The sixth event in the Leeds Cultural Conversations series 2019/20.Presented…
Music:Leeds Launchpad Conference
28 Mar 2020 10am - 6pm
For the last ten years, we have been involved in delivering the Unconference, the biggest free music industry event in the North.
In 2020, we're changing things - rebranding the event and moving it forward as Music:Leeds Launchpad Conference.
If you are involved in music at any level and hope to gain a better understanding of the music industries – as an artist, producer, manager, promoter, enthusiast or otherwise, you can come to our event to find out more from leading experts and professionals.
Expect the same format, more topics about the music industry, more personal and career development and more workshops - building on the success Music:Leeds Launchpad has had supporting artists with opportunities at Inner City Electronic, Black Music Festival, Live At Leeds, Jazz Leeds, Pub In The Park and more.
If you want to find out more about how our Launchpad program supports emerging artists and industry professionals check out: https://www.musicleeds.com/launchpad
If you want to see what we've done at previous Unconference events check out: https://www.musicleeds.com/unconference
Speakers at Unconference events have included attendees from Spotify, PRS For Music, Kaiser Chiefs, BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, Musicians Union, Metronomy, Coda Agency, Reading / Leeds Festival, Association of Independent Music, PRS Foundation, TuneCore, The Leaf Label, Arts Council England, Music Managers Forum, Help Musicians UK, Studio 12 & more
Entry is free to attend, but you need to register.
Invite your friends on Facebook, here: https://www.facebook.com/events/4926633037371781/
Music:Leeds Launchpad Conference is supported by UK Music Music Academic Partnership, Leeds Beckett University and Leeds College of Music with funding from PRS Foundation, Youth Music and additional support from Leeds City Council & Leeds 2023.
We hope to offer childcare at the event - if this would enable you to attend the event where it would otherwise cause problems, please let email us and / or let us know on the registration form.
If you would like to discuss any access requirements with us, please email us email@example.com
Whilst events are being cancelled because of Corona Virus we strongly advise that you check directly with the organiser to see if the venue is still open.
- Wheelchair access
Wheelchair access - both venues have full wheelchair access, as well as wheelchair accessible toilet facilities.
Hearing loop - Leeds College of Music Venue is fitted with an infrared audio system. Patrons can independently control the level of volume required from their seat by using a headset.
Guide dogs are admitted to both venues.
- Free Event
- Wheelchair access
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