The first Be Collective Our Future City meet-up was focused around the music industry in the city - Our Music City. There was a sold out crowd of 40 people in attendance at the Basement from live music, venues, promoters and business as well as from education. We heard about how Brighton could be a music city, the excellent work that is already happening here and along the coast in terms of capturing the impact of the music ecology - and facilitating young people’s talent, creative skills and entrepreneurial development.
Speakers included Mark Davyd (CEO Rhythmix and Music Venues Trust), Chelsea Rixon (Brighton Music Office) and Adam Joolia (Audio Active).
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