Live-streaming your events and performance can help you extend your audiences, enabling you to broaden access to, and engagement with, your work. The Connect: Resound Live team can be commissioned to manage live broadcasts on your behalf.
We speak to many Music Education Hubs, local authorities and arts organisations who are interested in broadening their reach – for example, to children and young people, to local communities and beyond – by live-streaming music and arts experiences. However, they aren’t quite sure where to start and have concerns about investing in equipment.
We hand-hold clients through the process from planning the live-stream to venue set-up, ensuring high quality sound and visuals, through to on the day management of the broadcast. To maximise accessibility, we are also skilled at integrating live captions and BSL-interpreting into live-streams.
As well as having the expertise and technology to deliver a high-definition live-stream for your event, we can also provide support with marketing your broadcast, as well as Twitter feedback on the day and tracking online engagement with your event.
Via this web site we can offer an exclusive client area where the live event will be screened and can also be made available to watch on demand too.
Our experience includes working with the following partners to deliver live broadcasts: English Folk Dance and Song Society, Hallé Orchestra, Harrogate International Festivals, Jazz North, Live Music Now, Norfolk Music Hub, Orchestras Live, and Royal Northern Sinfonia.
For an informal discussion about hiring our team to live-stream your event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Case study: Norfolk Virtual Big Sing
Partner: Norfolk Music Hub
Head of Norfolk Music Service: “I thought it was brilliant…absolutely first class! The live broadcast certainly went down well in our schools and the feedback was phenomenal. It gave us an opportunity to branch out on the types of activities that we already offer whilst offering scope for similar events in the future.”