How to... Survive and Thrive in Music
Our July How to... is an opportunity for those involved in grassroots Sheffield music to meet and discuss successful strategies for sustaining and developing music in the city.
Led by Neil McSweeney, singer-songwriter, co-founder and director of Hudson Records and teacher at University of Sheffield Department of Music, and followed by a chance for a discussion and sharing of ideas this will be a great chance to meet other people from the local music scene and make a plan for Sheffield.
This event is free for Guild members to attend but costs £5 for non-members.
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Our How to... workshops support our members to develop their skills and knowledge and grow their businesses. We focus on a variety of topics that help our members grow and thrive, we are also open to suggestions from members on topics they think may be useful so do get in touch!