Please note i) £40 discounted deal available until Feb. 28 2016 or with use of Promotional Code whilst spaces are available ii) if demand exceeds room capacity, the course will be repeated on Monday March 21 2016 - email editor@BritishBlackMusic.com to express an interest. Promotional codes will be automatically issued to those who express an interest in this extra course
Does your new year's resolution include "making it in the music industry" this year? Meaning doing something about your sales, income, profile, or simply putting food on the table through your music or entertainment related activities.
If you don't want your new year's resolution to turn to dust before the year's out, you need to enrol on this master-class. It's aimed at the unsigned or do-it-yourself artist, musicpreneur, or those who provide artists, songwriters and producers with specialist support.
This master-class is open to anyone with an interest in developing a career in the music industry.
Are you an aspiring musician? Do you want to work in the music industry?
If you don't know your MU from your PPL, your PRS from your VPL, or your BPI from your AIM, then this master-class is for you!
If you want to know more about your options for developing a career and generating an income for yourself through your passion for music - then this master-class is for you!
This course amalgamates most of our short music industry courses (excluding Preparing A Music Business Plan Workshop). It shows how the music industry works, in order to join the dots by understanding the various careers within the music industry, the functions of the key industry organisations, income streams, and rights.
The course is accessible, and requires no prior music industry experience or qualifications. It covers:
- Music Industry Ecosystem
- Music Publishing
- Record Label Management
- Releasing A Record
- Trade Bodies & Collection Organisations
- Income Streams
- Online World
It's led by music industry tutor Kwaku (BBM/BMC & BTWSC). Kwaku holds a Music Business Management MA, Media MA and an LLM in Entertainment Law. He has taught music industry courses from pre-degree levels at City & Islington College, City University London, to post-graduate level at University Of Westminster. He has guest lectured at University Of Hertfordshire and LIPA (Liverpool institute For Performing Arts). A qualified NVQ assessor, he's also designed and delivered BTWSC's accredited and non-accredited courses.
a) Please have a heavy breakfast if necessary, as there will be a short lunch break - you may want to bring a pack lunch
b) Do bring note pads, tablets, pens etc to take notes and in-class work
c) Payment is only accepted via this Eventbrite page. Cost excludes booking and credit card charge
d) There is no refund - however, you can transfer your place to a third party
Delivered by BBM/BMC in association with Akoben Awards & BTWSC
*BTWSC is open to explore partnerships in order to deliver its OCN Level 2 accredited Music Industry Overview course: email@example.com.
British Black Music Month (BBMM) is a BritishBlackMusic.com/Black Music Congress (BBM/BMC) initiative started in 2006. It takes place throughout June into mid-July. It offers an opportunity to celebrate domestic black music, discuss issues, better understand the music industry and copyright issues, and network. It’s not aimed exclusively at Africans nor at just those in the music industry. BBMM@10 is a two year strategic partnership programme marking the 10th year in 2016-17. See www.BBM.eventbrite.com for event updates and booking.
When & Where
BBM/BMC in association with Akoben Awards
BritishBlackMusic.com/Black Music Congress online and offline - www.BritishblackMusic.com
Promoting positive black music, edu-tainment, and music industry knowlege: firstname.lastname@example.org