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International Music Summit’s Educational Initiative returns to Malta

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International Music Summit (IMS) is proud to announce the return of its summer camp educational program, IMS College.

It returns to the Mediterranean island of Malta for the fourth year running on 13-14 September.

The programme which runs in partnership with AFEM and Point Blank Music offers the next generation of electronic music artists and professionals the tools and knowledge they need to build a career in the industry.

The two summer camp is a two-day, intensive learning experience led by some of the world’s most renowned DJ talents and industry thought leaders, hosted by BBC Introducing, Mixmag & Reprezent Radio broadcaster and journalist Jaguar.

Grammy-nominated producer Nic Fanciulli will join IMS College for an intimate keynote interview. He’s joined by leading industry speakers giving valuable insights on the four key educational pillars of IMS College – Performance, Production, Promotion & Publishing.

The full line-up is below and this year it includes me!
Danny Savage (DJ Growth Lab, Founder, UK)
Danny Whittle (IMS, Co-Founder, UK)
DJ Ravine (Point Blank Music School, Marketing & Content Manager, Australia)
Gary Wood (DJ Growth Lab, Production Coach, UK)
Grahame Farmer (Data Transmission, Founder, UK)
Jaguar (Mixmag/BBC Introducing/Reprezent Radio, Journalist/Broadcaster/DJ, UK)
Jeanny Ricci (Strawboscopic, Creative Director, Spain)
Jo Vidler (elrow, Creative Director, Spain)
Joost Toast (ACS Custom/Ibiza Loves Ears, Distributor, Spain)
Joyce Muniz  (Artist, Brazil)
Justine Servais (Armada Music, International PR & Promotion Manager, Netherlands)
Kikelomo Oludemi (Boiler Room/Native Instruments/No Shade, Host/Product Owner/DJ, UK)
Laren Aguis (Beatport, Product Manager, Malta)
Luke Curtis (Platform 8o8, Creative Director, UK)
Marco Faraone (Artist, Italy)
Mark Lawrence (Black Rock Publishing, Director, UK)
Mark Netto (IMS, Co-Founder, UK)
Nacho Marco (Berklee College of Music, Professor, Spain)
Nic Fanciulli (Artist, UK)
Phil Sagar (Armada Music, A&R, UK)
Ski Oakenfull (Point Blank Music School, Head of Education & Development, UK)
Tamsin Embleton (MIT Collective, Psychotherapist, UK)
Tristan Hunt (Association For Electronic Music, Regional Manger, UK)

Tickets are €35 for two day full IMS College – Malta pass including access to all official night time events from www.internationalmusicsummit.com

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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