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Wednesday, 04 Nov 2020
Wednesday, 02 Dec 2020
The Press Play webinar series is for music students, graduates and musicians who are interested in a career in music leading. Expect buckets of inspiration and invaluable advice from a range of music leaders and organisations who can provide advice ...
The Press Play webinar series is for music students, graduates and musicians who are interested in a career in music leading.
Expect buckets of inspiration and invaluable advice from a range of music leaders and organisations who can provide advice on how to successfully find your career path in a variety of settings. Webinars will feature specialists from music education settings as well as health and community settings where participatory arts projects take place.
Firstly, on Wednesday 4th November, join Lucy Drever (freelance workshop leader and presenter) in conversation with Daisy Swift (Wigmore Hall), Nina Swann (Live Music Now) and others to discuss how to succeed as a music leader, what organisations look for when hiring freelance musicians and what progression routes there are for those looking to become a music leader. Taking place 4pm-5pm via Zoom.
Then, on Wednesday 18th November, join Adam Saunders as he talks to musical facilitators James Moriarty and Natasha Lohan about music leading in community settings. Hear about projects run by Trinity Laban such as our Inspired not Tired programme and Singing for Lung Health, as well as tips on how to establish yourself as a music leader, and what other programmes there are to get involved in via other organisations. Taking place 4pm-5pm via Zoom.
And finally, on Wednesday 2nd December, join Lucy Drever in conversation with Omar Shahryar (composer and facilitator), TL alumn Arthur O’Hara, Claire Furlong (National Youth Jazz Orchestra) and Ruth Hardie (Southbank Centre) to discuss what it takes to become a successful music leader when working with children, and what organisations look for when employing freelance musicians for projects with young people. Taking place 4pm-5pm via Zoom.
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