Event Details

Event date: 
29 October 2020
Event time: 
6PM
Venue Address: 
ICMP - Room 201

We are very excited to bring you 'Music, I thought you loved me', an interactive seminar by ICMP tutor and Musical Director Jon Shone.

Jon Shone is a mentor and coach with a deep understanding of psychology and anthropology. His career as a live music consultant and musician lead him to working with the worlds biggest band, One Direction. After five years of hedonistic adoration, Jon suffered extreme burnout, addiction problems and mental health trauma.

After healing from the inside out, In 2017 Jon co-founded creative mentoring company Alta, which coach personal resilience in creative industries.

In this honest yet empowering seminar, Jon invites you to ask yourself this question - What is the real relationship you have with music? And how can we remain healthy and loving in it for the duration of our careers?

By investigating what drives us as individuals to be in an industry of high volatility, we can better understand this relationship dynamic. In return we can then learn how to protect ourselves against being hurt by the very thing that we love most.

Watch the livestream on our Facebook page and our YouTube channel, or book a seat to watch in person in one of our socially distanced rooms at ICMP!

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WATCH LIVE HERE

FUTURE STUDENT HUB

ICMP is committed to helping you start your music career with confidence.

As a new member of the ICMP family, our Future Student Hub will give you all the information you need to know about starting your student experience in September 2021.

If you have any questions, get in touch with our friendly team by calling us on 020 7328 0222, sending us an email, or using Live Chat on any page.

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