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An Introduction to Artist Liaison in Music with Felicity Hall

This is a black-and-white photograph of Felicity Hall. Felicity is standing next to a wall in what appears to be a music venue. The wall is covered with several photographs of musicians, mainly piano players, with light coming from out of frame to the right of the photograph and from a lamp on the wall. She is smiling, standing up, has her arms folded, and is looking out to the right of the photograph. Between her and the camera there are two people sat down looking in the same direction as her, there are two glasses on a table, and there is a large pillar.
01.MARCH.2023 • 18:00 - 19:30

This workshop is available to people who identify as women, trans and non-binary.

A free online workshop introducing you to some key principles of artist liaison in the music industry.

In this session we will learn about what the role of artist liaison entails, including ways to deal with difficult situations including conflict. We’ll explore ways to find work as an artist liaison, and the kind of experience that is useful to have for this role.

This event will take place online via Zoom. Participants will receive the link to the Zoom for the session once attendance is confirmed.

 

Felicity Hall has been a tour manager for the past 10 years, working with Editors, Public Service Broadcasting, Cory Henry, Mark Lettieri and countless others.

She also oversees the artist relations department at GroundUp Festival in Miami Beach each year, and ran the artist liaison team at Ramblin Man Festival.

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This event is part of Reboot: Behind the Scenes, Screen and Lens, a workshop season programmed by Clod Ensemble and Petok Productions in which leading figures from the backstage and production industries run sessions that provide participants with crucial insights, tips and wisdom.

Petok Productions is a company led by Clod Ensemble’s Production and Engagement Coordinator Pembe Tokluhan. Petok Productions aims to diversify the production industry and pave the way for under-represented communities to build careers in backstage roles. As such, this programme is offered exclusively to people who identify as women, trans and non-binary.

The season will run across February and March 2023, with the six workshops taking place over Zoom. Workshops are free to attend – if you are able to, we suggest a donation of £3-£5 per workshop, but you will still be able to attend the workshop without a donation.

Each of the six workshops will be led by an industry professional and focus on a different aspect of backstage/production work. Whether you are already considering going into one of these fields or are simply curious and would like to find out more, the Reboot workshops make for an ideal point of entry.

Image credit Celine Pinget