Now in its 4th year, Music Futures has quickly cemented a reputation as the Autumn music industry conference. Aiming to be one of the most forward-thinking and trend-forecasting industry events in the UK, with national and international reach, Music Futures will see Newcastle play host to:
Confirmed Speakers for Music Futures 2014 include:
George Ergatoudis (Head of Music, Radio 1 / 1Xtra) / Tony Wadsworth (Chairman, BPI) / John Dyer (Director, Domino Recordings) / Chris Price (Head of Music, BT) / James Foley (Head of Editorial, Deezer) / Vincent Clery-Melin (MD, Kobalt Label Services) / Andrew Clark (VP - Global Digital Affairs, Universal Music) / Karim Fanous (Head of Research, Music Ally) / Chris Meehan (CEO, Sentric Music) / Liam Howe (Music Producer) / Jen Long (Broadcaster) / Luke McGrellis (A&R Director, SonyATV) / Sumit Bothra (Partner, ATC Management) / Justin Pritchard (Producer/Songwriter Manager, 140db) ( Andy Smith (Co-Founder, Kendal Calling) / Sarah Richardson (Co-Founder, Bleached Communications) / Kevin Douch (Founder, Big Scary Monsters) / Jessie Scoullar (Director, Wicksteed Works) / Ben Blackburn (Co-Founder, Crack in the Road) / Will Lines (Communications Manager, Music Publishers Association) / Matt Wanstall (Regional Officer, Musicians Union)
When: Thurs 06 Nov (10am – 6pm)
Where: BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead Quays, South Shore Road, Gateshead, NE8 3BA
Booking: Tickets for Music Futures Conference 2014 are priced at £60 (£30 Students). Thanks to the support of ERDF, tickets are available free of charge to businesses and artists based in the North East of England (Co. Durham, Northumberland, Tees Valley and Tyne & Wear). Availability of tickets is limited so you are advised to book promptly.
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