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UK Music Lines Up Brilliant Panel To Discuss Manifesto For Music At Conservative Party Conference

29.09.2023: UK Music is taking our Manifesto For Music to the Conservative Party Conference, where a panel of experts will discuss its recommendations to boost the music industry.  

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29.09.2023: UK Music is taking our Manifesto For Music to the Conservative Party Conference, where a panel of experts will discuss its recommendations to boost the music industry.  

The panel line-up in Manchester will feature former Levelling Up Minister and All-Party Parliamentary Group on Music member Dehenna Davison, Cabinet Office Minister Baroness Neville-Rolfe DBE CMG, Royal Albert Hall CEO James Ainscough and CEO of Nordoff & Robbins Sandra Schrembi. 

The event will be chaired by Tom Kiehl, Interim Chief Executive of UK Music.  

The panel, entitled Manifesto for Music: How Can a Conservative Government Boost Our Music Industry, will take place on Tuesday October 3 from 1:00pm – 2:00pm at Exchange 10 in the Manchester Conference Centre.  

The panel will focus on UK Music’s recently launched Manifesto for Music, which sets out the changes needed to boost the music industry and help nurture the talent pipeline on which the sector relies.  

The event will offer a chance for political and industry experts, along with conference-goers, the opportunity to discuss the manifesto and how the Government could support the music industry ahead of and beyond the expected 2024 General Election.  

A conference pass will be required to access the event. Refreshments will be provided. 

UK Music’s Manifesto for Music can be read here.  

 

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