Our latest Big Music Master Classes on 'The Artist Health Checklist' with Mark Bounds!
Mark's background is in A&R, beginning at Sony UK in the 90s, working with Roger Sanchez, The Crystal Method, Satoshi Tomiie and Puretone, before setting up an A&R consultancy and consulting to Sony Europe, Sony Japan, BMG Australia, The Voice UK and Jeepster Recordings, to name a few.
Mark also works in the contemporary music education sector, having consulted to the British & Irish Modern Music Institute in the UK and the Academy of Contemporary Music prior to that. He sits on the Advisory Board for SXSWedu, works with Arts Council England and The Great Escape to deliver their artist development programme and has delivered panels on the future of artist development as far afield as SXSW, BIGSOUND in Australia and lots more!
Mark has a passion for learning the lessons of performance development from other industries, especially sport, and translating those lessons for the music industry to ensure that the future of performance development in music is recognized as the vital aspect it deserves to be. He is currently researching a paper on this entitled ’The Talentborrowers'
We've got a limited amount of space available for people aged 18 - 25 to come along and sit in on this exciting workshop with a Web Designer who has worked with some of the UK's most exciting brands, at Global Radio HQ in Leicester Square on 12th of October.
Join us from 5.30pm at the home of Capital, Capital XTRA, Radio X and lots more for a whistle stop tour of the studios and a chance to network with people who want to break into the creative industries... just like you!
After a tour and some mingling, Mark will look at all the minimum prerequisites an artist has to think of now when they are starting out and how all these elements are inter-related. Whether you are an aspiring artist or want to work with artists in the future, you do NOT want to miss this Master Class!
Book your space below but be quick, tickets are very limited!
Light refreshments will be provided. This event will be filmed and broadcast from The Big Music Project's channels.