Brighton Music Conference programme 2016
As part of the Brighton Music Conference, we have introduced an Academy Live platform showcasing live acts/dj’s with original material from our Educational Partners including Northbrook College Sussex, BIMM Brighton and AudioActive. We’re pleased to announce the full programming schedule for the Professional & Academy Theatres at the Brighton Dome on Thursday 14th and Friday 15th April 2016
Key Note Talks announced with Save Our Clubs on Thursday featuring Carl Loben (Editor; DJ Mag), Alan Miller (Chairman; NTIA), John Ross (Owner; Mothership Group) & Mark Lawrence (CEO; AFEM) discussing how club closures are affecting our scene. Friday Key Note Talk Get Played Get Paid; Building the New Music Industryfeaturing Mark Lawrence (CEO; AFEM), Francis Gine (Director; Demo Box), Herman Verkade (Owner; Musiqware), Paul Hamill (Chief Navigator; Inflyte), Tristan Hunt (Business Development & Marketing Manager; Audio Lock) & Yuri Dokter (CEO; DJ Monitor)
In the Professional Theatre topics will include Gender Equality In Music, Stealing Our Own Success – Are DJ’s accidentally killing sales, It’s All About The Music… Or Is It?, Streaming and ‘Full Stack Music, Video Marketing In Music and The Rise & Fall Of EDM? and more
The Academy Theatre will cover topics such as Careers In Music, Your Brand Is Everything, Women In Music Q&A, How To Get Gigs, The Commercial Conundrum and From The Bedroom To The Main Stage and more.
In addition to the theatre panels, the Toolroom Academy programme is announced with Demo Drop, Production Demonstrations with Prok & Fitch and Funkagenda plus a Careers Panel from the label
Click Thursday and Friday to see full list of panel and speakers on each day
BMC Professional aims to connect music with business, bringing together industry thought leaders through a series of panels to discuss the future sustainable growth of the Electronic Music Industry, targeted networking events and access to an evening schedule of events and parties across Brighton. BMC Academy is about plugging in the next generation and fostering new talent via a series of master classes, panels and talks. Both tickets give access to a two-day exhibition with tech showcases panels and interviews.