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War Child Presents: Mental Health and the Music Industry tickets

EartH (Hackney Arts Centre) in Greater London

Wednesday 4th September 2019

10:00am til 5:30pm

Minimum Age: 14

A day of discussion around resilience, support & mental health in the music industry, feat. Rebecca Lucy Taylor (Self Esteem), MMF, AIM + more.

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War Child Presents: Mental Health and the Music Industry on Wednesday 4th September 2019

Following the announce of their live series, Safe & Sound, featuring headline shows from Stefflon Don & Sundara Karma, War Child is thrilled to announce a day of discussion & conversation around resilience, support & mental health in the music industry.

The day will feature ‘in conversation with’ sessions hosted by DIY, featuring Rebecca Taylor (aka Self Esteem) and more to be announced, and panel discussions curated and moderated by partners including the Music Managers' Forum (MMF), the Association of Independent Music (AIM), Skiddle & Little Pink Book. It’s presented as part of War Child’s Safe & Sound series, raising funds and awareness for children affected by conflict.

The full schedule of speakers & curators is:

Panel 1: Curated by the MMF

10am – Music, Business, Resilience – When is the right time to think about an artist’s mental health?

Nicky Carder – Music Managers Forum

Lily Somerville & Megan Markwick – IDER

Ellen Kirk – Artist Manager at Look Out Kid Management (Courtney Barnett)

Chris McCourt - A&R Consultant at Atlantic Records and owner of sevenfoursevensix

Panel 2: Curated by Little Pink Book

11:15am - Leaders in the industry: success vs self care

Roberta Hickey - Founder of Little Pink Book

Carly Wilford – DJ, Presenter & Creator SISTER Collective

Sara Lord – SVP International Sync & Project Development, Concord Music Publishing

Erin Mills – Director of Press, Listen Up

12:15pm – Laurie Vincent (Slaves) in conversation with DIY

Panel 3: Curated by Help Musicians

1:30pm – What Next: An exploration into mental health crisis support and prevention toolkits for musicians

Joe Hastings - Head of Health and Welfare, Help Musicians UK

Tamsin Embleton - Psychotherapist and founder of Music Industry Therapist Collective

Eric Mtungwazi - Managing Director, Music Support

Tristan Hunt - Regional Manager, Association For Electronic Music

Panel 4: Curated by Skiddle

2:30pm – Supporting Promoters’ Health

Becca Frankland - Skiddle

Amanda Maxwell – Board Member,

Ellie Talebian – Managing Director, Eclectic Toolbox

John Rostron – Founder, The Association of Independent Promoters (AIP)

Stuart Glen - The Cause

3:45pm - 'Burnout In The Creative Industries' – A roundtable discussion presented by the Association of Independent Music (AIM) and Getahead

Max Linguistics Owen - MC / Producer

Chevy Rough - Founder, Chasing Projects

Leena Lewis - Artist Manager

Sara Al Hamad – Legal and Business Affairs Manager (AIM)

4:45pm – Rebecca Lucy Taylor (Self Esteem) in conversation with DIY

Music Genres: 

Acoustic, House, Indie, R&B, Rap


War Child group

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