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Ultimate Seminar @ University of Westminster

mq1The Ultimate Seminar
Saturday 23 November 2013 from 10:30 to 19:00
309 Regent St, London W1B 2UW

  • Free seminar offering invaluable guidance to tomorrow’s music business leaders
  • Panels feature bosses from Warner Music, Island Records, RCA, Virgin Records; artists Naughty Boy, Baker Boyz, Clement Marfo, Snow Patrol; Laura Mvula and Paloma Faith managers
  • Prerecorded masterclasses from Tinie Tempah and Laura Mvula

The Ultimate Seminar aims to inspire and enable attendees to learn business skills, gain insight into their chosen field and network with likeminded creatives with ambitions of working in the music industry.

The event, organised for the second year running in association with the University of Westminster, will see the UK music industry’s foremost professionals including Max Lousada (Chairman Atlantic Records UK), Darcus Beese (President, Island Records), Colin Barlow (President of RCA) and Ted Cockle (President of Virgin Records) each leading panels and sharing tips and inspirational experiences with The Ultimate Seminar attendees.  Top artists such as platinum selling, chart topping producer Naughty Boy, Baker Boyz, Jonny Quinn from Snow Patrol and Clement Marfo will discuss a range of topics including how to get into the music industry and what it takes to succeed at the very top of the game.

There will also be pre-recorded masterclasses from Brit Award winner Tinie Tempah and Mercury nominee Laura Mvula, and music industry insiders will be on hand throughout the day at the University of Westminster to share their knowledge and insight on how to get a break in the music industry. Snippets from Tinie and Laura’s videos can be seen online now at

Available to anyone aged sixteen and up, registration is open now.

For more information about the event and how to register please visit

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