AKG SCHOLARSHIP OF SOUND 2011
The Second Edition of the Scholarship of Sound, 2011, has now taken place in Berlin from July 30th to August 6th and what a week it was!
Ten lucky participants from all over Europe had the chance to spend a week in Berlin attending workshops and mentoring sessions led by some of Electronic music’s most influential, leading artists and professionals.
Not only that, but the participants were able to discover and enjoy Berlin as a city and a music-haven taking in the sights and spaces that make Berlin one of the ‘the’ most inspirational and creative cities in the world.
AKG and Scholarship of Sound would like to thank the ten lucky participants for their enthusiasm and eagerness to learn!
Dana Dramowicz (Poland)
Diana Combo (Portugal)
Diego Figari (Spain)
Franziska Grohmann (Germany)
Jean-Charles Zambo (France)
Lauritz Munch (Denmark)
Richard Eigner (Austria)
Richard OConnor (United Kingdom)
Robin van der Jagt (Netherlands)
Sam Hanlan (United Kingdom)
AKG and Scholarship of Sound would also like to thank the experts for their invaluable input and availability!
Scott Monteith (Deadbeat)
Finally, AKG and Scholarship of Sound would like to thank the following partners for their invaluable support in making this year’s edition happen.
Sound on Sound
Stay tuned for more details on when application opens for Year 3… SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!
Expert Panel has now been revealed! Check the EXPERTS section
What happened in 2010?
Check out our archive section to see some great video footage of the 2010 edition.