Places are still available for the Resonate music conference which takes place in Glasgow on Thursday 14th November.
The one-day event, aimed at industry professionals, musicians, students and aspiring artists, takes place at Barras Art & Design Centre.
The third incarnation of the annual day of workshops, panel discussions, one-to-one advice sessions and presentations has the stated aim of encouraging a more collaborative Scottish music industry.
Hosted by broadcaster Janice Forsyth, a variety of famous names will impart their experience on the attendees. Music manager Simon Napier-Bell is Keynote Speaker, detailing his musical career from co-writing Dusty Springfield’s number one hit ‘You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me’ to managing The Yardbirds, Candi Staton, Sinéad O’Connor, Wham! and George Michael before moving into film direction.
Also taking part in a plethora of panels and discussions are artists ranging from Dame Evelyn Glennie to Carla J.Easton and from Stina Tweeddale out of Honeyblood to Kobi Onyame, detailing what life is really like in the music industry, while a Tech Hub will display new industry innovations, and there will be ‘Drop-In Sessions’ featuring Creative Scotland and Musicians’ Union, distributors EmuBands, FUGA and CD Baby, journalists from BBC Radio Scotland and Tenement TV, music agents like Naomi Palmer from Earth Agency, and PR expert Alan Miller of Abnormal.
Full details including ticket information can be found at www.resonatescot.co.uk