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Is A&R Apprenticeship worthwhile?

News: 15th February 2011 by Louise Dodgson under Music Publishing, Music Training & Careers, Record Labels

Late last year we told you about the opportunity to learn how to become an A&R hotshot courtesy of a new apprenticeship provided by Brighton Institute of Modern Music alongside EMI. However, this has thrown up the rather pertinent question of how relevant this apprenticeship may be in a time where A&R as we know it is becoming more and more redundant. And, is A&R even a subject that can be taught?

 

Related Links

http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/musicblog/2011/feb/11/behind-music-teach-a-r-course

http://www.theunsignedguide.com/news/item.asp?id=1332

http://www.theunsignedguide.com/news/1414/is-the-ar-role-redundant/


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bimm, a&r, artist and repertoire, brighton institute of modern music, bristol institute of modern music, music courses, music education

 

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