What’s your point of view on the future of musicianship?

On Tuesday May 1st 2012 a bunch of very smart and passionate people come together to discuss the Future of Musicianship in our very first event. If you are in central London and can free yourself 5-8pm this Tuesday, we’d love for you to come along.

It’s open to public and it’s completely free – simply register here:


You can simply come along to listen or if you want to join in the discussion at any point, we welcome that as well! After the discussion there is time for networking with a couple of drinks included.

It’s a great crowd and we are really excited. We’ve seen some of the preparation emails by the speakers fly around and there is definitely going to be a lot of passion and opinions in the room!

Confirmed speakers:

Andrew DubberAndrew Dubber – @dubber

Reader in Music Industries Innovation at Birmingham City University, Advisor to Bandcamp, Co-Founder of New Music Strategies

Paul Kirkham

Paul Kirkham

Managing Director of The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance

Steve LawsonSteve Lawson  – @solobasssteve

Professional musician, masterclass-giver, social technology consultant, co-founder of New Music Strategies and Amplified

Pete LutkoskiPeter Lutkoski

President of the Association for Music in International Schools & Assistant Principal at the American School in London

Bill Martin

Bill Martin@bcmartin

Music Education Manager at Yamaha Music Europe & Manager of the Yamaha Class Band project

Simon Purcell

Simon Purcell

Head of Jazz Department at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance

Tony Whyton Tony Whyton – @TonyWhyton

Professor of Jazz & Musical Cultures at Salford University

What happens after May 1st?

We are lucky to have photographer Alan Tucker coming along to make sure we get some photos, and Ben will be taking care of the audio recording, so we can make the highlights available for all of you afterwards, to enjoy and to share. We will also be presenting guest blog posts from some of our speakers – make sure you come back to comment and take part in the conversation!

One thought on “What’s your point of view on the future of musicianship?

  1. […] And fret not if you couldn’t attend – we are working to get the whole event available to you as an audio file for you to listen. More photos also on their way, AND reflections on what was said and what perhaps was not said in the form of guest posts on this blog from some of our amazing speakers! […]

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