Workshops and speakers line-up unveiled for Scottish music industry event Resonate

THE line-up for this year’s Resonate event for music industry professionals, musicians, students and aspiring artists has been announced.

The event will see a number of workshops, masterclasses, panels and drop-in events taking place in Glasgow’s East End, all with the aim of encouraging a more collaborative Scottish music industry.

The Opening Keynote Speaker will be Maggie Crow, who was voted one of the top 10 influential women in music by BBC’s Power Hour, alongside Beyoncé and Taylor Swift.

As Director of Events and Charities at the British Phonographic Industry, Maggie has worked in the industry for over 30 years and will provide countless insights and advice in her keynote speech.

Having worked at the BPI since 1986, Maggie worked her way up and now runs BPI events including the BRIT Awards and Mercury Prize – two of the biggest music events in the world.

A number of workshops on topics such as crowdfunding, expanding internationally, grant schemes mental health and self-care in the music industry will also take place at the event in BAaD (Barras Art and Design) on November 15.

There will also be drop-in sessions with creative minds, journalists, as well as specialists in audio technology, PR and artist management.

Jamie Houston, Music Officer at Creative Scotland, partners of RESONATE said: “It’s an exciting time to be a musician in Scotland. As talent continues to emerge, Creative Scotland are focused on working with partners to generate platforms for discussion, networking and access to the global music industry.

“We are pleased to support 23rd Precinct in delivering Resonate, offering an accessible opportunity to meet key industry representatives, showcase emerging talent and strengthen Scotland’s music scene.”

For the full line-up and tickets, visit