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Wired4Music October Council Meeting

As part of Wired4Music’s third council meeting of 2014, the team will be discussing the Manifesto campaign’s theme of PROGRESSION.

Discussion will look at what defines progression routes in the music industry, what alternative career paths are out there, and whether we should be investing time into the idea of peer learning.

Following on from bold debate led by Wired4Music, we hope to provide members with the opportunity to host a talent showcase involving all Wried4Music members.

Previous manifesto council meetings have been held at City Hall, Rich Mix and RBS Headquarters in Liverpool Street. The next meeting will take place in late October, and is open to all Wired4Music members and colleagues in the wider music education sector.

Click here to find out more about the Manifesto campaign > 

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