Music Legend Inspires POP Students

When Bruce Dickinson steps up to the microphone this year, it will not be singing as part of his legendary concerts with his band Iron Maiden, as usual. But he’ll be giving a keynote speech to inspire students of the Deutsche POP. The international education provider is working with the British heavy metal icon to guide and promote young talents in the music industry.

Dickinson joins a series of top-class speakers of the Deutsche POP sharing hands-on experience from professionals for the next generation professionals. The academy has twelve German and in total more than 20 locations and is operating internationally as United POP. It offers participants a mixture of theory and practice in various creative fields. The lecturers are primarily professionals with extensive industry experience in a mix of online courses and on site trainings. In addition to the specialist areas of Music & Sound, the Akademie Deutsche POP offers training, further education and degree courses in 5 other specialist areas, including Game Design and Marketing & Media Management. Further information on the faculties can be found here.

Bruce Dickinson will address in his keynote the symbiosis of passion and business, of course with a focus on the rock star's absolute specialty: music.

Tobias Breitenbach, Executive Manager of Akademie Deutsche POP says: "We are once again offering our students a unique opportunity to gain exclusive insights from the music industry. With Bruce Dickinson, we not only have a musician with heart and soul, but someone who understands the business down to the smallest detail. He brings together what we stand for as Deutsche POP - professional passion."

(Source: Official Press Release)

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