‘Who’s Zoomin Who?’: Music, Copyright and Precarity’, 7pm, Thursday 12 November

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As part of the Being Human Festival and ESRC Festival of Social Science, CREATe’s Kenny Barr and Janet Burgess, together with Casi Dylan (SCCA) are holding a great event entitled ‘Who’s Zoomin’ Who?’ Music, Copyright and Precarity.

The event is part gig, part debate, and will explore the precarious nature of music-making, the role copyright plays in contemporary music sectors, and examine ways in which music creators and performers have responded to the challenges presented by lockdown restrictions.

The event is aimed at anyone who’s interested in music, irrespective of whether they’re a practising musician or not, and features Simon Anderson (Composer/Music Publisher/PRS for Music), Matt Brennan (Reader in Popular Music, UofG aka Citizen Bravo), Katy Cooper (UofG Director of Chapel Music) with contributions from local artist Carla J. Easton, along with Ariel Sharratt and Mathias Kom from Canadian band The Burning Hell.

Bookings via https://music-copyright-and-precarity.eventbrite.co.uk


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