Empowering a generation of female producers Town Hall Symphony Hall and Cubepresent a FREE six week music production course with Emmavie.
Earlier this year, Town Hall Symphony Hall and CUBE presented a six week music production course designed for female producers from Birmingham.
A recent report titled Inclusion in the Recording Studio – the second annual report from Professor Stacy L. Smith and the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative to investigate the music industry – highlighted that only 2 percent of producers across 400 songs were female. For producers, this translates into a gender ratio of 47 males to every one female.
The free course was led by London-based singer-songwriter, DJ and producer Emmavie.
Emmavie has already gained support from the likes of Apple Music and Rinse FM and was crowned BBCRadio 1Xtra’s Best of British for an unreleased song featured on her forthcoming album, Honeymoon.
Emmavie also has credits with a number of international artists including collaborations with IAMNOBODI, Budgie, ROMderful, Jarreau Vandal, Dornik, Alfa Mist, and Jay Prince.
In Town Hall Symphony Hall’s first IG:TV video, participant Lekky Music said: “I’ve gained a lot more confidence when it comes to approaching production.”
Follow @thsh_birmingham on Instagram to find out more about this six week programme.
About Town Hall Symphony Hall
As a registered charity, Town Hall Symphony Hall have one mission: to inspire a love of live music, through performance, participation and learning. Each year, Town Hall Symphony Hall connect over 18,000 young people and adults to a world of music and performance across the West Midlands.
CUBE is a talent and development ecosystem for music creatives based in the Midlands, founded by Shekayla Maragh. Their aim is to provide honest spaces and opportunities that encourage artistic integrity, creative freedom and discovery.