MU Network: Birmingham
Wednesday, 15 August 2012 from 18:00 to 21:30 (BST)
MU Network: Birmingham
Calling all those involved in music throughout the West Midlands.
The Musicians’ Union is hosting a free networking session for people working in the local music industry, giving you a chance to chat, connect and to build on those networks which can help you to succeed.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to find out more about the MU’s Fair Play Guide – essential information about co-promotion shows and other live issues, such as showcase events and competitions.
Are you a gigging musician? Take this opportunity to promote yourself or upcoming projects, network with others and chat to your regional MU team. Could you make a connection that will open the door to another stage in your career?
WHEN: Wednesday 15 August
WHERE: Fazeley Studios
TIMES: 6:00pm - 9:30pm
The event will include light refreshments for attendees so please let me know if you have any special dietary requirements by contacting me on 0121 236 4028 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any access requirements please contact me on the details above to help me facilitate your needs.
Fazeley Studios is just a ten minute walk from Birmingham New Street Station, and a five minute walk from Birmingham Moor Street station.
There is free on street parking on Fazeley Street, River Street and Floodgate Street. Additional parking can be found at the pay and display car park on Heath Mill Lane.
When & Where
Live Music Exchange in Partnership with the Musicians' Union
The Musicians’ Union represents over thirty thousand musicians working in all sectors of the music industry and offers a range of services for professional and student musicians. Visit the MU website and find out how the Union can help you with your career in the live arena, the recording studio, in education or as a writer/composer. www.theMU.org
The Live Music Exchange is a knowledge exchange initiative dedicated to building bridges between researchers and practitioners across the range of live music activity. Our activities put a range of professional interests- academics, promoters, musicians, and more – together to foster dialogue and work towards a healthy and vibrant live music environment. You can find out more about our work and background at: http://livemusicexchange.org