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Senior Regional Officer Natalie Witts-Kilshaw to Present How To Make Music Pay Webinar

The one-hour webinar will be hosted by the Gospel Music Industry Alliance.

Published: 04 February 2022 | 5:12 PM Updated: 25 March 2022 | 1:02 PM
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MU Senior Regional Officer for London Natalie Witts-Kilshaw, will present a one-hour webinar on 15 March 2022, on how to make music pay. The session is being run online 7.00 - 8.00pm by the Gospel Music Industry Alliance (GMIA) and is suitable for music creators, artists, singers, musicians, composers and producers.

Natalie Witts-Kilshaw says:

“More musicians than ever are taking a DIY approach to their music so It’s essential that you know how to protect your rights and make money from your music from the very beginning. Whether you are just starting out on a career as a professional musician, working part-time, or seeking to develop skills and knowledge to secure paid work in the future - How To Make Music Pay will offer advice and guidance on topics such as copyright, royalties and contracts because being a musician is not a hobby – it’s our profession”.


The GMIA is a governing body for the Gospel Music Community across the UK and Ireland. It offers subscription services that provide an online community, key resources, directory registration and programs that supports its subscribers' development at various levels. For more information you can visit the website here.

Please note that non GMIA Subscribers can also attend the event for free. Please visit the event page directly to book a place.

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