Making Music Your Career [2 day event]

Making Music Your Career [2 day event]

Music in the University | College of Arts | School of Culture & Creative Arts
Date: Monday 11 April 2022 - Tuesday 12 April 2022
Time: 10:30 - 16:30
Venue: University Concert Hall
Category: Concerts and music, Conferences, Public lectures, Social events, Academic events, Student events, Alumni events, Open days and visits, Staff workshops and seminars

Making Music Your Career

This two day event, programmed by Music Development and academic Music, will be both in person and live streamed from the UofG Concert Hall in the Main Building. It is open to anyone who is interested in making their career in music, whether you are studying music or not. We will livestream our sessions via the University of Glasgow Music Youtube channel for those who cannot make it in person.

Both days include free self serve coffee/tea and a short musical performance. Turn up for the whole thing, or just come along to the sessions which interest you. Coming in person will allow you to ask questions to our panels, and get advice specific to you and your interests.

Making Music Your Career 

Day 1: Monday 11 April

10.30am  Welcome: Self serve coffee 
11.00am  INSIGHTS: Being a freelancer: Calum Robertson and Andy Saunders
12.00       PANEL: Working in Classical Music: Dunedin Consort, Scottish Opera and Leon Reimer
1.00pm    Break with performance by Live Music Now Scotland
2.00pm    PANEL: Working in Music Education: Dunedin Consort, Live Music Now Scotland and Cathy PB
3.00pm    PRACTICAL: CV Session with Dr Louise Harris and Cathy PB (nonprofits)
4.00pm    ADVICE Sessions: Sign up for 10mins chat with one of our team about your options. Sign up on the day with our Event Team.

Day 2: Tuesday 12 April

10.30am Welcome: Self serve coffee
11.00am  PANEL: Working in Sonic Arts, Electronic Music and Pop with Green Door Studio, Kim Moore and Dr John Williamson
12.00      PANEL: Career in Music Academia with Prof Nick Fells, Dr Eva Moreda Rodriguez and Dr Jane Stanley
1.00pm.  Break with performance from student ensemble
2.00pm.  INSIGHTS: Self Releasing Music with Matthew Whiteside
3.30pm.  PRACTICAL: Applying for Funding with Dr Jane Stanley (artistic/academia) and Cathy PB (nonprofits)
4.30pm   ADVICE Sessions: Sign up for 10mins chat with one of our team about your options. Sign up on the day with our Event Team.

This whole two day event is FREE, no need to book, just turn up!

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