Returning for the third year, RESONATE is one of the year’s most unmissable music events – especially for you lot looking to break into the industry.
That’s right, there is an event dedicated to helping you network and get your name out there.
No matter if you’re a musician, music student or professional, RESONATE is the event you have to be seen at. Plus, it helps that it’s being held the most vibrant musical cities in the world.
Based at the stunning Barras Art & Design (BAaD) Centre on Thursday 14 November, the festival looks at: collaboration, creativity, accessibility and development. Got an idea that could revolutionise the music industry? Have it heard during RESONATE.
Over the last two years RESONATE has made its mark in the industry, and this year the event will be bigger than ever before. Don’t take it from us, the professionals are saying it themselves!
“Events like this are so important, no matter where they are, but with Glasgow being such a strong music city with a lot of people doing a lot of amazing creative things, it needs a focal point and event like RESONATE,” enthuses Robert Kilpatrick, Scottish Music Industry Association’s general manager.
He continues: “Everyone can come together to network, learn from each other, talk about challenges and opportunities and find new ways to collaborate and grow the industry for the benefit of all.”
This is a fantastic chance for music students with an array of live events arranged ahead of RESONATE, focusing on specific genres with an eclectic mix of artists getting involved with the programme.
If you’re looking for panel discussions from industry leaders (BMI, 23rdPrecinct Records and the BPI anyone?) then you don’t want to miss this.
Grab your student passes now by visiting the website here.