Exchange 2018 - Sign-up

Music for Youth Exchange 2018 - 16th and 17th of March at SWG3 Glasgow - Apply to perform and register to attend using the form below

Sign up for Exchange 2018
Friday 16th / Saturday 17th March at SWG3 in Glasgow! 

Hosted by BBC Radio Scotland's Vic Galloway, Exchange is THE event for young people aged 21 and under from across Scotland who want a unique insight into how to get ahead in music and the music industry, including opportunities to perform for industry pros, as well as trade stands, stages and interactive sessions to get involved with.
Friday 16th is designed for young people making music at school or college or as part of larger organisations.
Join the Hold a beat! workshop with Paragon Music, perform, get advice on "How to steal my job" from our industry insiders and hear from composer Sir James Macmillan as he discusses his career and top tips for young musicians.
Saturday 17th is independent young artists and music-makers all the way.

For more information on what's happening each day check out our website:

About you:

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Accompanying Adult

As you are under 18 years old, we will also need the contact details for someone who will be responsible for your welfare at the event. This could be your parent / carer or another adult who, if you're also under 16, would also need to accompany you on the day.

Your Contact Information

What can I take part in at Exchange?

Most spaces in sessions across the two days will be available on a first-come-first-served basis, however if you are attending on Friday 16th and would like to attend the Hold a Beat! workshop in the morning, you will need to register before the day using the form below.

Monitoring Information

Music for Youth is committed to ensuring that all applicants are treated equally and without discrimination. This form is intended to help us to maintain equal opportunities best practice and to identify the barriers to equality and diversity. 

The results of this form will be used anonymously and kept confidential. 

By completing and submitting this form to us, you are hereby consenting to our processing of any sensitive personal data in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. 

Please tell us a bit more about you or your group.

1. How many of your group members would describe their ethnicity as the following: (please enter a numerical value) 

2. What is the gender-identifying split in your group?

And finally...