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Life Lessons from Brian Eno

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Life Lessons from Brian Eno

Next month at The School of Life, Psychologist Tanya Byron meets the shapeshifting creative maverick, Brian Eno.

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For over thirty years, Brian Eno has mastered art forms and created entirely new ones, helped bring out the best in other artists and in no small way shaped the nature of modern music.

He helped make U2 and Coldplay two of the biggest bands on the planet and his Oblique Strategies provided a framework that helps artists around the world get unblocked and find new and ingenious solutions to their creative troubles.
 
Now Brian Eno joins the School of Life to talk about what he’s learned on his journey – and to reveal how he sees the future shaping up.

Life Lessons from Brian Eno takes place at The School of Life 21 February. Tickets are £30.

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