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Summer in the City

Summer for me tends to mean either working on or recovering from a festival, but I still remember fondly the French summer school holidays – Les Grandes Vacances, a seemingly endless 8-week stretch of perfectly free time. 946 more words


Fringe Comedy shows for as little as £4 #lovemk

MK Fringe has partnered up with Comedy Cow this year to create an awe-inspiring, side-splitting, howl inducing Fringe Comedy programme. You can catch one of over 50 Comedy acts during the Fringe Festival at venues across MK including: The Crown in Stony, The Chrysalis Theatre, MK Gallery Event Space and the Red Dot Bar at MK Stadium. 222 more words

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Dan Davies on how digital came together for Convergence

How digital came together for Convergence

Convergence was Village Underground’s most ambitious event series so far, incorporating many different artists and promoters and moving beyond the venue’s own arches. 879 more words

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Ali Shakeri of ToneDen on How to Build A Following From Scratch

Ali Shakeri is the co-founder of ToneDen, a new service dedicated to helping up and coming musicians connect with their fans. ToneDen’s recently partnered with Sound and Music to launch in the U.K., offering their service for free to all Sampler readers. 1,289 more words

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Job: various roles at The Audience Agency

The Audience Agency are currently recruiting for various roles in their Manchester and London offices. Some roles can be for home workers.  They are interested in hearing from those who are passionate about supporting cultural organisations to understand, grow and engage their audiences. More information online

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Kealy Cozens on creating an early warning system for monitoring applications

One of the most exciting things about working at Sound and Music is the volume and diversity of programmes, events and content. As part of the communications team it is our responsibility to make sure that we communicate the total spectrum of Sound and Music’s work in a way that makes sense to our audiences. 576 more words

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Harry Cooper on Sounding Out: Digital - Audiences Online and New Platforms

As part of the New Music Biennial 2014, last weekend Sound and Music hosted two symposiums on the themes of online audiences and new platforms at the London Southbank Centre, and streamed online by Hugs Bison. 110 more words

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