Industry Conference 9-11 March 2007, Market Bosworth,
FolkArts England, responsible for the running of the
Association of Festival Organisers Conference, Folk Arts Network Conference
and other training projects is launching a Folk Industry Conference to
take place at Bosworth Hall, Market Bosworth, Leicestershire.
1960s Folk Music has had its ups and downs but as you will have read in the
press Folk is (now) Cool. Never
has there been so much interest in our music. I would like to offer you this event
to meet with hundreds of other people working in this genre, to discuss key
issues, to hear from each other and key guest speakers, and through a unique
networking opportunity share your experiences. Please find below a list of the
industry sectors that we believe will be interested in contributing to and
attending this conference.
Have A Conference?
Media attention is on
the young and new wave of the folk scene. The industry that backs them up and
keeps the pot boiling is made up of a wide range of people and companies. Talking and working together will
provide a stronger network and opportunity that can keep folk music in the
forefront for many more years.
This Conference will show the music world that we are not just a
passing fancy, but a serious music to be
With A Little
What I need
from you at this early stage is some indication as to whether you think it is
a good idea? Would you attend?
And if so would you be interested in speaking, joining a panel or coming up
with key issues that effect you and your business in the UK folk scene
would appreciate any assistance you can offer and would ask you to take a few
moments to follow the link below and complete the survey or drop me a line
back with any subjects or ideas, however off the wall or strange they may
seem. The sifting process to
prepare a busy and attractive agenda that would be of value to all delegates
is already underway.
I hope you
are interested and I look forward to hearing from you shortly.
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