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What Can We Do To Build A Black Music Industry?

A debate/workshop focusing on finding networks and strategies to build a sustainable British black music industry


One of the decisons made after the last BMC debate, 'British Black Music Is Dead -Discuss', was that we need to create solid infrastructures in order to build a sustainable black music industry in Britain. This debate/workshop aims to focus on steps needed to turn that vision into reality - and what role interested parties can play in that process. Industry guests will help facilitate workshops & networking.


Speaker(s):

Jordan Kensington (Urban Music Awards | talks
Greg Graham (Chewatribe/Afreex) | talks
Hugh Francis (Jet Star) | talks
Paulette Long (Westbury Music/MPA) | talks
Akosua Annobil-Dodoo (New Nation) | talks
K Kwaku (Chair) | talks

 

Date and Time:

15 January 2005 at 3:00 pm

Duration:

3 hours

 

Venue:

City University
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB


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Organised by:

Black Music Congress
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Tickets:

£Free

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Additional Information:

£Free but preferable to prebook via www.bbm-on.net or mail: editor@britishblackmusic.com

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