Each month, Bradford Music Lead, Sinead Campbell hosts Music Support Sessions both in-person at Assembly Bradford and online via Zoom.
Through these sessions, Sinead can provide creative advice and signpost to funding, support and networking opportunities for people working in the Bradford music scene.
Who are these advice sessions for?
These sessions are open to artists and professionals working in the Bradford music scene. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Artists and musicians
- Artist management
- Booking agents
- Event organisers
- Music producers
- Music publicists
- Recording engineers
- Sound technicians
- Stage managers
- Tour managers
- Venue owners
- …and everything in-between!
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Meet Sinead Campbell
Sinead Campbell supports the development of the Bradford Music scene. She looks at ways to strengthen the infrastructure, build partnerships and support artists. She chairs the Music Steering group, offers 1-1 support sessions, identifies areas for development in the sector and sits on the Northern Partners Network and Cultural Place Partnership board representing music in Bradford. Sinead is passionate about developing more career pathways for local independent artists and seeing more diversity in the Bradford sector.
Sinead Campbell is a singer-songwriter, freelance Creative producer and Creative Wellbeing Coach. As a producer, Sinead enjoys taking on a multitude of freelance projects – from putting on music events to educational projects with young people. In 2021 she started her own festival: Buskival, which showcased emerging talent in creative ways. She has recently been developing Bradford Music Month with a freelance team and was Project Manager in 2023.
As a musician herself, Sinead understands what it takes to be an independent artist. 2024 will see Sinead relaunch her music career in the Soul scene starting with a headline show at The Underground. She is currently being supported by Help Musicians/MOBO Awards. Her music career spans over 8 years, she has shared the stage with the likes of Basement Jaxx, and Arrested Development, performed at the UK Houses of Parliament and has been championed by BBC Introducing.