Meet and network with experts from the music industry!

February 17, 2017
NUSIC Academy Workshop
NUSIC Academy Workshop - November 2016 - Photographer Sam Nahirny

Want to get advice from some of the top experts in the music industry?

Join Radio 1 & 1Xtra Producer Kate Holder, 1Xtra DJ & Future Bounce founder Jamz Supernova, Radio X’s New Music DJ John Kennedy, and Metal Hammer Features Editor Eleanor Goodman at the NUSIC Academy Workshop and learn from the best! Also, you can network, form collaborations with people from the music industry, and meet ‘music helping’ organisations who want to help you make it in the music industry!

This Workshop will aim to teach you about the art of getting media exposure and best of all, it’s FREE – bring your mates down!

‘Getting Media Exposure’ is on Wednesday 8 March, as part of Industry Week, at Nottingham Trent Students’ Union 6.30pm – 9.30pm

Academy Workshop

The Workshop will take its usual public Q&A format aiming to help you acquire the knowledge, skills and contacts you need to take your music to the next level. You’ll be joined by Producer Kate Holder, DJ’s Jamz Supernova & John Kennedy, and Features Editor Eleanor Goodman who’ll advise you on how to get media exposure for your music! NUSIC’s very own Mark Del will be chairing the panel.

Advice Fair

Alongside the Workshop, before and after, there’ll also be the NUSIC Advice Fair which offers you the chance to get free informal one-to-one expert advice. Like a fresher’s fair, it’ll be full of companies who’ll be looking to give you great advice on all things music.

Check out some of the organisations you can expect on the right. The full, confirmed line-up will be announced closer to the time.

NUSIC WORKSHOP
Nusic Workshop

Love Spreading

After the Academy Workshop there will be 15 minutes of ‘Love Spreading’ – you’re probably thinking what’s that? Well NUSIC has a general philosophy of trying to spread as much positive energy as possible. This means connecting people, always looking for the positive and always acknowledging sources of help, assistance and/or knowledge.

At Workshops the focus is on connecting people – so before the advice fair starts NUSIC will shout out any promoters, media experts, musicians in the room who you might want to meet. We also give you the chance to shout out if you’re looking for someone to collaborate with – you could be sitting next to your perfect lead guitarist and not even know it. This could be the start to you building great connections that might otherwise not happen without spreading the love.

This is a FREE ticketed event – usually the Workshops get fully booked in advance so please register ASAP to make sure you reserve a place – book here.