Tewkesbury Academy’s music department welcomed former student Max Walters to give a careers in music talk.
He spoke to music students in Years 9,10 and 11 about the prospect of working in the live events industry and his experience within the industry over the last two years.
Max left Tewkesbury in 2020 and is currently at university at the Academy of Live Technology in West Yorkshire. He has also had lot of work experience at The Roses Theatre.
In his talk, Max mentioned events and artists he has worked with including the Grøn Koncert in Denmark, Kendrick Lamar, Coldplay, Hozier and The Arctic Monkeys. Head of Music, Rhiannon Felton said: “It was great to welcome Max. He spoke about how Tewkesbury School and Kev Howlett (his Music Technology teacher, featured in the photo) had specifically sparked his interest in what he wanted to study and what is now his career.
“He wanted share his experiences and inspire other Tewkesbury students who may be considering the many opportunities within the live music/events industry as a future career. We wish Max every continued success.”