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The Artist Contract in the Digital World.

University of Westminster

Tuesday, 27 October 2015 from 18:00 to 19:30 (GMT)

The Artist Contract in the Digital World.

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General Admission (Internal Guest / Student) Ended Free  
General Admission (External Guest) Ended Free  

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A conversation between Nick Mason (Pink Floyd), Chris Ancliff (Warner Music Group) and Paul Pacifico (Featured Artists Coalition) on the evolution of the artist/record company contract.

Following on from previous successful music business related events at Westminster law School, including the Once in a Lifetime negotiation, we are delighted to be able to announce this very special event to take place in October. Chris Ancliff is the General Counsel (International) at the Warner Music Group and was previously General Counsel at EMI Group plc. Paul is the first full time CEO of the Featured Artists Coalition. Nick Mason is a renowned composer, musician and producer, who in some ways will be ‘coming home’ for the event – along with fellow architecture student Roger Waters, he held rehearsals for their band Sigma 6 in the student common room in what is now the Law School building. As part of Pink Floyd he later returned to play in the building’s grand art deco Portland Hall, where this event takes place.

It is now almost 50 years since Pink Floyd signed their first contract with EMI, and the evolution of this relationship will be discussed, along with consideration of various current issues.

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University of Westminster
Portland Hall
4-12 Little Titchfield St
W1W 7BY London
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 27 October 2015 from 18:00 to 19:30 (GMT)


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