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PRS Foundation's Talent Development Conference 2019

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PRS Foundation's Talent Development Conference 2019 in Sheffield

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PRS Foundation presents…

The Talent Development Conference 2019

ACCELERATING CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT

Thursday 26th September | Sheffield | 10.30am-5.00pm

KO:HOST at Kollider, Sheffield City Centre

PRS Foundation’s Talent Development Conference is an annual, landmark day of Panels, Keynotes and Networking Opportunities, presented with contributions from our network of Talent Development Partners.

The conference connects music organisations, policy-makers, music creators and talent development pioneers working across the UK, and covering all genres and career levels.

Join us this year in Sheffield to take a fresh look at shared challenges and opportunities for the music sector. Covering a range of topics, we will focus on the need to put meaningful creative support at the centre of talent development approaches.

Tickets are £15 each

This covers entry and a lunch token so delegates can choose from acclaimed in-house independent kitchens at Kommune in Kollider

Full Schedule:

10.30-11.00am: Conference Registration, Coffees & Networking

11.00am: Introduction from Joe Frankland, CEO, PRS Foundation

Talent Development In South Yorkshire

Sheffield and South Yorkshire should rightly be proud of its musical heritage, with great talent coming through and great large and small venues. In 2018, Mayor of Sheffield, Dan Jarvis and UK Music came together to launch the Sheffield City Region Music Board in order to project the region’s musical potential onto the national stage.

Following the Sheffield City Region Music Report Launch (9.45-10.45am: RSVP here ), we kick off our conference by delving deeper into the talent development needs of the region…

11.10-11.20am: Keynote from Dan Jarvis, MBE, Mayor of Sheffield City Region

Elected as the first Mayor of Sheffield City Region in May 2018, Dan Jarvis MP will outline the newly created Music Board’s key objectives, findings from the collaborative report with UK Music, and his commitment to supporting talent in Sheffield City Region.

11.20am-12.15pm: Panel - Meeting talent development needs in South Yorkshire

In this panel, those with close links to the area will discuss why the City Region Music Board was created and what are the recommendations so far, how is talent development at the centre of plans for the City Region and what does South Yorkshire have to offer that makes it different from other regions?

With Guests:

Sarah Brooksbank, Artist Manager (Bat For Lashes, Fat White Family)

Coco, Artist

Rebecca Lucy Taylor aka SELF ESTEEM, Artist

Jo Towler, Music in the Round

Michael Dugher, UK Music

Moderator: Kevin Le Gendre, Journalist/Broadcaster (BBC Radio 3)

12.15-12.45pm: Artists’ perspective with Queen Zee and CHAINES

A discussion focussing on gender identity in music: what are the realities and what are the barriers? How can those working in talent development be more inclusive? And how have two exciting music creators and LGBTQ+ champions navigated their careers so far?

With guests:

Queen Zee

CHAINES

Moderator: Clare Crane, BBC 6 Music News

12.45-12.50pm: Hi-Five w/ Rich Legate, Attitude is Everything

To celebrate those pushing boundaries within the talent development sector, we offer soapbox opportunities to provoke debate and inspire delegates to change the music industry. First up is Rich Legate from Attitude is Everything whose recent Next Level Artist Survey results have resulted in further discussions around improving access to talent development and funding programmes.

12.50-1.45pm: Panel – Accelerating Creative Development

We all know that music creators must wear many hats to stay ahead of audience and industry trends to forge long-term careers. Access to information and support is improving, and it’s never been easier to record, release and perform.

But with so much new music out there, are we encouraging mediocrity if we forget to offer meaningful creative development opportunities to help exceptional talent?

With Guests:

Rakhi Singh, Composer

Nicole Raymond (aka DJ NikNak), Artist

Ben Lunn, Composer

Yaw Owusu, The Playmaker Group and LIMF Academy

Moderator: Phil Taggart, BBC Radio 1

1.45-2.45pm: Lunch

Delegates receive a lunch token for the acclaimed in-house independent kitchens at Kommune in Kollider

Supported by PRS for Music, PPL and The MPA

2.45-2.55pm: Hi-Five w/ Fay Milton (Savages), Music Declares Emergency

Our second Hi-Five session platforms the recently launched Music Declares Emergency campaign and we’re pleased to have Savages drummer, Fay Milton joining us to inspire delegates promote the cultural change needed to create a better future.

2.55-3.40pm: Championing Collaboration - Working together in the UK (in association with PPL)

One huge success of PRS Foundation’s Talent Development Partner network has been strategic collaborations between partner organisations which have benefitted hundreds of music creators here in the UK. Two afternoon sessions highlight positive examples to encourage more joined up thinking.

First up, hear from those working to foster and benefit from collaborative approaches to talent development in the UK, featuring presentations and discussions with:

Owen Parry, Multi-Track Bristol

Jo Nockels, Opera North

Shirley Tetteh (aka Nardeydey), Artist

Moderator: Simon Pursehouse, Sentric Music

3.40-3.45pm: Key Industry Body Introductions

Ahead of our Networking Coffee Break, meet Talent Development Conference Sponsors and PRS Foundation ‘Sister Organisation’ colleagues from PRS for Music, PPL and The MPA.

3.45-4.00pm: Coffee Break

Sponsored by PRS for Music, PPL and The MPA

4.00-4.05pm: Hi-Five: Keychange w/ Maxie Gedge, PRS Foundation

As the PRS Foundation-initiated Keychange programme enters its second phase, Keychange UK Project Manager Maxie Gedge looks back at the successes of Phase 1 and challenge delegates to think about ways in which they can get involved in the Keychange 50:50 by 2022 pledge.

4.05-4.50pm: Championing Collaboration - Opportunities to Collaborate Internationally

From showcasing and touring to residencies and writing camps, an increasing number of opportunities are on offer for music creators ready to broaden their horizons and take advantage of new way to collaborate and reach audiences.

In this session, we explore how we can work together to encourage global thinking and to break down barriers.

With Guests:

Crispin Parry, British Underground

Soosan Lolavar, Classical:NEXT Fellow

Gareth Bonello, Musician in Residence China

Moderator: Becci Scotcher, PRS Foundation

4.50pm: Conference Wrap-Up

PRS Foundation's Talent Development Conference is proud to support BBC Music Day.

The conference is also part of Sheffield Makes Music – as such expect plenty of performances and lots of creative activity all day.

Details subject to change

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Additional activities & recommended events

Wednesday 25th September

Yorkshire Music Forum & PRS Foundation present…

AVALANCHE PARTY

plus THE SEAMONSTERS, LIO & ISAAC SAIERRE

Leadmill, Sheffield

6.30pm-10.30pm

https://www.leadmill.co.uk/event/avalanche-party/

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Thursday 26th September

Sheffield City Region Music Report launch

9.45-10.45am

Kommune, Castle House, Angel St, Sheffield, S3 8LS

Free Event – Register here

Join Mayor Dan Jarvis, UK Music and members of the Sheffield City Region Music Board for the launch of the first report into the region's music sector.

There will be a keynote speech from Mayor Jarvis and details about the key findings of the report from Michael Dugher Chief Executive of UK Music. The event will then conclude with a question and answer session with members of the SCR Music Board, UK Music and the PRS Foundation as well as live music from Floodhounds.

Attendees are then encouraged to attend the full PRS Foundation Talent Development Conference (registrations until 11am for an 11am start)

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PRS Foundation, BBC Music Introducing & PRS for Music present…

Songwriting Masterclass

5.30-7.00pm

KO:HOST at Kollider, Castle House, Castle St, Sheffield, S3 8LS

Invite Only

With Guest Songwriting and Writer-Producers:

Jake Gosling (Ed Sheeran, The Libertines, Shawn Mendes, James Bay, One Direction, Wiley)

Rebecca Lucy Taylor (aka SELF ESTEEM)

Emma Stakes (Gary Barlow, Nicole Sherzinger, Craig David)

Moderated by Emily Pilbeam, BBC Music Introducing/BBC Leeds

With Dan Jones, PRS for Music

PRS Foundation, in association with BBC Music Introducing have selected exciting artists and songwriters from across Yorkshire to hear from expert songwriters and writer-producers, picking up creative tips and learning how to forge long-term careers as songwriters.

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Sheffield Makes Music

PRS Foundation’s Talent Development Conference is working alongside SHEFFIELD MAKES MUSIC, an annual celebration of the city’s music makers and audiences which takes over Sheffield City Centre on BBC Music Day and is presented by The University of Sheffield

https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/makes-music

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Friday 17th September-Saturday 5th October

SENSORIA 2019

Supported by PRS Foundation’s Open Fund for Organisations, Sensoria is the UK’s festival of film and music. Sensoria’s natural home is Sheffield – a city renowned for its creative and technical innovation and one rich in musical heritage. The festival has risktaking and innovation at its core – it is informal and informative; Sensoria loves to provide access, raise aspiration and work to encourage new talent on an ongoing basis.

http://www.sensoria.org.uk

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