The MPG is in party mode!

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On August 20th, on the Rooftop Terrace of The Grand Connaught Rooms, we’ll be holding a summer barbecue party for all our Full and Associate Members.

It starts at 7 pm and runs all evening. Join us for some free drinks and food and make the most of catching up with your friends and colleagues.

Please let us know if you plan to attend, so that we can arrange the catering for you (hit the CLICK HERE button below).

See you all there!

Rowena 2*** 20% discount for MPG Full Members ***

This event is for both music industry and music creatives from the commercial music world and media music world. It is also suitable for people who work around music such as radio, tv, film and advertising, computer games developers.

There is space for 150 people from across these disciplines to meet, with Musical Geishas on hand to help facilitate business introductions.

This event is supported by the Music Producers Guild and endorsed by BASCA. The event is sponsored by www.scan.co.uk who pay for the first round of drinks so it’s worth arriving promptly!

This is an invitation only event. Remember to bring your tickets with you. This is now Britain’s premier music industry networking night and is always oversubscribed.

Reserve your space early to avoid disappointment.

For more information about The Musical Geisha please visit this link.

There is a 20% Discount available on the ticket price for MPG Full Members – enter this promotional code when you book: MPG1

If you have questions about The Ultimate Music/Media Industry Networking Night – London? Contact Rowena Morgan

 

Producers, engineers, mixers: do you want to meet recording artists who are looking for people to work on their projects? (well, who wouldn’t…?).

Continuing to bring together MPG Full Members with members of other professional UK music industry organisations, we’ve organised another MPG Meets… social event.

FAC logoThis time it’s with The Featured Artists Coalition, which represents…well…. Featured Artists. For those of you who don’t know, this doesn’t mean all musicians and performers, but specifically those who are ‘featured’ i.e. those whose names appear ‘on the label’ of recorded music files, or ‘records’ as we used to call them (well…some of us still do).

Union TavernThis social event has been organised by the MPG in association with the FAC and will take place at The Union Tavern in West London (details above) and it’s FREE, so you’d be a fool to miss it.

In order to be able to plan the event properly, we need to know how many of you will show up, so you MUST register below by hitting the CLICK HERE button.

We look forward to seeing you all there!

*** DISCOUNT for MPG Full Members ***

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An unmissable Music And Film Industry Event   
Special discounted ‘affiliate’ rate of £75

Vital for anyone working or aspiring to a career in the music and film industry, SensoriaPro is back and bigger than ever before. 
A unique opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience and rub shoulders with the experts.
A packed 2 -day programme of panels and masterclasses featuring:

FILM MUSIC PRODUCTION MASTERCLASS with Ilan Eshkeri & Steve McLaughlin
Ilan Eshkeri’s scoring credits include Kick-Ass, Stardust and the Oscar-winning Still Alice. He’s worked with Annie Lennox, Tim Wheeler and Tom Odell to name but a few and now he’s coming to share his vast knowledge with our SensoriaPro attendees.
Grammy Award-winning Steve McLaughlin has produced, recorded and mixed scores for over 140 major feature films, including Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, Die Hard, Lethal Weapon and About a Boy.

CHOOSE LIFE, CHOOSE A SCORE with Ian Neil (Director of Music for Film and TV, Sony)
Here’s your chance to score or place music for film and get your submission critiqued by a panel of industry experts. The annual SensoriaPro scoring contest is always a delegate favourite – this year the contest looks at the opening sequence of Trainspotting.

IF IT’S PLAYED, IT’S PAID: A FAIRER FUTURE FOR MUSIC with Crispin Hunt & Rhian Jones
Crispin will be joined by other experts, including music journalist Rhian Jones (Music Week, The Guardian), to discuss how artists fare in the various business models and deals (especially streaming) around at the moment.

WHAT MAKES A MUSIC CITY?
What are the essential ingredients of a music city like Nashville, Berlin or Sheffield?
“A vibrant music sector delivers an extensive array of social, cultural and economic benefits to its community; from job creation and retention to city identity and music tourism, to social cohesion, music can play an essential role”. – Music Canada

PLUS:
VIVE LE VENUE Sustaining live music, with John Robb & Mark Davyd (Music Venues Trust).
THE MUSICIAN’S MARKETING TOOLKIT Indispensible advice for independent artists
FESTIVAL FEVER Have music festivals peaked?
DOING IT LIVE: Commissioning Live Cinema
How artists and composers can connect with the film exhibition sector with advice on funding, copyright and touring.
ANATOMY OF A MUSIC VIDEO with Caroline Bottomley (Radar) and Mike O’Keefe (Head of Video – Sony)
MUSIC CLEARANCE FOR FILMMAKERS Practical guidance from Ian Neil (Director of Music for Film and TV, Sony)
 
MORE DETAILS TO BE ANNOUNCED…………..
 
REGISTER NOW

https://sensoriapro2015.eventbrite.co.uk

The price includes close of play drinks each day.

A discounted rate is available for group bookings of 8 people or more – please contact info@sensoria.org.uk
SensoriaPro is part of Sensoria, the UK’s Festival of Film, Music and Digital, returning to Sheffield from 25 September – 3 October
www.sensoria.org.uk

 

 

 

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