For more general experience, look into volunteering at music festivals, get a part-time job in a record shop or start your own music blog. Do your research to find out if there are any music-related events happening in your community at which you could lend a hand. Music apprenticeships are becoming more widespread but you’ll still need to do your research to uncover opportunities. Record companies, talent agencies and PR agencies all offer apprenticeship schemes in the music business.
The BRITs Apprentice Scheme, created by the British Phonographic Industry and funded by the BRIT Awards, gives ten people from England and Wales the unique opportunity to work at a top independent record label or music company. Apprentices receive specialist training in either business administration or digital marketing and will also get to work at the BRIT Awards. The scheme is open to those aged 18 or over and lasts for … Read More