Tuesday 15 January 2019, 4.00PM to 5.30pm
Speaker(s): Emily Crossland
This session is aimed at entrepreneurial individuals who would like to learn more about creating or supporting successful music-based projects: this will be particularly relevant for students working towards community music and education-related career pathways who would like to establish their own music outreach projects.
Over the course of 90-minutes, you will examine the basic principles behind networking and fundraising, discuss a number of useful tips and insights to start your fundraising journey, and have the opportunity to ask questions and start putting your learning into practice. This session is part of the Music Department's gamelan outreach programme, The Sound of Bronze, which is supported by The National Foundation for Youth Music, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, York Music Hub, and Alumni and Friends of the University.
Location: E/106 Lecture Room/Rehearsal Room, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, Campus West