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Berklee Online’s ‘The Future of Music’ panel sessions at Tileyard

Berklee Online’s ‘The Future of Music’ panel sessions at Tileyard

24th May 2017 - 24th May 2017

Location: London
Venue: Tileyard Studios

Berklee Online at Berklee College of Music is heading to London’s Tileyard Studios to present an interactive panel session on two key sectors within the music industry, Live and Sync.

Both sessions will bring together industry professionals working within each sector to discuss a number of current standards, themes, tools and strategy, along with their own personal views and experiences that they’ve learned along the way.

If you’re an executive working in either sector, or considering taking your first steps in a career in the Live or Sync industry, these panel sessions are not to be missed.

Both sessions will provide the opportunity to learn essential advice and tips from professionals working in each sector.

“We’ve had the pleasure of teaching some of the UK’s most prominent musicians and producers, including Fraser T. Smith, who won a Grammy award with Adele,” said senior director of marketing, Jana Jackson.

“Our goal with this UK endeavour is to connect with current and prospective students, as well as potential partners, to help us showcase our online school and how we can positively impact U.K. musician’s careers.”

The panel sessions are as follows:

Panel 1: Contemporary Trends in Publishing & Sync – 4:30 - 5:45 pm
Chair: Ru Hollier at Metropolis
– Matthew Lawrenson at DOLCE/Goldstein
– Roy Lidstone-Jackson at A&G Sync
– Rosie Hill at Sentric
– Phylicia Chong at Secret Road
– Harriet Moss at Manners Mcdade

Panel 2: Live Sector Revue: UK Festivals & Touring – 6:00 - 7:15 pm
Chair: Jon Chapel at IQ Magazine
– Bev Burton at Killer Bee
– Claire Courtney at Earth Agency
– David Manders at Liquid Management
– Karma Bertelsen at Kili Live

Berklee Online’s ‘The Future of Music’ panel sessions take place at Tileyard Studios, London N7 9AH, on Wednesday, 24th May.

Entry starts at 4pm and free fro both sessions, however space is limited.

To book a position follow the link here: