Open Masterclass on the Business of Music

24th Aug '18

To celebrate the launch of the IMRO scholarship for BIMM Dublin’s brand new Diploma in Music Business, we will host an open lecture on Ireland’s ever-changing modern music industry.

Hosted by BIMM Dublin tutor Aaron Casey, the seminar will explore recent innovations within the exciting industry and how over the past fifteen years the music business has evolved dramatically.

The BIMM Dublin Diploma in Music Business is the first of its kind offered in Ireland and Aaron will examine some of the skills the programme will offer such as publishing, the live music industry, physical and digital music distribution and how a new generation of DIY musicians are creating employability and shaping the industry’s landscape.

Involved in music since 2006, Aaron has both a practical and academic interest in the global music industry. Graduating with an MA in Music Business Management from the University of Westminster in London, Aaron has a background in music rights, royalties, teaching, event promotion and music retail.

All are welcome! The seminar is aimed at music and arts practitioners, entrepreneurs, prospective students, music graduates and those who want to share and connect with others in the industry.

The masterclass will run from 2pm – 3pm. Doors open at 1.45pm.

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