Music Industry Masterclasses | November | Building Your Music Community
FREE Music Industry Masterclasses for young people interested in a career in music
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 November – Building Your Music Community
Our next workshop will take place Thursday 23 November this time at The Channel, Arts Centre Melbourne with industry practitioners Angie McMahon (singer-songwriter and musician), Cara Williams (project, campaign and artist manager – Private Function, Gut Health) and Suzi Yaghmoor (singer, songwriter and social creator) where you will discover strategies for fostering a passionate and engaged fan base, leverage social media and networking to transform your music into a thriving community.
This session will be moderated by host of SYN Radio's, Mia Ranalletta, Executive Producer for The Hoist and presenter on Sunday Sweets and with live performance by Mika James.
There'll also be FREE PIZZA with vegan and gluten-free options.
While the program is FREE, registrations are essential to attend online or in person! In person tickets have now been exhausted. Online registrations are still open.
Need help getting to the Masterclasses? Travel subsidies available!
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.