The electronic music festival and conference AVA Festival have revealed the full details of the event, which includes a PRS for Music panel that focuses on artist development and takes place on 15 March at London’s Printworks.
The daytime conference is free to attend and PRS for Music’s dance account manager Ashley Howard will lead the panel on ‘How to Develop Your Career in Music.’
He will be joined by Ninja Tune’s Vidhi Gandhi, Warp Publishing’s Kay Wrate, Brame & Hamo, Coda Music Agency’s Sandy Marris and Solar Management’s Tom Deffee.
The panel will lift the lid on the best ways to develop as an artist and who you’ll need to help you achieve it.
The unique perspective of representative of labels, publishers, collection societies, managers will unlock the organisations and people needed to make the right decisions about a career in music.
Elsewhere, electronic duo Bicep will give the Keynote with The Irish Time’s Seamus O’Reilly, Abbey Road’s studio team will take a look at the recording process timeline and how technology has advanced, and London’s Night Czar Amy Lamé will discuss the night time economy with journalist Lauren Martin.
Detroit techno pioneers Octave One will conclude the conference with the closing keynote, which will give some insight into their development and their new AV show.
For more information and to register for free tickets to the conference, please visit avafestival.com