BBC Radio 1 Academy: Afternoon Session at Leeds Beckett Students' Union
Monday 17th September
- Venue/Location: Leeds Beckett Students' Union, Leeds
- Doors: 13:30 till 18:00 (Last entry: 14:00)
- Min Age: 16
Radio 1 Academy ft. performances from Circa Waves, Lewis Capaldi and Q&As with BBC and a range of industry experts - Monday 17th September 2018
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Lineup and Details for BBC Radio 1 Academy: Afternoon Session
Interested in a career in the Music Industry? The BBC Radio 1 Academy is coming to Leeds with a range of industry experts offering insight and advice into roles working within Music. Hear from experts from BBC, Parlophone Records, Boileroom, Kendall Calling, Live at Leeds, DIY mag and loads more! There will be exclusive live performances from Circa Waves, Lewis Capaldi and Black Honey.
All hosted by Radio 1 DJ’s Abbie McCarthy and Greg James.
MONDAY 17th SEPTEMBER 2018
Tickets are FREE! Choose from either the AM session 11:00 – 15:00 or the PM session 14:00 – 18:00 OR get tickets for both!
The event will be held at Leeds Becket Students Union and everyone is welcome. Lunch provided.
Afternoon Session - 14:00 – 18:00
This is your opportunity to get 1 on 1 time with the industry experts you will hear speak in the following discussions.
LIVE: Circa Waves
After a run of summer festivals, Kieran and Joe from Circa Waves will be doing a special acoustic performance for us. They will also be chatting to BBC Radio 1 DJ Greg James about their success and the people that have helped them along the way.
PANEL DISCUSSION: Music Curation
What is a Music Curator? How do they decide on music for playlist or a gig line-up? How do you get a job in it? How do you get your music heard by curators? All questions answered by the experts detailed below with more to be announced;
Jasmine Srih – At just 25, Jasmine is a curator at global live dance music streaming platform, Boiler Room. Jasmine puts on regular events across UK with full control of the line-up.
Rob Khan – Rob is currently with Parlophone Records as Music Streaming Lead helping to shape streaming campaigns for the likes of David Guetta, Lily Allen, Mac Miller, Bebe Rexha, Gorillaz and more. Previously he worked for Spotify curating playlists with a combined reach of 8.5 million.
PANEL DISCUSSION: Live Music Management
Our panel will discuss the work that goes into pulling together live music events and festivals. They will explore the roles available in this industry and the different paths to get there. Panellists already confirmed are;
Sally Bryant – Sally is a Promoter at Leeds based live events company Futuresound Group. Futuresound deliver a range of amazing events in the North including Slam Dunk Festival and Live at Leeds.
Meredith ‘Meds’ Peterson – As Operations Manager at ‘From the Fields’, Meds has worked on the organisation of some of the North’s most loved festivals including Kendall Calling and Bluedot.
LIVE: Black Honey
Fresh from a string of festivals, 4 piece indie rock band Black Honey play us out in style.
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Leeds Beckett Students' Union
Leeds Beckett Students' Union, Portland Level One, City Campus, Woodhouse Lane, LS1 3HE
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