Workshop on Sustainable Careers in Music


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2013-02-26 - 2013-02-26

British Council Learning Centre, Kathmandu

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British Council is organizing a workshop on Sustainable Careers in Music by the Director of UN-Convention, Ruth Daniel, the founder and Director of Respect Music, Sharon Dean and Topley Bird, UK artist.
 
UN-Convention is a UK based community whose main goal is to bring together like minded individuals to discuss the future of independent music aimed specifically at the grass roots of the industry. UN-Convention has organized series of music events In UK, Mumbai, Groningen and is undertaking forthcoming events in Colombia, Brazil, Australia, Belgium and Argentina. Un-Convention is a not-for-profit initiative that builds upon the opportunities available for independent and grassroots music community with the changes to the way music is produced, consumed and sustained in the 21st Century.
 
Time table for the workshop and fusion performance
 
Tuesday - 26th Feb 2013
 
  1. Ruth Daniel with Martina Topley-Bird - Sustainable Careers in Music
  2. Skills of a creative entrepreneur in the digital age by Ruth Daniel
  3. How to make money from music - getting your music in TV and Film. Who pays to use music globally? How do you get paid? By Sharon Dean
 
Wednesday - 27th Feb 2013
 
  1. Building a successful festival and event by Ruth Daniel
  2. Why is songwriting and composing so important? What is copyright and why is it important. What is the role of music publisher? By Sharon Dean
 
Thursday - 28th Feb 2013
 
  1. Evening performance/jam with Martina Topley-Bird and a local band.
THURSDAY - 28TH FEB 2013 - PERFORMANCE/JAM OF MARTINA TOPLEY-BIRD (UK ARTIST ) WITH KUTUMBA
 
VENUE: PATAN DURBAR SQUARE
 
TIME: 6:00 TO 8:00 PM
 
FREE ENTRY AT THE FUSION PERFORMANCE.
 
If you want to participate in the workshop,  please British council by clicking this link: contact us