Off The Record - Glasgow
100 Candleriggs, Glasgow G1 1NQ, United Kingdom
BORN TO BE WIDE CIC, THE ROYAL CONSERVATOIRE OF SCOTLAND & THE SCOTTISH MUSIC CENTRE PRESENT: OFF THE RECORD GLASGOW
Off The Record is an event for young musicians and those who want to work in the music industry, and is open to anyone aged 14-25.* (download Under 18 consent form: http://bit.ly/OTRGlas).
Taking place at the CITY HALLS on Saturday 11 February, the event will feature key figures from the music business taking part in seminars, workshops and advice sessions – all geared to demystifying the industry and providing knowledge to get started.
Admission fee includes lunch and £25 EmuBands voucher | Tickets must be bought in advance.
- Charlotte Brimner (Be Charlotte)- Chris Beltran (Atlantic Recrds/DF Concerts)- Jannica Honey (Music Photographer)- Joe Rattray (Synergy Concerts)- Michael Lambert (A Modern Way Management)- Maya Medvesek (Nightwave)- Nadine Walker (Tenement TV)- Nicky Carder (Beyond Presents)- Olaf Furniss (Scotland on Sunday)- Scott Kirkwood (Scottish Music Centre)- Tallah Brash (The Skinny)- Toni Malyn (EmuBands)
Organising & Getting GigsFind out what promoters look for, how to organise your own gig and how to avoid losing lots of money.
Releasing MusicLearn how a record label works, and how to release and sell your music.
Promoting Your MusicHow to get noticed by radio, press and future fans.
Working in MusicA look at the diverse job opportunities in music and how to get your foot in the door.
Need to Know: Collection SocietiesWhat they are and how to make money using collection societies.
Need to Know: Music PhotographyThe importance of music photography.
Visit the website for updates and more info: www.offtherecord.me
**A parental consent form is required from attendees under the age of 18, it can be downloaded here**
*We are sorry, Off The Record is not open to anyone over 25. However, we run plenty of events open to all ages. Sign up to our mailing list at www.borntobewide.co.uk for more info.
Off The Record is supported by the Scottish Government’s Youth Music Initiative (YMI) programme, which is administered by Creative Scotland.