The Great Escape Festival 2018 - Delegate Pass

Wed May 16 2018 - Sat May 19 2018

9:30 AM

Various Venues, Brighton

City Centre Brighton BN1

Ages 18+

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The Great Escape Festival 2018

Delegate Pass

Thursday 17th-Saturday 19th May 2018

Various venues across Brighton

Ages 18+

Event Terms & Conditions

The Great Escape is the festival for new music and new music business, bringing together thousands of music industry practitioners for three days of insight sessions, panels, conversations, networking and parties every May, in Brighton.

With its hub in the centre of Brighton, the convention runs alongside The Great Escape showcase festival, which presents over 450 artists from all over the world in 35+ venues across the city.

A Great Escape delegate pass gets you access to all the core strands of the convention, including insight sessions, panels, conversations, networking events and parties, plus priority access into all festival venues subject to capacity.

Delegate passes are for over 18's only - No refunds will be issued for under 18's.

 

Please note that your delegate pass allows you access into CMU INSIGHTS PRESENTS THE EDUCATION CONFERENCE which is being held on Wednesday 16th May at Dukes at Komedia, 44-47 Gardner St, Brighton and Hove, Brighton BN1 1UN at 9.30AM

Everyone agrees that the British music industry is one of the UK’s success stories. Yet music education in the UK has seen its funding cut and its place in the curriculum downgraded. How can we ensure the UK music industry of the future has the talent and knowledge it needs to continue to prosper? Step one is building closer ties between employers and educators in music. What skills is the music industry looking for and are those skills being taught? Most musicians pursue portfolio careers and run their own small music businesses – beyond the crucial art of song writing and performance, is music education preparing young people for that challenge? How can the different strands of music and music education better collaborate to capitalise on the opportunities and meet the challenges? We will bring together music educators and employers from across the UK and beyond to create a new manifesto for music education.

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The Great Escape Festival 2018 - Delegate Pass

Wed May 16 2018 9:30 AM - Sat May 19 2018

Various Venues, Brighton Brighton
The Great Escape Festival 2018 - Delegate Pass
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

Ages 18+

The Great Escape Festival 2018

Delegate Pass

Thursday 17th-Saturday 19th May 2018

Various venues across Brighton

Ages 18+

Event Terms & Conditions

The Great Escape is the festival for new music and new music business, bringing together thousands of music industry practitioners for three days of insight sessions, panels, conversations, networking and parties every May, in Brighton.

With its hub in the centre of Brighton, the convention runs alongside The Great Escape showcase festival, which presents over 450 artists from all over the world in 35+ venues across the city.

A Great Escape delegate pass gets you access to all the core strands of the convention, including insight sessions, panels, conversations, networking events and parties, plus priority access into all festival venues subject to capacity.

Delegate passes are for over 18's only - No refunds will be issued for under 18's.

 

Please note that your delegate pass allows you access into CMU INSIGHTS PRESENTS THE EDUCATION CONFERENCE which is being held on Wednesday 16th May at Dukes at Komedia, 44-47 Gardner St, Brighton and Hove, Brighton BN1 1UN at 9.30AM

Everyone agrees that the British music industry is one of the UK’s success stories. Yet music education in the UK has seen its funding cut and its place in the curriculum downgraded. How can we ensure the UK music industry of the future has the talent and knowledge it needs to continue to prosper? Step one is building closer ties between employers and educators in music. What skills is the music industry looking for and are those skills being taught? Most musicians pursue portfolio careers and run their own small music businesses – beyond the crucial art of song writing and performance, is music education preparing young people for that challenge? How can the different strands of music and music education better collaborate to capitalise on the opportunities and meet the challenges? We will bring together music educators and employers from across the UK and beyond to create a new manifesto for music education.

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