union (full list below)

The Workshop will focus on advice on what you should, and shouldn’t do, to get your music on the radio.

Alongside this, before and after, we will also run the Nusic Advice Fair offering you the chance to get free informal one on one expert advice. Previous entities have included…

– Arts Council England
– BBC Introducing
– Confetti
— Forever Records
– Inspire Youth Arts
– Leftlion
– Musicians Union
– Nusic
– PRS For Music Foundation
– Young Creative Awards

Full confirmed lineup coming soon.

This is a FREE TICKETED event. Most of our Workshops sell out (in a free way) in advance so please register ASAP to make sure you get a place.

TIMES:

– Doors Open (Advice Fair & Surgeries [tbc] begin) – 5.30pm
– Workshop Question and Answer Panel Session (Advice Fair halts) – 6.00pm
– ‘Love Spreading’ – 7.15pm
– Networking (Surgeries [tbc] & Advice Fair resume) – 7.30pm
– Close – 8.30pm

 

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