Raw Power Management (BMTH, BFMV) announces scholarship with Notting Hill Academy of Music – Kerrang!
Huge rock and metal management firm Raw Power – which works with Bullet For My Valentine, Bring Me The Horizon, Don Broco, and Boston Manor – has announced details of a new 2021 scholarship to give someone a start in the music industry.
The Raw Power Management Craig Jennings Fellowship in Creative Music Business was launched in association with the Notting Hill Academy of Music and Rose Bruford, with the recipient having the opportunity to study Creative Music Business (Raw Power and Relentless Records).
An overview of the course – which will be full-time for nine months and normally costs £9,250 – request : In addition to this, you will need to know more about it.“Are you serious about working in the music industry? Get the skills to become a Record Company Manager, Streaming Manager, Artist Manager, Tour Manager, Booking Agent, Publicist. Connect and enter the music industry in just nine months.
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“You will study and learn everything you need now about: the music industry today, building a business, live broadcasting, digital, events, starting your career, developing & Marketing of artists and products.
Said the raw power CEO Craig Jennings: In addition to this, you will need to know more about it.“I am very happy to announce my Raw Power Fellowship with the Notting Hill Academy of Music. I have always supported and worked with emerging talents in the UK, and this scholarship provides a great opportunity for a very lucky winner.
Apply, go to this link and enter your details!
Posted on June 25, 2021 at 3:24 p.m.