Professional pathways podcast – Future Bubblers edition!

We have just released a special two-part edition of our ‘Professional Pathways’ Podcast in which we are celebrating our support of the Future Bubblers.

Aiden (who looks after the Musicians' Hearing Health Scheme) and Ellie (our Creative Programme Officer) talked to year one Bubbler, Munro followed by year two Bubbler, Elsa Hewitt.

Listen to the interviews and find out more about the artist's career journeys, how the Future Bubblers scheme has helped them along the way as well as their reflections on applying for music funding.

Listen to Munro's interview here & listen to our chat with Elsa here.

Alongside Elsa, we are excited to be supporting all the year two bubblers (pictured below) with bursaries! So far funding has been used for recording projects, video production, PR and new software and equipment.

To hear the music behind the pictures click the links below links clockwise from top left:

George French
Skinny Pelembe
Elsa Hewitt
Lewis Ashley
MISSY
Rtmgsn / Ratomagoson
Mali Hayes
Nashé xx/Tinashé
Ajay Carter
R. Lyle

 Y2 Future Bubblers


Year 3 of the Future Bubblers LIVE! This year the focus is on Liverpool and Southampton with new partnership organisations joining the journey

Southampton:

SoCo Music Project & Newtown Youth Centre

Liverpool:

24 Kitchen Street & Useless Wooden Toys Society

The application dates for Year 3 are from 3rd July - 18th August and can be made via www.futurebubblers.com 

• The event mentioned is at Rich Mix on 19 May and is presented by Serious as part of Serious Space - presenting premieres, collaborations and innovative new work by fresh and edgy talent from the international and UK music scenes.

• Listen back to Future Bubblers / Amy and Selassie on WorldwideFM

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