SOURCE Noel Music Management
LONDON, December 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Funded by the government's start-up loans scheme, Noel Music Management is taking a unique approach in supporting upcoming artists
Two recent music graduates from Canterbury Christ Church University have decided they've had enough of musicians not being paid for the work they do.
Noel Music Management based in London, on the banks of the river Thames, have devised a strategy where only paid concerts are offered to its musicians.
Up and running since October 2013, NMM is currently in its application stage, sourcing its first musicians to work with from across the UK and begin its revolution.
With future concerts already being discussed with venues in prominent cities such as London, Berlin & Taipei; it is a very exciting time for the company and its applicants!
"Noel Music Management offers a service that until now has been non-existent for upcoming musicians" says Managing Director, Tremaine Richard-Noel. "In the UK we have extremely talented classical musicians graduating with a low likelihood of finding performing work - we want to change this"
The company has been received well by musicians, already has a Facebook following in excess of 4000 and has had good wishes from prominent musicians such as Johann De Meij, whose interview is available on their website.
"Our goal is to give musicians the opportunity to make money in doing what they love. The beauty of classical music isn't always appreciated, and it is time to revive the genre" says Artist Management Director, Elena Broerse.
Applications for new musicians close on the 14th January 2014.
More information on NMM can be found at http://www.noelmusicmanagement.co.uk.
Interested musicians can view the artist management brochure at bit.ly/viewnmm
Notes to Editor:
Noel Music Management is a new organisation providing both a management service for classical musicians and an events management service to provide musicians to perform at events in the UK and Europe.
Recently awarded £10,000 from the government's start-up loans scheme.
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