NSW - Meet the Locals Western Sydney

Ready to get serious about your musical goals in 2019? We're here to help.

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Our annual Meet The Locals series is your chance to get up close and personal with key music industry reps and to meet your fellow songwriters. In the course of the afternoon we'll cover a range of issues including: funding opportunities, booking gigs, industry advocacy, self-management, pitching your music and more.

Meet the Locals program:

  • Songwriter Speaks with B Wise, moderated by Tanya Ali (Host of FBi Radio's Monday Arvos and Executive Producer of Race Matters)
  • Live Music in Western Sydney - Panel Discussion 
     - Morgan Graham (Producer, Youth Engagement (Information & Cultural Exchange))
     - Emily Collins (Managing Director MusicNSW)
  • Music Industry Speed Dating

The event is free and open to all APRA AMCOS members, as well as songwriters who want to find out more about joining. If you're a new member, this event is a great way to find out how we can support you in your career endeavours. APRA AMCOS staff will also be on hand to answer any of your membership queries. Supported by MusicNSW.


Event Info

Date
20 Jul 2019

Time
2pm - 5.30pm

Cost
free


Website
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