From left to right: Suzi Green, Daniel Casimir, Lucy Heyman.
Help Musicians UK (HMUK) is pleased to announce a partnership with AIM (Association for Independent Music) for the upcoming flagship conference next month, AIM Connected, which will take place from 1-3 April at Studio Spaces, London.
HMUK will be hosting a panel on day two titled ‘Staying Healthy Under Pressure’, and will be joined for the discussion by vocal coach and doctoral PhD researcher Lucy Heyman, tour manager and nutritionist Suzi Green, and Help Musicians funded artist Daniel Casimir. The conversation will be chaired by Help Musicians' own Aidan Culley and will explore the range of pressures that might have an impact on the mental health of musicians, such as touring and performance pressure, irregular working hours, relationships and more.
Rolling the Indie-Con, Music Connected and Women in Music events into one, AIM Connected will be AIM’s biggest conference to date. The three days are chock-full of diverse programming, offering music industry professionals holistic and forward-thinking insight from the best minds in the business.
Subsidised member tickets start from £65+VAT and non-member tickets start from £120+VAT. Lunch, refreshments and networking drinks are included in the ticket price. One day and three day tickets are available here.