Bristol Plays Music is the Creative Learning and Engagement part of Bristol Music Trust Ltd which operates the Colston Hall. Bristol Music Trust has a comprehensive Privacy Notice which sets out how the organisation is compliant with the GDPR regulations. In the following document all references to Bristol Music Trust (BMT) include Bristol Plays Music (BPM).
To view the BMT Privacy Notice click here. The Privacy Notice sets out the following:
Schools book musical and education activities with BPM by completion of a Music Tuition Booking Form. The booking form creates a contractual agreement between schools and Bristol Music Trust Ltd. It explains how Bristol Music Trust is GDPR compliant and how, as Joint Data Controllers with schools, personal information is managed and protected.
A Data controller is a person who (either alone or jointly or in common with other persons) determines the purposes for which and the manner in which any personal data is, or are to be, processed.
As Joint Data Controller, BMT uses the music education industry standard Paritor Management Information System. This affects schools and music centres with direct billing to parents.
The BMT Privacy Notice covers the data rights of individuals, secure processing, reporting and communicating data breaches, and the conducting of impact assessments where relevant.
Refer to Retention Policy for information on how BMT deletes or returns personal data to schools at the end of the event or contract term.
As joint data controllers, schools are entitled to inspect how shared data is used and kept secured.
On Wednesday 23 September 2020 Colston Hall changed its name to Bristol Beacon, and this means we’re changing too.
Bristol Plays Music is run by Bristol Music Trust, the charity that also runs the venue formerly known as Colston Hall. These two organisations will soon unite under one name: Bristol Beacon.
Click below to find out more about how we’re changing, watch our name announcement, and discover how we want everyone to share in the joy of live music.