We’re proud to support our friends at the Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast’s dedicated music hub, in hosting an event for Sound of Belfast on November 15th 2014.
We are always eager for innovative ideas to contribute towards the music industry and are thrilled to be part of the venture through a dedicated panel which discusses, the stress and strains that go along with the highs of being a musician. We are excited to be joined by the industries experts for a discussion that dives into the challenges which impact an artist’s health and wellbeing such as hearing problems and performance anxiety.
Sound of Belfast plans to run an array of events to stimulate talent development and act as a platform for industry opportunities. The event will open with a legendary solo performance by Ash front man, Tim Wheeler, and the programme will close with the Northern Ireland Music Prize as well as an unforgettable presentation of an Oh Yeah Legend Award to the band, Therapy?.
The fresh music project is held across 8 days and a total of 25 events take place as a chance for new bands, veteran punks, electronic acts, traditional music players, troubadours and pop contenders to showcase their talent.
Stuart Bailie, CEO of Oh Yeah says: “The eight days will be loaded with, business, art, fun and community. November is worthy of a sustained music programme and Sound of Belfast will make that happen each year.”
We asked musicians about their Health and Wellbeing. Read the results of our survey.
Other Sound of Belfast events include; The Van Morrison Trail, Music and Sound for Video Games, Back Track Soul Night and an Acoustic Picnic. The events are set to sell out fast so book your space now to avoid disappointment.