Alan McGee and Korda Marshall are among the speakers confirmed for this year’s Resonate music conference, scheduled to take place on Thursday 18th November.
The fifth annual incarnation of the event, aimed at industry professionals, musicians, students and aspiring artists, will be a ‘hybrid’ conference, including one one in-person day at the new host venue – Platform (formerly The Arches), on Glasgow’s Argyle Street.
The ‘live’ educational day will include practical workshops, panel discussions, one to one advice sessions and presentations, while a digital programme will run alongside, via the virtual event platform Hopin.
As well as Korda Marshall of Infectious Music and Creation Records founder Alan McGee who’ll deliver the conference’s closing keynote speech, more than 80 speakers are confrimed for the event, including Rebecca Dixon of Various Artists Management, Dave Pichilligni of Modern Sky and digital analyst Alex Brees (who worked with Katy Perry, Bastille and Andrea Bocelli at Universal, and Steve Farris, who has worked with Snow Patrol and Belle and Sebastian.
Shereen Cutkelvin & Phoebe Inglis-Holmes will host BBC Introducing Presents panels Hear Me Now? The Rise Of Hip Hop In Scotland and Sound Of The Underground respectively, while A&R will be represented by Adelaide Deffond and Clément Le Gall of Universal France will join the Resonate International section via Zoom, while Aly Gillani of Bandcamp will also take part.
Tickets are on sale now at www.resonatescot.co.uk/tickets, priced at £50 for a day pass, £35 for students, and an online-only pass is just £10.