Tony Subam Fellowship - Applications close

The Wantok Musik Foundation, in association with APRA AMCOS, has announced the second intake of Tony Subam Fellowship applications for 2018.

The annual fellowship is open to any band in Papua New Guinea that has a strong element of cultural expression in their work, and is administered by the Wantok Musik Foundation.

The recipient of the Fellowship will be awarded a recording session with a professional producer and sound engineer in Port Moresby. The recordings will be released on the internationally-recognised Wantok Musik label alongside artists such as Telek, Ngaiire, Mogu, Airileke, Black Paradise from West Papua and the Pidia Kaur Group featuring William Takaku.

The leader of the group will be mentored by producer David Bridie to learn skills to assist the band to discover the right career path for their music.

This is a wonderful opportunity for the right band to carry on the great work done by artists such as Sanguma, Tambaran Culture, Tribes of Jubal, Airileke, Richard Mogu, and many others.

To apply, please provide the following items to Amy Chapman at info@wantokmusik.org:

- The name of your group
- A brief description of your group (individuals are also eligible to apply)
- Samples of your music (only digital files accepted)
- A photo of your group
- Your contact details


Applications close 8th April 2018.


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BackStage Musicis an artist-run series of concerts in the inner city of Sydney.

When : Thursday 19 July Doors Open 6.30 Music Starts 7pm Where: Woodburn Creatives 1 Woodburn St Redfern

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Darebin Live – Open Access Program 2018

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Martin Armiger will be presenting three short courses on aspects of music for the screen, at Maison Lyre, in Pompadour, France, in 2018.

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