Acoustic Live has teamed up with Sony Music and Ticketmaster for International Women’s Day. An evening dedicated to originally bringing together women in the creative industry!

This event is completely FREE to attend, and FREE alcohol/soft drinks will be provided. There will also be a complimentary raffle prize giving segment where the chances to win the below will be on offer:

  • Free dinner for two at Vapiano (Oxford Circus)
  • One-hour consultation with Marketing Manager at Warner Bros
  • One-hour consultation with A&R scout at Virgin EMI
  • One-week shadowing sessions at London’s number one urban community radio station for young people
  • Workshops in film production and curation with UNDRLDN
  • Two-day rehearsal space @ Albany Theatre
  • Meeting with a producer @ Albany Theatre to discuss your creative project
  • A pair of tickets to selected shows at O2 Arena (North Greenwich)

Who Will be speaking on the night?

Parris OH (RCA)

Parris O'Loughlin-Hoste. Senior Urban Artist Manager, RCA Records UK

Natty Kasambala (Columbia)

natty kasambala Assistant music editor @galdemzine . radio @foundation_fm @reprezent

Sabrina Kristiansen (RCA)

Sabrina Kristiansen marketing mAnager rca records

San Phillips (Head of Promoter Operations at Killimanjaro)

 San Phillips (Head of Promoter Operations at Killimanjaro)Claire Horseman (Former Managing Director at Coda Agency)

Claire Horseman (Former Managing Director at Coda Agency)

More about Acoustic Live:
Award-winning, multi vessel platform, Acoustic Live is dedicated to keeping stripped back music alive, building a community, and providing a powerful platform that offers artists a chance to flourish is back with a new mission. Celebrating International Women’s Day.
Acoustic Live is creating an all-inclusive intimate space for everyone who identifies as a woman, for one of two reasons. The first, to create safer spaces for less confident women to talk about their aspirations in the creative industry – specifically music, without judgment. The second? Empowering women and highlighting the free opportunities that are available for them in the creative industry.

“We hold the belief that charitable purposes carry the fundamental factors of every community, especially in music. The reason behind our event is not to put the lack of support for women in music under a microscope, but to highlight the free tangible opportunities for said women. It’s particularly important to us to increase the accessibility of resources in the creative industry.”

More about Sony’s What If Programme

Sony Music’s ‘What If’ program is an internal initiative, dedicated to enriching the lives and daily experiences of our employees, both in and out of the office. This partnership with Acoustic Live, to celebrate International Women’s Day 2019, is another layer of their pledge to acknowledge and honour all people. Their involvement in ‘Women Connect’ is a chance to showcase What If’s appreciation for the female contribution within the creative industries – a contribution they commit to not only support, but facilitate and invest in.