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Music Industry Masterclasses | March | Crafting Your Music

The Push

Music Industry Masterclasses | March | Crafting Your Music

5:30pm, Mon 18 March, 2024
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Learn new skills and meet your music community at The Push's Music Industry Masterclasses!

The Push's Music Industry Masterclasses is a FREE workshop series, giving young people the opportunity to develop practical skills and get the knowledge needed to pursue a career in music.

Through these workshops, you can expect to hear from industry professionals and meet with like-minded peers to expand your networks and gain the tools and advice needed for your pathway to a career in the Australian music industry.

Music Industry Masterclasses are delivered as a part of the Victorian Government’s Youth Strategy: Our Promise, Your Future.

Music Industry Masterclasses in March – Crafting Your Music

We’re back to The Channel at Arts Centre Melbourne, this time on a new day of the week! If Thursdays have been hard for you to get to in the past, now’s your chance!

Monday 18 March! This workshop for the Music Industry Masterclasses series is all about Crafting Your Music

Gab Strum (aka Japanese Wallpaper, artist, songwriter and producer), Angeline Armstrong (TELENOVA, singer, songwriter and director) and Bonnie Knight (sound engineer, producer and songwriter) will take to the stage to dive into how they craft their own music or work with other artists to help get the creativity flowing. 

As an emerging artist you'll learn essential skills for crafting your own music, gain valuable insights into composition, production, and navigating the evolving landscape of the music industry. 

The session will be facilitated by Louis Harrison, Executive Producer on The Hoist from SYN media and we'll cap the event off with a live music performance by EMEREE

There'll also be FREE ROLL'D with vegan, veggie, and gluten-free options.

While the program is FREE, registrations are essential to attend online or in person! 


If you’re a young person wanting to attend the Music Industry Masterclasses, but can’t afford the travel costs, subsidies are available to help get you to the event. 

You can apply and find more details here.

Accessibility Information

You can find all venue accessibility information on Arts Centre's website (https://www.artscentremelbourne.com.au/visit/access). 

For more information on The Channel, head to their website here (https://www.artscentremelbourne.com.au/visit/theatres-and-spaces/the-channel) and for more information on how to get to The Channel please download & print their visitor's map prior to your visit.

If you have any other accessibility enquiries or requirements, please contact Lisa Lorenz on lisa@thepush.com.au.