Take Note Academy goes online with Emerald, UKF, Reprezent and more

Take Note Academy, London’s music conference for the next generation, is going online.

Take Note Academy Online kicks off on Monday July 6 and features Emerald, UKF, Reprezent Radio, Martha and more.

With the IRL version of the academy paused until 2021, Take Note will be running events every day for a week at 5pm.

The full schedule looks like this and can be viewed on YouTube and Facebook and Instagram:

Emerald (Rinse FM / BBC Radio 1Xtra) w/ Martha
Keep Hush (Fred & Freddy, Founders) w/ Martha
Gerald Sagoe (Creative Director / So Fraiche) w/ Carly Wilford
Reprezent Radio (Ailbhe Máiréad & Kyle Craig) w/ Emerald
UKF (Luke Hood, Founder) w/ Carly Wilford

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Take Note Academy Founder Bianca Mayhew said: “We all miss human interaction - live gigs, club nights, studio sessions, college or office brainstorming, dance floor epiphanies and communal spaces to develop creative relationships - all that our industry is built on. While we are on pause Take Note will provide an online platform for the next generation to keep learning, be inspired and stay connected. We must adapt to move forwards, and come together to keep creating.”

Take Note has teamed up with regular partner LWE as well as Youth Music to deliver the series.

Youth Music Engagement Director Daniel Williams said: “Youth Music is delighted to be collaborating with Take Note Academy to amplify the work of some of the UK music scene’s most exciting entrepreneurs, DJs and content creators, enabling others to learn from their experiences. We’re committed to nurturing the energy, skills, and ideas of the next generation which is needed now more than ever.”

You can also sign up to the Take Note Academy Online community, where you can create your own profile, DM speakers and receive opportunities from Youth Music and industry / brand partners, as well as connect with professionals and the Take Note team.

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