Get ready to be inspired by the captivating story of passion, dedication, and resilience in the world of music! Hull College is proud to present a remarkable event as the centre-piece of our Student CPD Week: "Aziz Ibrahim - Resilience with Music."
Aziz Ibrahim, a name synonymous with extraordinary guitar virtuosity, has graced stages worldwide, supporting iconic artists like The Stone Roses, Paul Weller, and Simply Red throughout his illustrious thirty-plus-year career in the music industry. His musical journey is a testament to the power of passion, dedication, and unwavering resilience.
His distinctive guitar skills have garnered global acclaim, showcasing his unique fusion of progressive rock and Asian Blues through his solo work. His music transcends genres and serves as an inspiration for aspiring musicians looking to create their own distinct sound.
At ‘Aziz Ibrahim - Resilience with Music’, you'll have the exclusive opportunity to connect with Aziz as he imparts his wisdom and insights on achieving success, strength, and resilience in the creative industries. This special session promises to be a life-changing experience for anyone looking to pursue a career in music or the arts.
Don't miss the chance to be part of this remarkable event and gain invaluable insights from a music industry legend. Join us for ‘Aziz Ibrahim - Resilience with Music’ and discover the secrets of achieving your dreams with resilience, determination, and the power of music.
Get ready to be inspired, motivated, and transformed! Reserve your spot now and make sure you're in the front row to witness the magic of Aziz’s music and resilience.
This extraordinary event is just one part of the college’s Student CPD Week, which kicks off on Monday 13th November 13th and runs until Friday 17th November. It's a week dedicated to the professional development of our students, focused on four key themes: Sustainability, Leadership, Mental Health and Wellbeing and Digital.
Full details of all scheduled events are available in our Student CPD Week booklet, which has been sent out to all students via email.