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Committee announce live music evidence session to discuss the UK’s music talent pipeline

30 October 2018

The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee will discuss the talent pipeline in the UK music scene with Radio 1Xtra’s DJ Target, Jane Beese from The Roundhouse, Tom Gray from the band Gomez and Naomi Pohl from Musicians’ Union in a public session as part of the Committee’s live music inquiry, on Tuesday 30th October from 10.30am..

Witnesses

Tuesday 30 October 2018, Committee Room 6, Palace of Westminster 

At 10.30am

  • Jane Beese, Head of Music, The Roundhouse
  • Tom Gray, Member of Gomez
  • Naomi Pohl, Assistant General Secretary, Musicians’ Union
  • DJ Target, DJ and author

About the session

MPs will ask the panel what support they think emerging musicians need to be successful in the UK, including access to facilities and funding. They will also ask about the potential impact of Brexit on touring musicians and about the provision of music education.

Further information

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