Question Session 2019, biggest to date!

Question Session returned for it’s fourth event with a full programme across two Glasgow city centre venues on February 8th. The Lighthouse on Mitchell Lane hosted this year’s daytime conference,  which was followed by a live music event at The Old Hairdresser’s on Renfield Lane.

This free conference offered a comprehensive, tailored programme of workshops, seminars and panels that featured prominent professionals from all areas of the music industry. 

As always it focused on innovation, education and exploring current issues, and was organised by Music Business students of New College Lanarkshire to enable delegates to connect, share knowledge and create new opportunities with established industry practitioners; initiating discussion, and exposing new talent.

This year’s panels and seminars included the following:

  • Releasing your music
  • Nurturing new talent
  • Working as a recording engineer
  • Promoting your event
  • Mental health in music

There was also a series of intimate workshops that included hands-on experience in:

  • Introduction to modular synthesis with Rub-a-Dub
  • Promoting your music successfully
  • Resolving legal issues pertaining to the music industry

The following participants , plus many more were part of this year’s event:

  • Ableton
  • Sub Pop Records
  • DF Concerts – Chris Beltran
  • Help Musicians UK
  • Pledge Music
  • Scottish Music Industry Association
  • Creative Scotland

“Question Session is a superb networking event and platform for anyone interested in a career in the music industry.”

Jamie Houston / Music Officer / Creative Scotland

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