BBC Asian Network comes to Birmingham for a day of workshops

With workshops that help aspiring musicians, presenters and social influences, it's set to be a highly educational day at Mac on 18th February.

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 8th Feb 2018

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The BBC Asian Network will drop by Mac Birmingham on Sunday 18th February for a day of workshops, looking to help those who are eager to crack into the world of media and music with the help of influential speakers who have achieved massive success in the respected fields. 

These sessions range from 'How to get your Music Heard' where producer and Asian Network presenter Dipps Bhamra will be joined by Asian Network's Music Editor, singer/songwriter Ta'shan, BBC Introducing presenter Jack Parker and industry pluggers to discuss this matter, while another session named 'How to market yourself' will call upon the talents of social media coach Ayaz Hussain, Charlie Sloth’s right hand man Sideman and the team at GRM Daily.

These insightful panels also touch on how you can make money from music, how to make your mark in the industry, how to present like a pro and plenty more.

All tickets are free, and can be found via the links below.

BBC Asian Network The Sessions: How To Market Yourself

BBC Asian network The Sessions: How To Make Money from Music

BBC Asian Network The Sessions: How To Get your Music heard

BBC Asian Network The Sessions: make your mark in the industry

BBC Asian Network The Sessions: How To Present Like a pro

BBC Asian Network The Sessions: Finish on a punchline