IT'S SHOWTIME WITH JBL - HOW TO PUT ON A LIVE MUSIC SHOW - POSTPONED

Date 31/03/2020 Total price, inc booking fee £0.00 Time 09:30
Harman Professional are partnering with Islington Assembly Hall to celebrate 10 years of bringing live music to the historic venue. Over the years, Islington Assembly Hall have hosted some of the great bands of our time, including Skepta, Ed Sheeran, Jessie Ware, Ghetts plus many more.

Harman’s portfolio of brands includes AKG, Soundcraft, JBL, & Martin Lighting to name a few. As part of Harman’s support of Islington Assembly Hall, Harman Professional will be hosting a series of two and a half hour masterclasses and educational workshops discussing a number of topics within our industry.

Throughout the month of March, Harman will be delivering educational and informative workshops giving the students hands-on experience, showcasing some of our products and focusing on some great topics.

It’s Showtime with JBL – How to put on a live music show.
Want to put on a live music show but no idea where to start?

You’ll get to hear hints and tips from professionals throughout the music industry to make sure you understand what is expected when putting on a successful live music show.

Lucinda Brown & Kat King, Venue Business Managers at Islington Assembly Hall will let you know what is expected from any promoter hiring the venue as well as Tom Watt, the venue’s Technical Manager, to discuss what is expected from the production of a live music show.

We’ll also have Martin Lighting expert, Ben Payne on the panel and Dan White, Tour Manager for Rudimental, will discuss how he manages his artists all over the world.

Phil Cummings and Ed Jackson from Harman will speak on how Harman support these shows from soundcheck to showtime.

The workshops on Mon Mar 23 and Tue Mar 31 are the same, so no need to sign up to both.

Accessible and carer ticketing information: https://support.dice.fm/article/179-accessibilty-tickets-for-islington-assembly-hall

Presented by Harman.

This event is aimed at 16-25 year olds. Anyone under the age of 18 years old will need to be accompanied by a responsible adult.