Launched in 2016, Question Session is committed to educating people about the music industries. Through an online educational portal, news and reviews blog and a comprehensive music conference, Question Session encourages learning, development and networking.
Each event allows attendees to collectively engage in a range of activities delivered by industry practitioners. Through discussions, exercises and practical training, participants can raise questions, debate and demonstrate the skills and knowledge they have learned. Question Session promotes inclusion and has initiated change by ensuring that each conference line-up demonstrates a 50:50 gender balance. In addition, the content exhibits accessibility, giving everyone a platform for discourse and an opportunity to learn and progress.
Question Session 2020 will take place on Saturday the 8th of February at The Lighthouse, Glasgow. It is free to enter, with sessions and activities commencing at 10 am and finishing at 5pm.
"The Question Session was a valuable and enjoyable experience for attendees and panel guests. It was heartening to see students participating in the event, I felt it was an informative session for all involved".
Douglas MacIntyre - Riverside Music College / The Creeping Bent Organisation
"Any aspiring producer / Label owner / DJ / , If you are interested in pursuing a career in the music industry make sure you attend one of these events.
Packed to the brim full of credible, creative people working within the Industry sharing invaluable information that cannot be gained browsing the web".
Davie Forbes – Producer/DJ/Label Owner
"I was invited to talk at the 2017 question sessions on the media panel. It's great to have an event like this right here in Glasgow considering the vast wealth of music minded people in a city deep rooted in music. I would encourage anyone who's looking to get ahead in this business to come along and get involved".
Michelle Harkness – Groove City Radio
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