Registration is now open for emerging artists to apply for workshops and gain valuable insights from music experts.
The free workshop will take place at the Oh Yeah Music Centre, in Belfast, on November 21, from 10.30 am until 12.30 pm.
Places at the Guinness Amplify workshops will be offered on a first come, first served basis, so those interested in attending are advised to register early.
Guinness Amplify has brought “fresh, exciting artists” to audiences across Ireland through hundreds of gigs during September and October.
Following the success of these live performances, Guinness Amplify is continuing to support talented musicians through the Guinness Amplify workshops, which will be developed and delivered by First Music Contact and will feature a host of music industry experts.
Registration is now open, so those interested in attending should log onto www.guinnessamplify.com. Each workshop will provide access to a panel of experts who will share advice and their insights on the music industry.
First Music Contact will also deliver masterclasses with the acts that have caught the Guinness Amplify panel’s eye during the live performance stage of Guinness Amplify.
Lisa Fitzsimons, marketing manager, Guinness said: “We were blown away by the quality of the talent that we saw throughout the live performance stage of Guinness Amplify.
“Hundreds of emerging artists got the opportunity to perform in front of audiences in pubs all over Ireland, as part of Guinness Amplify. “
“We are now moving to the next stage of the activity and with our partners, First Music Contact, emerging artists all over Ireland will now have the opportunity to hear from music industry experts at the Guinness Amplify workshops. We expect demand to be high, so those interested in attending should register early via www.guinnessamplify.com”.