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In the absence of live gigs, online performances are vital to keeping an artist’s music or an organisation’s brand out there.
There are a lot of streamed events happening at the moment, but how do you find the right platform, achieve the quality control, interact with your audience and ultimately make your stream unique?
In this workshop Anna Moulson, an independent live music promoter, will share her experiences of the online performance space. Anna will be joined by guests from the online performance and virtual events world.
In this session you’ll learn about:
- The different platforms available and what they offer
- What makes a quality and unique streamed show
- Ways of marketing your event and interacting with audiences
Hosted by Remi Harris MBE, this workshop is aimed at independent artists, promoters, managers, brands and small music venues.
You may submit a question in advance or during the session. We cannot guarantee that all questions will be answered.
How to take part
We’ll be using online video software Zoom, so please ensure you have downloaded the app on a desktop or mobile ahead of the session. We will email you a link to the meeting room closer to the date.
We’re committed to supporting and meeting the needs of people with learning difficulties or disabilities. Please let us know if there is any additional assistance we can provide to help you access this session.
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About the speakers
Anna Moulson has been a freelance live music promoter and event consultant for over 20 years, promoting under the name of ‘Melting Vinyl’. Each year she curates and produces a festival that reaches a combined audience of 10,000 in Brighton and Kent. Anna wrote and teaches on an event management degree course at BIMM Brighton. She also holds the diary and organises the production for touring live music artists at the stunning 600 capacity St George’s Church in Brighton. Anna freelances on unique collaborations in festival and gallery spaces and is presently working with Shirley Collins, a sound artist and poet, at the National Trust’s Charleston House. Anna has had to be dynamic and adaptable to survive an ever-changing music industry and is currently programming a series of inspiring live music streams for this coming autumn. For more information visit www.meltingvinyl.co.uk
Remi Harris MBE has 20 years’ experience working across the music & creative industries as a senior manager, trainer, facilitator, coach and business adviser in the UK and internationally. She was General Manager of Association of Independent Music and Director of Operations at UK Music, is co-founder of YGN (Young Guns Network) the professional network for young people in Music and is qualified with an MBA (Masters in Business). She is the author of the book: Easy Money? The Definitive Guide to Funding Music Projects in the UK (2013). Follow her on Instagram & Twitter @remiharrismbe