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Mat Wright

Selector PRO aims to share the UK experience of music industry management in order for the Georgian professionals to build on the existing knowledge and enhance their skills.

As part of the Selector PRO programme we organise professional development trainings, DJ sessions and talks for music events managers, festivals producers, and journalists writing about music.

On 6-8 February 2018 - Dan Tsu ((BIMM London/Lyrix Organix) - event producer, promoter, CEO and educator conducted the Music Events Management Training.

On 8-10 February 2018 – Paul Lester, with 30 years of experience in the Field delivered Music Journalism Training.

Selector PRO has evolved out of the Selector  radio show produced by the British Council, which brings the best new music from UK to Georgian audiences from 2010 through Radio Green Wave (FM 107.4). The show brings you up to date with all that is going on in new British music. The Selector features exclusive live sessions, mixes and interviews with some of the most exciting British artists covering styles of music from indie, dubstep, folk, soul, electro and everything in between.

Call for applications

Chris Cooke, the journalist and media entrepreneur from the UK, will deliver the masterclass on Licensing and copyright in UK on 30th January, 2019.

The Masterclass onlicensing and copyright in UK, is part of the British Council Programme Selector PRO. The Programme aims to share the UK experience of licensing and rights of music products in the UK to share the UK experience with  Georgian professionals to build on their existing knowledge, experience and enhance their skills.

Chris Cooke is an editor, journalist and media entrepreneur. He is co-founder and MD of CMU a company that helps people navigate and understand the music business. It does this through media like the CMU Daily bulletin, Set list podcast and CMU Trends library; through consultancy unit CMU Insights with its training courses, conference sessions and research reports; and through education programme CMU:DIY, which supports early-career artists and future industry talent.

 Interested participants are requested to send the completed registration form until 23:59 o’clock on 13 January 2019 to Ketevan Tvildiani, Arts Assistant.

Please note that only the selected applicants will be contacted with detailed information on the venue and the exact timing.