Get your music heard. Connect with professional artists. Develop your music in live workshops.
“Anyone who wants to get their music out there, try new things with it and meet some really cool people, then Frequencies is definitely for you!” Jennifer, previous participant
FREQUENCIES offers emerging artists 21 and under the chance to perform, work with professional artists and meet industry experts.
Sign-up to guarantee entry to Liverpool Philharmonic Music Room on Saturday 29th April and apply for a performance slot in the Artist Showcase.
FREQUENCIES. Liverpool Philharmonic Music Room. Saturday 29th April 2017.
Sign-up using the button above to guarantee entry to:
14:00 - 16:00 - Live Performance Workshop led by Jason Singh - workshop your music in collaboration with emerging and professional artists.
17:00 - 18:00 - Music Industry Panel Q&A - ask those burning questions and get advice.
19:30 - Late - Artist Showcase hosted by Remel London
Apply for a performance slot in the Artist Showcase and get access to:
- Professional stage crew and sound tech for soundcheck and performance
- Get feedback on your music and performance from professionals
- Consideration for performances at other events and venues nationally including the Royal Albert Hall
Deadline for performance slot sign-ups is Thursday 30th March 2017
Frequencies events consist of three parts:
Apply to perform in the evening showcase and work with professional stage managers and sound crew. Following on from Frequencies you may be invited to perform at the Music for Youth Proms at the Royal Albert Hall.
Work side-by-side with professional artists and other musicians to develop your music in live workshops.
Your chance to hear from the professionals, ask those burning questions and get their advice on how to get into the industry.
Frequencies is for anyone 21 and under.
Previous Frequencies events have included sessions with Universal, Un-Convention, Fyfe Dangerfield, Paugwé, Hobbit, Jason Singh, Paul Griffiths and the RNCM Session Orchestra
Frequencies is Music for Youth’s programme for emerging young musicians looking to develop a career in music. In 2015, 86% of the young artists taking part said Frequencies gave them a better understanding of how to get into the music industry. If you would like information on how to support Frequencies, or get involved as a partner please email email@example.com.
Frequencies is sponsored by Vivendi & Trinity College London.