Tipping Point presents Industry Insights – a new series of online events where we invite different musicians and industry professionals to chat through their experiences.
As the world gets to grips with adjusting its day to day business to a more virtual and digital setting, there are certain roles within the music industry require more human interaction than others; one of those being the teaching of musical instruments and practices.
In this webinar, Tipping Point’s Charlie Dancer will be hosting a live interview with Tom Larthe De Langladure, experienced drummer and director of north-east based music school Yamaha Tynside, and discussing how they have adjusted their practices deliver the same standard of teaching and exciting level of engagement for their students without benefits of face to face, in-the-room lessons.
With the advent of Coronavirus, there has been a huge change in the way musicians are providing lessons and content – Tom has been heading up the different methods and and practices (with the help of his colleagues and business partner) which best suit his students needs as well as guiding other staff and helping his School stay relevant in this new world of musical education.
This online event is part of the Supply Chain North East Programme and aims to provide music teachers with advice and an insight into how best to work from home and engage clients during this time.
Supply Chain North East will see four key partners joining forces to work with over 800 businesses between 2018-2021 supporting businesses to identify opportunities in new and existing markets. An integral part of the North East Growth Hub, Supply Chain North East will be delivered across the region by RTC North, Generator, North East Automotive Alliance (NEAA) and North East Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC). Supply Chain North East is receiving up to £3,148,514 of funding from the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.