Ellie Moore

Senior Creative Programme Officer, Help Musicians UK

Ellie Moore is Senior Creative Programme Officer at Help Musicians UK (HMUK) the country’s leading independent music charity. At HMUK she specialises in managing = professional development programmes for musicians as well as carrying out research projects. She is a passionate advocate for the work of HMUK and de-mystifying the funding process, regularly offering advice to musicians by talking on panels for organisations such as BBC Radio 1Xtra, Off the Record, BBC Introducing and the Association for Independent Festivals. She is a graduate of the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and has an MSc in Social Research from Goldsmiths University. At Goldsmiths her research focused on the impact of smartphones and
streaming on music listening behaviours and attitudes


the schedule may be subject to change


12:00 - 16:00

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This is your chance to ask an industry expert that burning question. We have assembled some of the best in the biz specially for you, don’t miss this opportunity. Do you have a specific question about the music industry, artist development, how to release independently or how to get a job in the industry?  Book a one-to-one session with our industry experts and get the personalised advice you need.



12:00 - 13:00

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Funding for creative projects in the music industry is competitive and getting your application on point needs some careful thought. Help Musicians UK’s Ellie Moore and Joe Danher lead a practical session with tips and advice to help you make a successful case for investment. You can also learn more about the charity’s health and welfare offer for musicians to look after both health and mental wellbeing, to help you to perform to your very best. There will also be a chance to get 1-2-1 advice on accessing funding to raise the bar on your music career.


Ellie Moore – Senior Creative Programme Officer, Help Musicians UK

Joe Danher – Creative Programme Officer, Help Musicians UK