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Start date

16th September 2024

Course length

3 Years


The practical BA (Hons) Music Business and Entrepreneurship is the first music business degree in the UK to give equal weighting to the concept of ‘entrepreneurship’, and also the only undergraduate music business course in the UK to be accredited by the Chartered Management Institute.

ICMP's groundbreaking programme promotes enterprise and innovation across all three years, and will see you tackle real-world industry projects, all with the aim of encouraging your natural creativity and entrepreneurial spirit.

This music business degree is perfect for those wanting to establish a multi-skilled, entrepreneurial career within the music and wider creative industries, and will provide you with the tools, opportunities and experience to develop your music business career. The emphasis on entrepreneurship means you’ll be encouraged and supported to launch and run your own business, with the ability to pitch your ideas as part of NatWest’s Entrepreneur Accelerator programme.

You’ll learn a wide range of management, business and creative skills in small, personalised learning groups, and will be taught by established music industry executives whose aim is to help you maximise the creative and commercial potential of the artist–business relationship. The encouragement of collaboration at ICMP will see you work in partnership with fellow student musicians from the college’s talent pool, promoting and managing them as creative artists as part of your course content.

You’ll discover every aspect of the music business first-hand through sessions with special music industry guest visitors, and attendance at music conferences as delegates, as well as other industry networking events.

ICMP’s unique and innovative programme has been developed and designed courtesy of a high level of consultation from the music business, with ongoing external feedback provided by global music organisations such as Island Records, Warner/Chappell Music, Live Nation, CAA, PRS for Music, Music Week, BMG Rights, Music Managers Forum, Spotify, Brace Yourself PR and many more.

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Chartered Management Institute Accredited Degree

This music business degree course is dual accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), the only chartered professional body in the UK dedicated to promoting the highest standards in management and leadership excellence.

When you graduate, you’ll receive a CMI leadership and management qualification in addition to your Bachelor’s degree. The qualification, which recognises key skills for middle managers, is considered a benchmark on the way to achieving Chartered Manager status

Your CMI dual accreditation enhances your learning experience and improves your employability in a number of ways. This includes complimentary CMI student membership as you work towards your degree, plus an additional three months post-graduation. Membership provides a range of networking and professional development opportunities, along with access to constantly updated resources.

Our supporting industry partners include:


Alongside generously sponsoring courses, rooms and providing equipment, our industry partners also offer ICMP students access to exclusive discounts, events and opportunities.

Our core aim for this degree is to help you break into the music industry while you’re still an ICMP student. That means that, upon graduation, you’ll be well versed in critically assessing new business opportunities and practices, and you’ll already have managed a variety of different music projects. You’ll be confident at communicating both orally and in writing, and will have developed a toolkit of ICT skills for application in the wider business environment.

You’ll be experienced at working both independently and as part of a team, and will possess the ability to organise, identify problems, exercise initiative, select and implement effective solutions, and meet strict deadlines and targets. In fact, if you’re not already operating a portfolio career in the music industry well before you graduate, we’d be very surprised.

Fees & Funding

Taking a music business degree at ICMP makes financial sense too, with the fees for ICMP music degrees the same as those at many traditional universities - making studying music at ICMP in London great value as well as great fun. 

Course Fees: UK Students | EU/EEA/International Students

Please visit our Fees pages for information on access to Student Loans. Students eligible for loans are able to borrow the full annual course fee for ICMP degrees, unlike many other UK music schools where students are required to pay additional top-up fees themselves.

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Successful completion of the BA (Hons) Music Business and Entrepreneurship course leads to the award of Bachelor of Arts degree by The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance.


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Key facts

  • The only Music Business degree in the UK to be accredited by the Chartered Management Institute
  • Study entrepreneurship and innovation at each year level through real-world industry projects.
  • Learn in a creative and inspiring environment as you collaborate with, manage and promote fellow student artists from ICMP’s rich talent pool. 
  • Develop your management, business and creative skills to maximise the potential of the artist–business relationship.
  • Learn how to be your own boss.
  • Make extensive music connections to build an impressive business network.
  • Study course content designed with extensive input from top UK music industry individuals and organisations.
  • Explore entrepreneurship in London – a global music industry city offering copious opportunities to develop your ideas.
  • Attend music conferences and college networking events and connect with music business guests.
  • Study in small groups in world-class facilities, with a high number of contact teaching hours.
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Course Ambassador

Seven Webster

Music industry pioneer Seven Webster is the ambassador for this course.


His management company has launched the careers of numerous top 40 artists and DJs over the last 30 years, including superstar DJs Sasha, John Digweed and Carl Cox and multi-million selling Dido and rock band Skindred.


While running his Management company, Seven has also acted as a freelance consultant for number of high profile artists and businesses that have included the likes of EMI Records , Drive Thru Records , Avex Records , Robbie Williams , New Found Glory , DZ Deathrayz , Trade Queensland , Arts Queensland & Thompson Holidays .

Student Stories

Grace Hamberger

Grace discusses her experiences on the course as an artist, including collaborating with other ICMP students.

Eve Norman

Eve talks about the benefit of our guest lecture series, which included a visit from Billie Eilish's Marketing Manager.


Year 1 (Level 4)

Year 2 (Level 5)

Year 3 (Level 6)

In Year 1, you’ll be introduced to the full spectrum of music business and entrepreneurship topics. You’ll gain a good grasp of the music industry landscape and structure, while also studying its historical context. Music marketing and promotional strategies will be explored from an entrepreneurial viewpoint, and you’ll create an international live music tour book for an artist. You’ll complete your first year with a strong understanding of what it takes to manage a creative individual, both personally and professionally.


This module introduces the principles of entrepreneurship and marketing, and how these can be effectively implemented, specifically in the context of the music industry. You’ll learn about the characteristics of successful entrepreneurship and barriers to enterprise, as well as techniques for recognising new business opportunities and how they could be translated into successful ventures through feasibility analysis and customer-driven marketing strategies. You’ll develop a basic business plan and marketing strategy for a music business project, and will explore the concept of the artist as a brand, considering key areas such as brand partnerships, and commerce versus credibility in music.

  • Introduction to entrepreneurship
  • Entrepreneurial personality types
  • Recognising new business opportunities
  • Entrepreneurial barriers
  • The 4Ps of the marketing mix
  • Customer-driven marketing strategies
  • Market research
  • Consumer behaviour
  • Branding and brand partnerships
  • How to write a business plan

Music Industry Essentials

In this module, you’ll be introduced to the framework and functions of the modern music industry, exploring its three main sectors: recorded music, live music and publishing. You’ll examine current industry models, processes and practices to show how creatives and businesses interact, and will explore the inter-relationships between each area of the industry. You’ll learn about music copyright and the roles played by collection societies, professional membership organisations and trade bodies, and will cover the function of artist management, the A&R process, music marketing and promotion, sales and distribution, music rights and royalties, and a brief introduction to the various revenue streams.

  • Music publishing
  • Music copyright
  • The role of collection societies
  • A&R
  • The role of artist management
  • Music marketing and promotion
  • Music rights and royalties
  • Music sales and distribution
  • Music revenue streams


To be a successful music entrepreneur, you need to have a clear understanding of the business, legal and economic roles and relationships which underpin the live music industry. In this module, you’ll explore how live music tours are planned, budgeted and run, and will cover the key elements of tour planning such as artist contracts, riders, payment structures, technical requirements, hospitality and catering. You’ll gain first-hand experience of tour management by creating a tour book for an artist, mapping out a tour route and addressing international touring issues, such as obtaining work permits and dealing with the withholding of tax.

  • Introduction to music industry roles
  • Live music event budgeting
  • Live tour planning
  • Tour management strategies
  • The artist–agent relationship
  • Live event health and safety
  • Promoters and the media
  • How to obtain work permits
  • Live event taxation


This module examines the digital revolution which has occurred in music, its key technologies and practices, and its impact on performers, consumers and the global music industry as a whole. Through a series of case studies, you’ll explore key issues relevant to the evolution of the music industry landscape, such as the decline of the traditional record label model and the future of the recording industry; label services; new business models such as direct-to-fan, crowdfunding, access over ownership and streaming; the impact of digital on ticketing; sync, film, TV and gaming; and the future of music publishing.

  • The evolution of the music industry
  • The decline of the record label model
  • The future of music publishing
  • Direct-to-fan business models
  • Crowdfunding
  • Digital ticketing
  • Streaming and ownership
  • Sync for film, TV and gaming


Through this highly practical module, you’ll gain a solid grounding in the concepts of music marketing, promotion and digital distribution. Working on your own real-world project, you’ll learn how to develop a fully effective, low-budget plan for a successful product launch campaign and will be able to deploy integrated promotional strategies based on detailed market analysis and research, effective marketing techniques, and engaging branding and communication methods. Some areas covered include DIY strategies, social media, viral marketing, press and PR, blogging, online presence building, digital platforms, streaming playlists, creating low-budget music videos, merchandise and the role of advertising agencies.

  • How to create an integrated promotional campaign
  • Market research and analysis
  • How to create engaging branding
  • Viral marketing strategies
  • Social media and the role of content
  • How to write a press release
  • Creating low-budget music videos
  • Streaming playlists
  • Logo design
  • The role of advertising and PR agencies


In this module, you’ll research the key social, cultural and economic factors in the formation and evolution of the modern music business. Following the chronology of popular music from the post 1945 era up to the present day, significant genres and movements which served to map the story of popular music will be explored in an academic context. These include Tin Pan Alley and the foundations of early rock ‘n’ roll, through to The Beatles and the ‘British Invasion’ of the ‘60s, right up to glam rock, disco and punk in the ‘70s, and today’s hip hop, rap, EDM, indie and grime.

  • Popular music genres and styles
  • Social, cultural and economic music factors
  • The jazz age
  • Early rock ‘n’ roll
  • The British Invasion
  • 1970s punk
  • Hip hop, rap, R&B and grime
  • The advent of the ‘teenager’
  • Drug culture
  • Reality TV

In Year 2 you’ll deepen your knowledge of the financial, legal and business side of the music industry. You’ll explore music publishing and sync, and will recognise the role played by a music supervisor. Study of entrepreneurship and innovation continues, and you’ll explore ideas and techniques to scope early-stage ventures. You’ll plan, organise, deliver, promote and monetise your own live events, and undertake digital promotional strategies, photo and video editing, and business pitches with support from digital distributor, The Orchard.


If you’re keen to develop an understanding of what entrepreneurship can do for individuals, enterprises or communities, this module draws from a wide range of disciplines – including behavioural sciences, economics, communications, competitive strategy, finance and marketing – to give you that knowledge. You’ll be encouraged to develop an entrepreneurial mindset and will be inspired by ideas, techniques and skills which help you create and develop early-stage ventures, leading all the way to enterprise growth. By working in teams on complex, real-life business problems and challenges, you’ll learn to develop business plans, generate ideas, recognise innovation, secure funding and analyse your competitors.

  • Becoming an entrepreneur
  • How to write a business plan
  • Feasibility analysis
  • Successful business idea generation
  • How to secure venture financing and funding
  • Industry and competitor analysis
  • Strategies for firm growth
  • Understanding financial statements


Develop essential knowledge in finance, accounting, management and business principles and understand how these interrelate in different types of organisations. In this module you’ll develop the technical skills needed to understand budgets, control costs and interpret financial reports to assess the performance of a business. You’ll also analyse the role and goal of financial management and assess the factors affecting business decisions and opportunities presented to an entertainment or music organisation. Topic you’ll cover include business terminology; organisational types such as sole trader, partnership, limited company, multinational, conglomerate and not-for-profit; taxation and VAT; and financial decision-making.

  • Develop the core financial skills essential for a career in the business of music
  • Analyse the Balance Sheets of established Music industry organisations
  • Learn how to access and interpret accounts through Companies House
  • Explore business case studies with an international finance director


In this module, you’ll develop your knowledge of music law and copyright and will gain a comprehensive understanding of the business and mechanics of music publishing, including learning about royalties, collection societies, the registration of songs, revenue streams, types of publishing deals, co-writing and song splits, new business models, music supervision, and synchronisation licensing for film, TV, the internet and video games. You’ll also analyse the business practices of major and independent publishers, as well as self-published songwriters and performers, and will examine how the future of the music publishing sector is being shaped by technology and consumer trends.

  • The business and mechanics of music publishing
  • How songs generate royalties for copyright owners
  • The role of music collection societies
  • Music revenue streams
  • Types of music publishing deals
  • How to negotiate a publishing deal
  • How to register your songs with PRS
  • Self-publishing
  • Licensing and sync for film, TV and games
  • The future of music publishing


In this innovative module, you’ll analyse the impact of digital media technologies on consumers, creators, distributors, publishers, brands and platforms. You’ll develop a detailed understanding of digital storytelling and examine theories such as disruption, innovation, consumer behaviour, digital strategies and business models, social networking, and communication in the digital domain. For assessment, you’ll research a music industry issue of your choosing, before pitching your ideas to your tutor, writing a script, and creating a video blog (vlog) about it with help from a videographer and graphic designer. You’re then free to share your finished piece across your social media accounts.

  • The effect of digital on production and creation
  • Digital strategies
  • Digital business models
  • Social media and digital platforms
  • Disruption and innovation
  • Consumer behaviour
  • Big data
  • Digital analytics
  • Blockchain technology
  • Video editing
  • Vlogging


Expanding on your live event knowledge from Year 1, this module offers you the opportunity to work in teams to plan, develop and deliver you own live music event. You’ll be encouraged to approach your events creatively while developing an awareness of the importance of branding and sponsorship, the possibilities of new income streams and the changing patterns of live music consumption. Methods of communication and convergence will be examined, including the importance of employing social media and online strategies to promote your event. You’ll also gain a solid understanding of live issues including health and safety, legislation and regulations.

  • Live event health and safety
  • Live industry legislation and regulations
  • Live event marketing and promotion
  • Facilities management
  • Live event budgeting and planning
  • Personnel management
  • Live event risk assessment
  • Event project management

In your final year, you’ll learn about contracts and intellectual property from specialist music and entertainment lawyers, MBA graduates and business mentors. As part of the Business Enterprise Project, you’ll run your own music business initiative and, with the help of a supervisor, pitch your ideas to NatWest as part of their Entrepreneur Accelerator service. You’ll also have the choice to explore either practical digital marketing and content creation or complete an industry internship while gaining credit for your degree.


As part of this truly unique module, you’ll build on your business and entrepreneurship experience from previous years and develop critical skills as you identify, research, plan, develop, brand, market, launch and manage an authentic music business initiative or charitable, publicly funded or social enterprise business project. You’ll work independently or as part of a small multi-discipline team to simulate a real-world initiative and execute a substantial project within both time and budgetary constraints. With the help of a supervisor, you’ll have the opportunity to pitch your ideas to NatWest as part of their Entrepreneur Accelerator service.

  • How to launch a new business
  • How to set up a social enterprise
  • Project management
  • Market research
  • Financial planning
  • Supervisor interaction
  • Project update presentations


With an emphasis on interactive, problem-based and inclusive learning, this module – tailored to reflect your background, aspirations and interests – will provide you with a coherent and detailed knowledge of theories, models, ambiguities and challenges in management – all in the context of the creative industries. You’ll investigate a range of contemporary issues in the management of organisations, and will develop techniques for devising solutions to situations faced by modern groups and businesses. You’ll also gain an awareness of the macro, meso and micro situational factors that can affect the effectiveness of managers and their organisations.

  • The history of management
  • Management in the creative industries
  • Macro, meso and micro management
  • Successful problem-solving techniques
  • Positive and negative organisational culture
  • Managing diversity
  • Ethics and social responsibility
  • Fostering creativity and innovation in management
  • Managing organisational knowledge
  • Organisational change management


Building on previous learning, in this module you’ll consolidate your understanding of contract and intellectual property law and their application in the music and entertainment industries. You’ll explore copyright and intellectual property (IP) rights by examining precedents, landmark cases and the main statutes in England and Wales which deal with IP. This knowledge will stand you in good stead in your future career to negotiate music recording, publishing and artist management agreements. You’ll also learn how to arrange contracts for evolving business models, such as sponsorship, endorsement, merchandising, multiple rights, and film and television sync deals.

  • Contract law and intellectual property
  • Music recording, publishing and artist management agreements
  • Multiple rights 360- and 270-degree deals
  • Film and TV sync deals
  • Live performance agreements
  • Sponsorship and endorsement
  • Statute and case law in copyright and IP


Studying this module will see you gain an appreciation of strategic management for creating and sustaining organisational effectiveness. You’ll explore theoretical perspectives on strategy development and methods of achieving competitive advantage in business, both nationally and globally. You’ll develop a range of techniques for evaluating the strategic capabilities of organisations and their operating environments, and will be able to devise recommendations to strategic problems faced by organisations, with a specific focus on the creative sector. Your comprehensive examination of strategic capabilities and the environmental context of organisations will ensure you make sound strategic decisions about real-life management challenges.

  • Theoretical perspectives on strategy development
  • Components of an organisation’s strategic purpose
  • Strategic choices and positioning in different environments
  • Critical evaluation of strategic capabilities
  • Business-level strategy
  • Competitive advantage theories
  • Corporate strategy vs business strategy
  • Drivers of internationalism


In this pioneering module, you’ll explore a range of advanced hands-on digital marketing practices with the goal of enhancing your digital marketing effectiveness. Building on your marketing studies from previous years, you’ll explore in-depth content development and social media strategies to conduct high-quality digital marketing campaigns and create a brand from scratch. You’ll gain the creative and technical skills to deliver and manage regular digital content – whether to business to business or business to consumer audiences – while gaining a strong understanding of how search engine optimisation and advertising tactics can help you grow your brand.

  • Creating and sharing content
  • Social media management
  • Digital advertising
  • Website development
  • Growth hacking
  • Copywriting
  • Google Analytics
  • Search engine optimisation strategies


Enhance your academic learning with a period of work experience in the music and creative industries with this optional module. You’ll gain a host of practical skills working within a professional environment relevant to your area of interest, and will develop your employability and transferable skills through the practical application of theoretical knowledge learned during your studies. You’ll receive CV, interview and careers support from ICMP’s The Hub in the researching and preparation of your work placement application, but will be expected to identify, apply for and secure the work placement independently, and evaluate your experience in a report.

  • Preparing for employment
  • Tailored careers advice and support
  • How to write your CV
  • Applying for a work placement
  • Job interview techniques
  • Work experience in the creative industries


You will be taught at our campus in Kilburn and Queen's Park, utilising our live rooms, tech suites and in-house music studio facilities as well as classrooms and lecture rooms. You will have access to use these facilities outside of class time while you are a student at ICMP in order to rehearse and record your music. 

You will be taught through a variety of teaching and learning methods including lectures, small group tutorials, performance workshops, music technology workshops tutorials and one-to-one instrumental tuition. 

You will have access to the Student Services Department for support and advice concerning welfare, finance, personal development, safeguarding and more. You'll also have access to our Professional Development team ‘The Hub', who provide bespoke music industry careers advice and access to unique industry opportunities.

Teaching and Learning

On the BA (Hons) Music Business and Entrepreneurship programme you will be taught through a variety of teaching and learning methods including lectures, small tutorial groups, workshops, hands-on technology laboratory tutorials, group work and student-led classes/presentations.

When not attending lectures, seminars or other timetabled sessions you'll be expected to continue learning independently through self-study. Typically, this will involve reading articles and books, working on individual and group projects, undertaking research in the library, and preparing coursework assignments. Your independent learning is supported by a range of excellent facilities, including our Learning Resource Centre, our many performance and practice rooms, and well-equipped tech suites.

In your first year, you'll be in timetabled teaching activities such as lectures, seminars, and workshops for typically 9-10 hours a week, you’ll also have personalised one-to-one tutorials scheduled throughout the year.


You'll undertake more independent study and have less scheduled teaching in years 2 and 3, but can typically expect 9-10 hours of timetabled classes per week in your second year and 6-8 hours of timetabled classes per week in your third year.


Assessment activities will include, but not be limited to, student presentations, portfolios, individual and group projects, case studies, written examination papers, aural examinations, coursework, group problem solving, reflective journals, self and peer assessments.

The assessment breakdown of this programme is:

Year 1: 5% Written | 95% Coursework
Year 2: 12% Written | 88% Coursework
Year 3:12% Written | 88% Coursework


Applicants will typically have A levels, BTEC Diploma or Extended Diploma, International Baccalaureate equivalent to 80 UCAS points, or an ICMP Higher Diploma.

In addition, you should hold a GCSE Grade C or 4 or above in English and Maths, or suitable equivalent, such as Level 2 Key Skills, Functional Skills or Adult Literacy/Numeracy.

We also welcome applications from mature applicants who may have no formal qualifications but can demonstrate their suitability for study through appropriate skills and experience.

International students will typically hold a relevant equivalent qualification – please check your qualification with our Admissions team. In addition, you should hold a relevant English language qualification equivalent to CEFR Level B2.

All applicants will be invited to attend an interview.

This course is also available as a one-year CertHE option.

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At any time during the application process if you need help or further advice just contact our Admissions team who will be happy to assist you. 

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Ken ForemanMusic Business

Ken has made records for labels including Elektra Entertainments, East/West Warners, Chrysalis, Sony, Palm Pictures, RTI/S4, Toshiba/EMI, and Almo. There followed a number of years, managed by Pan-American Ad agency, Amber Music Ltd, composing music for commercials. His compositions featured in many US and European campaigns, including Adidas, Bass, Vauxhall, Tennants, Benetton, Foxes, Titleist, Bell Atlantic, and 7 Up.

Berlin AsongMusic Business

Berlin is a Fellow in Management and Marketing. He teaches on the BA (Hons) Digital Marketing, BA (Hons) Digital Marketing & Music Management, BA (Hons) Music & Entrepreneurship and MA Music Business programmes. Berlin taught, assessed, and led on courses, including Strategic Management, Corporate Strategy, Marketing, Brand Management, Consumer Behaviour, Marketing Communications, and Business Management at nurmerous UK Universities.

Hattie Upton-Dance Event Management

Hattie is an accomplished musician with first-hand experience in navigating the music industry. She currently co-manages her own band Carpark which launched in 2021, and has since helped them to achieve multiple Radio 1 plays, Spotify editorial playlists including New Music Friday UK, a brand partnership with Underground England and slots headlining festivals.
Hattie Upton-Dance

Yannis IliopoulosMusic Business

Yannis Iliopoulos has a solid experience in the music industry and music business education with a strong background in strategy, communication and music rights. He is the founder of The Sound Of Everything Records and its publishing arm Timespace Music Publishing, which have successfully built up a catalogue of more than 400 releases so far.

Géraldine ZanaskaDigital Marketing

Géraldine is a music business owner and consultant, international music strategist, music tech entrepreneur, live music promoter and project manager with over 12 years experience in the music industry. Between earning her master’s degree in Music Business Management from London’s University of Westminster and launching Compass Music in 2019 aged 30 - a global music consultancy that provides bespoke international development services to music businesses, events, and institutions, Géraldine worked for an independent record label (Bella Union), a music venue (Royal Albert Hall), a live music promoter (Bird On The Wire), a cultural institution (Institut Français), and the French music export office (Bureau Export – now CNM).

Ian RamageMusic Business

Ian worked his way up through the industry, from a pressing plant employee to executive positions at Polydor Records. From positions in product management and marketing, Ian became Director of Marketing at EMI, working with Kate Bush, Pink Floyd, and Diana Ross. From there, he moved sideways into publishing, working in A&R for BMG for twelve years, then a further two years at Sony/ATV. There, he worked with a broad spectrum of artists and writers, including Coldplay, Keane, Richard Hawley, Elvis Costello, and The Cure.
Ian Ramage | Music Business Tutor | ICMP London

Tony MossDigital Marketing

Tony has been working in the music industry for over 25 years, predominantly in music publishing, licensing and management. He's worked for a range of companies, including MCPS, Ministry of Sound, Modest Management and BMG, which he set up in the UK as Managing Director. Throughout his career, Tony has worked with a wide range of acts and songwriters, from developing singer-songwriters to multi-platinum selling bands, and covering all genres.

Darja BardoDigital Marketing

Darja Bardo is a performer and PR manager, with a breadth of industry experience. She works at ICMP as a programme tutor. Darja started her career as a performer and PR manager for the International Fund of Culture in Latvia. During this time, she worked with leading Latvian culture, events and media organisations across the country. In 2009, she moved to the UK and quickly found her niche in the Construction industry - founding a support line company in this field. Darja held her role in this company until 2017. Darja also works as a consultant for a variety of influencers and brands.

Daryl BärDigital Marketing

Daryl has performed, promoted, produced, and managed within the music industry for over a decade. Since 2012, Daryl has worked in A&R and artist management for boutique electronic music label Mofo Hifi (Young Punx, Bobby Tank, Alizzz) and its sister companies, including Friars Management Ltd (Howard Jones, Tom Bailey of The Thomson Twins, The Young Punx, Phonat and John B) for whom Daryl is an experienced tour manager.
Daryl Bär | Music Business Tutor in office

Jamie JohnstonEvent Management

Starting in the Music Business working in live venue like the Roadmender and Soundhaus in Northampton. Jamie soon progressed into Tour Management with the likes of The Cooper Temple Clause among others and Stage Management at Festivals notably the Radio 1 stage at Reading and Leeds. Since 1999 Artist Management has been his primary focus after signing Medium 21 to Island Records and Chrysalis Music Publishing. He has spent the last 18 years working with major and independent companies such as Universal, EMI, BMG, Mute, Bella Union, Kobalt, PIAS, Erased Tapes, One Little Indian and more besides.