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QMusic Industry Connect 2018


Want to build a sustainable career in the music industry?

QMusic’s Industry Connect program is designed to help musicians and workers get the knowledge, relationships and opportunities they need to succeed!

Industry Connect provides showcase opportunities throughout the year for musicians within the program, while travel grants can help to bring you to BIGSOUND in September 2018.

Did we mention it’s FREE?

Over 6 sessions you’ll learn how to:

  • Take your song-writing to the next level
  • Successfully promote your music on digital music platforms
  • Run a successful tour
  • Build a team around you or manage your own career
  • And much, much more…

You can get more information on the QMusic website.

Register:


QMusic Industry Connect 2018


Want to build a sustainable career in the music industry?

QMusic’s Industry Connect program is designed to help musicians and workers get the knowledge, relationships and opportunities they need to succeed!

Industry Connect provides showcase opportunities throughout the year for musicians within the program, while travel grants can help to bring you to BIGSOUND in September 2018.

Did we mention it’s FREE?

Over 6 sessions you’ll learn how to:

  • Take your song-writing to the next level
  • Successfully promote your music on digital music platforms
  • Run a successful tour
  • Build a team around you or manage your own career
  • And much, much more…

You can get more information on the QMusic website.

Register:


QMusic Industry Connect 2018


Want to build a sustainable career in the music industry?

QMusic’s Industry Connect program is designed to help musicians and workers get the knowledge, relationships and opportunities they need to succeed!

Industry Connect provides showcase opportunities throughout the year for musicians within the program, while travel grants can help to bring you to BIGSOUND in September 2018.

Did we mention it’s FREE?

Over 6 sessions you’ll learn how to:

  • Take your song-writing to the next level
  • Successfully promote your music on digital music platforms
  • Run a successful tour
  • Build a team around you or manage your own career
  • And much, much more…

You can get more information on the QMusic website.

Register:


QMusic Industry Connect 2018


Want to build a sustainable career in the music industry?

QMusic’s Industry Connect program is designed to help musicians and workers get the knowledge, relationships and opportunities they need to succeed!

Industry Connect provides showcase opportunities throughout the year for musicians within the program, while travel grants can help to bring you to BIGSOUND in September 2018.

Did we mention it’s FREE?

Over 6 sessions you’ll learn how to:

  • Take your song-writing to the next level
  • Successfully promote your music on digital music platforms
  • Run a successful tour
  • Build a team around you or manage your own career
  • And much, much more…

You can get more information on the QMusic website.

Register:


QMusic Industry Connect 2018


Want to build a sustainable career in the music industry?

QMusic’s Industry Connect program is designed to help musicians and workers get the knowledge, relationships and opportunities they need to succeed!

Industry Connect provides showcase opportunities throughout the year for musicians within the program, while travel grants can help to bring you to BIGSOUND in September 2018.

Did we mention it’s FREE?

Over 6 sessions you’ll learn how to:

  • Take your song-writing to the next level
  • Successfully promote your music on digital music platforms
  • Run a successful tour
  • Build a team around you or manage your own career
  • And much, much more…

You can get more information on the QMusic website.

Register:


Industry Connect Music Program Returns For 2018

Queenslanders interested in building a sustainable career in the music industry are now invited to register for QMusic’s Industry Connect workshops held from April – July 2018.

Industry Connect is a statewide professional development program for both aspiring and practicing Queensland artists and industry workers. The 6-part workshop program will take participants through the process of setting up a music industry business and releasing a song into market.

It’s free to attend the workshops but spaces are limited and participants are encouraged to sign up at www.qmusic.com.au throughout March to secure their spot.

Developed by Queensland’s music industry development association QMusic,Industry Connect is designed by experienced music industry professionals to help anyone, 15 years and over, build the knowledge and relationships they need to succeed. The program is complemented with exclusive travel grants and festival performance opportunities for musicians throughout the year.

BIGSOUND bursaries will return in 2018, covering delegate passes, flights, and accommodation for six Industry Connect participants to attend BIGSOUND Festival 4-7 September, to further their networks and learn from some of the best minds around the globe.

Since launching in 2017, the program has helped 556 artists and music industry practitioners navigate the contemporary music industry landscape.

2018 will see Industry Connect delivered across an even greater number of regions, expanding to Toowoomba, Ipswich, Maroochydore and Noosa for the first time and returning to Cairns, Brisbane, Nambour and the Gold Coast.

Participants will get the chance to meet and learn from a diverse selection of music industry professionals including:

2018 PROGRAM FACILITATORS

Maggie Collins BIGSOUND, Executive Programmer
Andrew Tuttle APRA AMCOS, National Team Leader – Writer Services
John Mullen Dew Process, Head of A&R and Executive Producer
Cecil Coleman Native Tongue, A&R Manager
Matt McCormick McCormicks Law, Director
Pixie Weyand The Zoo, Owner and Manager
Sarah Chipman Title Track, Managing Director
Zac Abroms Vice Royalty, Director
Angela Kohler Primal PR / SONY
Van Picken Comes With Fries, Director
Sarah Hamilton Ditto Music, Client Manager for Australia
Deena Lynch Amplifire Music, Artist Manager Coordinator / Independent Artist
Jackson Walkden-Brown ChrisChow Creative Lawyers, Lawyer
Sam Morris Blank GC and Gold Coast Music Awards, CEO
Kylie Cobb Kitty Kitty Bang Bang, Owner and Head Publicist
Erol Yurdagul Mushroom Music, A&R Manager
Alex Henrickson Independent Producer / Songwriter
Tyler McLoughlan The Sound Pound, Director
George Hatzigeorgiou Riot House Publicity, Freelance Publicist
Mark Myers Big Sister Studio, Producer
Heidi Braithwaite Riot HousePublicity, Director
Ash Kissane Mucho Bravado, Publicist
Liz Ansley Mellum PR, Publicist
Jeremy Neale Artist/Songwriter
Zac Fahey Footstomp Music, Project Manager
Joe Alexander Bedroom Suck Records, Director
Siobhan Kranz Mushroom Promotions, Digital Communications Manager
Tim Hall Bones Accounting, Principal
Janine Morcos Dallas Does PR, Head of Publicity
Paige X. Cho Bolster., Senior Music Strategist
Niriko McClure Wonder Music Co, General Manager

View 2018 Program

INDUSTRY CONNECT PROGRAM 2018 DATES:


BRISBANE

Presented by QMusic & The Edge 
The Edge, State Library of Queensland, Cultural Precinct, Stanley Place, South Bank.
Saturday 28 April: Starting At Zero
Saturday 19 May: Get Good
Saturday 2 June: It’s a Business
Saturday 16 June: Getting It Out there
Saturday 21 July: Click Here
Saturday 28 July: The Release Cycle


QMusic Industry Connect Masterclass 4 // Amplify

Industry Connect is a new music program bringing music industry professionals from around Australia to regional Queensland to help anyone interested in building a sustainable career in the music industry.


QMusic’s Industry Connect program is designed to help early to intermediate career musicians and workers get the knowledge, relationships and opportunities they need to succeed!

Places are limited in each masterclass, so register your interest to attend.

 

Masterclass 4 // Amplify


The Masterclass series is a condensed format of the full Industry Connect program with four intensive sessions throughout the year.

The Plug In Masterclass: Building A Team vs. DIY, Why Should I Give You Money, Know Your Product

 

  • Saturday 25 November
  • 12pm-4pm
  • The Edge, Innovation Lab, Level 1
  • Free

Register Here

 

Building a Team vs. DIY //

Many early career artists think getting a manager, agent or publicist is going to solve all their problems. We explore some case studies to better understand the benefits and limits of the DIY approach, and how to go about attracting the interest of support people when the time is right.

 

Why Should I Give You Money?

So you know what you want to do, but you don’t have any money to get started. The competition for public arts funding is higher than ever before. What makes for a competitive grant submission or successful Kickstarter campaign?

 

Know Your Product //

You might think you’re a musical genius, but that doesn’t mean anything unless you’re offering something other people want. Participants in this workshop will learn how to think about their musical product in terms of design, brand and aesthetics. Graphic artists, photographers and videographers will speak about creating clear and sellable visual content to partner with musical products. This workshop will be followed by a networking session with local film-makers and other visual artists.

 

View the full list of QMusic Industry Connect workshops and masterclasses available at The Edge.


State Library is proud to partner with QMusic on their Industry Connect program, bringing music industry professionals to The Edge to deliver free workshops to the community.

 


QMusic Industry Connect Workshop // Why Should I Give You Money?

Industry Connect is a new music program bringing music industry professionals from around Australia to regional Queensland to help anyone interested in building a sustainable career in the music industry.


QMusic’s Industry Connect program is designed to help early to intermediate career musicians and workers get the knowledge, relationships and opportunities they need to succeed!

Workshops run every month (usually with more than one workshop in each month) and will teach you how to:

  • Take your song-writing to the next level
  • Successfully promote your music on digital music platforms like Spotify and Pandora
  • Run a successful tour
  • Build a team around you or manage your own career
  • And much, much more…..

It’s also a great chance to meet other people in your local area that can help you get ahead.

Places are limited in each workshop, so register your interest to attend.

 

 

QMusic Industry Connect Workshop // Why Should I Give You Money?


So you know what you want to do, but you don’t have any money to get started. The competition for public arts funding is higher than ever before. What makes for a competitive grant submission or successful Kickstarter campaign?

  • Saturday 4 November
  • 12:30pm – 2:30pm
  • The Edge, Innovation Lab, Level 1
  • Free

Register Here

View the full list of QMusic Industry Connect workshops available at The Edge.

 


State Library is proud to partner with QMusic on their Industry Connect program, bringing music industry professionals to The Edge to deliver free workshops to the community.

 


QMusic Industry Connect Workshop // Building a Team vs. DIY

Industry Connect is a new music program bringing music industry professionals from around Australia to regional Queensland to help anyone interested in building a sustainable career in the music industry.


QMusic’s Industry Connect program is designed to help early to intermediate career musicians and workers get the knowledge, relationships and opportunities they need to succeed!

Workshops run every month (usually with more than one workshop in each month) and will teach you how to:

  • Take your song-writing to the next level
  • Successfully promote your music on digital music platforms like Spotify and Pandora
  • Run a successful tour
  • Build a team around you or manage your own career
  • And much, much more…..

It’s also a great chance to meet other people in your local area that can help you get ahead.

Places are limited in each workshop, so register your interest to attend.

 

 

QMusic Industry Connect Workshop // Building a Team vs. DIY


Many early career artists think getting a manager, agent or publicist is going to solve all their problems. We explore some case studies to better understand the benefits and limits of the DIY approach, and how to go about attracting the interest of support people when the time is right.

  • Thursday 19 October 2017
  • 6pm -8pm
  • The Edge, Innovation Lab, Level 1
  • Free

Register Here

 

View the full list of QMusic Industry Connect workshops available at The Edge.

 


State Library is proud to partner with QMusic on their Industry Connect program, bringing music industry professionals to The Edge to deliver free workshops to the community.

 


QMusic Industry Connect Workshop // I Heard It On The Television

Industry Connect is a new music program bringing music industry professionals from around Australia to regional Queensland to help anyone interested in building a sustainable career in the music industry.


QMusic’s Industry Connect program is designed to help early to intermediate career musicians and workers get the knowledge, relationships and opportunities they need to succeed!

Workshops run every month (usually with more than one workshop in each month) and will teach you how to:

  • Take your song-writing to the next level
  • Successfully promote your music on digital music platforms like Spotify and Pandora
  • Run a successful tour
  • Build a team around you or manage your own career
  • And much, much more…..

It’s also a great chance to meet other people in your local area that can help you get ahead.

Places are limited in each workshop, so register your interest to attend.

 

 

QMusic Industry Connect Workshop // I Heard It On The Television


Selling CDs from your merch table is a hard slog. There are other ways to make money from your recordings, like getting your songs on film, TV and videogames. This session will introduce participants to the world of sync, as well as incorporating basic information about royalties and APRA AMCOS.

  • Thursday 5 October 2017
  • 6pm – 8pm
  • The Edge, Innovation Lab, Level 1
  • Free

Register Here

 

View thefull list of QMusic Industry Connect workshops available at The Edge.

 


State Library is proud to partner with QMusic on their Industry Connect program, bringing music industry professionals to The Edge to deliver free workshops to the community.