NI Director reveals HMNI plans in landmark BBC interview

Help Musicians’ NI Director unveiled more information about plans for the exciting new Northern Irish brand in a milestone interview with the BBC.

The charity’s Director of External Affairs, Christine Brown, who is also leading the work in Northern Ireland, spoke to BBC Ulster during their flagship ‘Across The Line’ programme.

Interviewed by Stuart Baillie, Christine announced details of the forthcoming launch and the strategy behind the charity’s first outreach brand in their 95-year history.

Christine said: “I’m so proud to launch this Northern Irish brand, leading our team to bringing the charity’s vision to the region. We’re looking forward to the many events taking place and encourage you to get involved.”

The charity, who have their new office in the Oh Yeah Centre in Belfast, launch the new operation on 3 November as part of the Sound of Belfast.

Join us on 3 November as we launch HMNI where there will be ground-breaking announcements and live music from NI Music Prize nominee Ryan Vail, plus one of the region's finest exports Pat Dam Smyth.

Tickets are £10 and are available to purchase online.

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