QLD - Meet the Managers at BIGSOUND

Here's a rare chance to meet with some of Australia’s finest music managers to discuss your career. APRA AMCOS and Association of Artist Managers (AAM) are offering local APRA AMCOS members the opportunity to join an exclusive ‘speed dating’ session with these incredible industry heavyweights.

***RSVPs closed: event booked out***

Claire Collins is the director of Bossy Music, a leading management and PR company based in Sydney. She manages the careers of D.D Dumbo, Art vs Science and Kagu. Bossy's PR clients include Flume, Lorde, Disclosure, Chet Faker, the Laneway Festival and Jagwar Ma. Claire is on the board of the Association of Artist Managers.

Emily Murphy is the founder of EM Media Events, an artist management, event management and publicity company. Emily currently manages Shellie Morris, Kahl Wallis, Troy Brady and Harry J Wells.

Monique Rothstein is the founder and director of boutique Sydney-based PR and artist management agency Positive Feedback. Monique has run successful local and global PR campaigns for the likes of Angus & Julia Stone, Alison Wonderland, Beck, Little May, Spinning Top Records, Porter Robinson, SAFIA and The Presets, to name a few. Monique has been managing artists for seven years and now co-manages indie outfit, Little May.


Event Info

Date
08 Sep 2016 - 08 Sep 2016

Location
3 Winn Street, Fortitude Valley

Time
2:30pm – 3:30pm

Cost
Fully booked


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