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Recording of Music Rights in Performing Arts Venues 

12 June @ 10:00 am 12:00 pm

Book this recording to learn at a time that suits you.

This recording of an upcoming webinar offers you the opportunity to ask a panel of experts any questions you might have about music rights in performing arts venues.

Attendees will have the opportunity to submit their questions at time of booking.

Please note: exact content of the webinar is dependent on the questions that are sent in by attendees.

This session will:

  • Provide a working understanding of some of the different roles involved in music rights
  • Explore how music rights differ for live theatre or dance performance and live theatre/dance performance that’s being recorded 
  • Offer a better understanding of your position when receiving work — i.e. from a producer rather than an in-house production  

Any prior knowledge/experience needed to benefit from this session? 

No prior knowledge necessary.     

How do I take part?

You will be sent a link to the recording of this webinar after 12 June.

You will then have access to the recording for 6 weeks, so you can learn in your own time.     

Cost

Members: Free

Non-members: £55 + VAT

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Membership starts from just £70 + VAT per year or free for 3 months if you are between jobs.


Please note: By booking this recording, you will not have access to the live webinar that takes place on 12 June. Instead, you will be sent a link to the recording at a later date. Book the live webinar here.  


Trainers

Mark Garfield | Founder and Co-director | Pop Up Music  

Mark is a drummer, producer, songwriter and these days a music publisher – founder co-director of Pop-Up Music a UK music publisher and sync agent.

He has drummed, produced and written for artists including, Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols), Dr Fink (Prince), Eddie Kramer (producer Jimmy Hendrix, Led Zeppelin…), Pete Brown (Cream), Mo Foster (Jeff Beck, Phil Collins), Clem Burke (Blondie), Neal X (Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Marc Almond), Arthur Brown and Hotei (Kill Bill OST). Netflix composed syncs in Insatiable, Moon Knight and Wednesday.

Headshot of Mark Garfield
Image courtesy of Mark Garfield 

Keith Arrowsmith | Senior Partner, Legal | Counterculture Partnership LLP  

Keith is a solicitor providing charity law and governance advice. He qualified as a solicitor in 1995 and has since been helping charities and other individuals and organisations in the cultural, creative, heritage, educational and media sectors. He provides guidance and assistance on intellectual property, data protection, confidentiality, freedom of information, business law, contracts, website regulations and charity law.  

Keith is a Governance Associate for the Clore Leadership Programme. His research includes the effect on charity law of the Charity Governance Code.  He is a member of the Charity Law Association and was recommended in the independent publications, 2019 Legal 500 and 2020 Legal 500.  

Keith Arrowsmith headshot
Image courtesy of Keith Arrowsmith 

Rupert Hollier | Red Five Creative  

Biography and image coming soon.