Music industry leaders come to Liverpool to inspire the next generation
A brand new event aimed at inspiring the next generation of music creators and industry professionals is taking place in Liverpool on Saturday 26th November.
Open Sauce will bring together approximately 150 young people aged 16 to 25 who wish to advance their creative and professional practice by learning from personalities in the music industry.
Taking place in The Spine building, some of the industry’s leading minds and organizations will share their insights and experience.
Speakers include artists such as Lapsley, Jamie Webster and Red Rum Club and on the list of industry professionals are:
- Artist manager and director of Starwood Management Rob Swedlow
- Managing director of the record label and manager of Mancunian rapper Aitch, Michael Adex
- YouTube Music Artist Relations Manager, Sheniece Charway
- Director and founder of The Music Federation and blogger Achal Dhillon
- Responsible for Artist Relations and International Partnerships at Spotify, Bryan Johnson
- BBC Music Presentation Producer, Fuzz Chaudhrey
- music psychologist, Natasha Hendry
- Pioneer of Web 3.0 and musical partnerships, Jay Udo-Udoma polygon8
Discussion topics will include artistic liberation and performance, independence, pathways, data use, web 3.0, networking, and mental health and wellbeing.
Tickets for the event, which runs from 10am to 6pm, cost just £5 per person. Lunch and a bag of goodies are included. Visit the dedicated page on the LIMF Academy website for tickets and more information.
The event was organized by the team behind LIMF Academy – an award-winning talent development program with a proven track record of enhancing skills and career opportunities for emerging musical talent in the city area. The program forms a vital part of Liverpool’s UNESCO City of Music status.
LIMF Academy is funded by Liverpool City Council.