In association with the National Museum of Scotland, Off The Record is an event for young musicians and those who want to work in the music industry, and is open to anyone aged 16-25.
Taking place at the National Museum of Scotland on Saturday 17 November, the event will feature key figures from the music business taking part in seminars, workshops and advice sessions – all geared towards demystifying the industry and providing the key knowledge to get started.
Admission fee includes lunch, access to the Off The Record evening showcase in Edinburgh and an online discount code for the Rip It Up: The Story of Scottish Pop exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland.
Tickets must be bought in advance and are £5.00 per person.
Working In Music
Songwriting and Craft
Getting and Organising Gigs
More to be announced.
Some topics will be covered in smaller breakout sessions at the event which will require ticket holders to sign up in order to attend. These will be made available on a first come, first served basis and details on sessions as well as how to sign up for them will be available in the coming weeks.
Visit the website for updates and more info: www.otrscot.com
For the first time, Off The Record will be staging live music showcases which will allow for some of Scotland’s youngest and most exciting emerging talent to perform in a professional setting.
These will follow on from the daytime conference at both Edinburgh and Dundee and will be in front of an audience made up of Off The Record attendees, the general public and music industry professionals. This is the perfect opportunity for young artists and bands to make themselves known within the Scottish music scene.
If you’re an artist or in a band and are interested in performing at one of the showcases, you can fill out an application form here.
Applications close on Monday 15 October at 5pm.