VIC - The Melbourne Sessions

Limited early bird tix available now at themelbournesessions.com.au

Following 2018’s sold-out debut event for emerging and mid-career songwriters and composers, The Melbourne Sessions is set to return, taking place on Friday 5July at Kindred Studios, Yarraville.

Presented by APRA AMCOS and the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria | Music Under Wings program, The Melbourne Sessions delivers a mix of genre-based masterclasses and workshops, designed to inspire, engage and strengthen Victorian songwriters and composers.

The program also includes an In Conversation with a yet-to-be-announced international guest and a newly-added music business panel to round out a day dedicated to song craft and professional development.

For full program details, news and tickets visit The Melbourne Sessions site.

EVENT DETAILS FOR THE MELBOURNE SESSIONS
Friday 5 July, 2019
Time: 9AM-6PM
Location: Kindred Studios, Yarraville

TICKETS
Early bird discount 14 March – 3 April, 11:59PM AEDT (if not exhausted prior) 
APRA AMCOS Members: $55
Non-members: $70

Full price: 4 April onwards 
APRA AMCOS Members: $70
Non-members: $85
(includes lunch and refreshments)

More Info

Event Info

Date
05 Jul 2019

Time
9am-6pm

Cost
$55 member early bird


Website
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