UK Music CEO warns of danger to new bands & artists as music education cut

News: 4th October 2017 by Louise Dodgson under Artist Managers, Creative & Branding, Finance, Law & Music Business, Live, Media, Music Publishing, Music Training & Careers, Record Labels, Recording & Production, Selling & Distributing Your Music

Speaking to BBC Newsbeat UK Music's CEO Michael Dugher has warned of future talent going to waste due to cuts in music education across the UK. Recent figures gathered by the University Of Sussex report that the number of schools in England offering music GCSE has dropped from 85% to 79% between 2012 and 2016. Read more on the topic and MIchael Dugher's comments via the link below...

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UK Music CEO Michael Dugher warns of musical talent going to waste due to music education cuts


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