Mark Ralph | Production Masterclass at Institute of Contemporary Music Performance

Event Details

Event date: 
11 December 2017
Event time: 
7-9pm
Venue Address: 
ICMP, 1a Dyne Road, NW6 7XG

Mark Ralph started his career as a session guitarist, recording and playing live with a long list of artists, which include Gwen Stefani, Roy Ayers, Sister Sledge, Pet Shop Boys, Ringo Starr, Sly & Robbie, Screaming Lord Sutch, Edwyn Collins, Horace Andy, Tom Jones, Holly Johnson, Fatboy Slim, Ronnie Wood, Fatback Band and Robbie Williams. He cut his production teeth as a member of acclaimed electronic trio The Filthy Dukes, who released their one and only album “Nonsense In The Dark” in 2009 to great critical acclaim and also remixed the likes of Bloc Party, The Rakes, Death From Above 1979, Florence and the Machine, Temper Trap, Lady Gaga and Passion Pit, in the process.

He used this as a springboard to develop his skills as a producer, mixer and writer, producing a variety of electronic and also guitar-based music, including Hot Natured, Egyptian Hip Hop, Hudson Mohawke, Infinity Ink, Death In Vegas, Friendly Fires, MK, Foxes (ICMP Alumnus), Jagwa Ma, Franz Ferdinand, Anna Calvi, George Fitzgerald and Hot Chip, amongst others.

In recent times he has co-produced and mixed international hits including Clean Bandit’s Christmas No.1 single “Rockabye”, which spent nine weeks at Number 1 on the UK Charts in 2016/17. The track is now certified platinum in the UK with over 5.5 million copies sold worldwide and counting.

All masterclasses are free of charge to ICMP students and we have many great guests visiting throughout the year.

If you're considering making an application to study with us in 2018, we encourage you to get your application in on time. The UCAS deadline for UK applicants is 15th January 2018, applications received on or before that date will receive priority for our next student intake. Our Admissions Team are on hand to answer any of your questions about our courses and applying through UCAS, call the team on 020 7328 0222 or enquiries@icmp.ac.uk

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