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Sign up for 2 British Council Webinars on CULTURAL HERITAGE and MUSIC IN POST-REFERENDUM EUROPE coming this week and next week

There are two British Council webinars in the near future relevant to those with research interests in cultural heritage and music.

FRIDAY 9th JUNE @1pm London Time
CULTURAL HERITAGE: What role can heritage play in the future of the cultural sector post-Brexit?
Heritage has a real positive role to play in the future of the cultural sector post-Brexit, and in this webinar we will explore many different aspects of this with our expert panel of professionals from the cultural heritage sector – Ben Cowell, Director General of the Historic Houses Association and Henry Owen-John, Head of International Advice at Historic England.

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MONDAY 12th June @3:30pm London Time
MUSIC IN POST-REFERENDUM EUROPE – Exploring opportunities and challenges for cross-border collaboration in the music sector
As the process of redefining the relationship between the UK and EU begins, what will the impacts be for the music industry across Europe? What opportunities and challenges are there for artists and companies of all genres? What effect will this have on the independent and subsidised sectors?

In this webinar, we will be talking to a panel of prominent music professionals which includes Paul Pacifico – CEO of the Association of Independent Music (AIM) and Stephen Maddock OBE – Chief Executive of CBSO (City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra), about the opportunities and challenges we face.

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You will need to register to participate in these events. There will also be the opportunity to pose questions to the panel members.


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