Off The Record Edinburgh takes place on Saturday 09 December at South Bridge Resource & Education Centre (6 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1LT) for anyone aged 14-25 interested in a career in music.
The event will focus on key themes including releasing music, organising/getting gigs, promotion, artist development tips and the many career options within the music business.
Ross Leighton - Fatherson
Amy Ferguson - Producer, BBC Radio Scotland
Chris Beltran - Promoter, DF Concerts
Nicky Carder - Artist Manager and Promoter, Beyond Presents
Jannica Honey - Music Photographer
Ally Gray - EmuBands
Toni Malyn - EmuBands
- Admission £2 (includes lunch), order tickets here.
- All attendees will also receive a £25 EmuBands voucher.
- For all the latest updates, join our Facebook event.
- Parental consent forms are required from all attendees under the age of 18. You can download one here.
Releasing Music with EmuBands:
Find out how EmuBands can distribute your music to iTunes, Spotify and more...
Ally Gray (EmuBands)
Need to Know Presentation:
Music Photography - The importance of pictures for getting press.
Jannica Honey (Photographer)
A&R - Submit Your Music
A panel of industry figures listen to your songs and provide constructive feedback.
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS
Songwriting and Craft:
A conversation looking at how to progress as an artist or help improve an artist you represent, from developing songwriting skills, to industry professionalism and the art of songwriting and co-writing.
Ross Leighton (Fatherson)
Advice on the most effective way to approach promoters and gig bookers including helpful hints and tips to help you stand out from the crowd.
Nicky Carder ('Skjør' management / Beyond Presents)
Chris Beltran (DF Concerts)
Promoting Yourself and Your Music:
A discussion focusing on how best to get noticed by radio, press and media, utilising data and building a team around what you do.
Toni Malyn (EmuBands)
Working in Music:
A look at the diverse job opportunities in music and how to get your foot in the door. From performing to producing, journalism and technician work.
Amy Ferguson (BBC Radio Scotland)