The David Ferguson Lecture explores the biggest issues facing composers, songwriters and music creators. This November the lecture will explore how digital technologies are taking classical music beyond traditional performance spaces to reach, collaborate, and engage with new and existing audiences.
We’ll explore how technology, its use and impact on culture and behaviours, is shaping the manner in which today’s classical composers and artists collaborate and connect.
Speakers include composer Heloise Werner and media, entertainment and technology strategy professional Tiago Correia with more panellists to follow.
Live streamed from The Qube – Recording, Podcast & Photography Studios, the event is free and open to all.