New Directions at the Con Seminar 3
Friday 27 October 2017
Level 1, Sydney Conservatorium of Music
New styles, new technology … New Directions at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Join host Jake Stone (Bluejuice) and a panel of stars in a new seminar series at the Con. We will explore the music of today, from pop to dance, experimental to digital, and the industry that supports great Australian music.
Hear from practising musicians and industry partners who will talk about themes that will be covered in our new Bachelor of Music degree in 2018. We have four new programs in Contemporary Music Practice, Digital Music and Media, Creative Music and Improvised Music. The new degree is perfect for the digital musician who might compose straight onto a laptop, the creative composer who wants to write music for games and film, the performer who loves improvising, or the student who is in the best rock band at high school.
The first two seminars feature well-known musicians from acts like Hermitude, Thundamentals, Boy & Bear, Pon Cho, Commandeur, I Know Leopard, Sarah Belkner and PVT, alongside art-makers like Victoria Hunt (creator of next year’s Dark Mofo commissioned hit Tangi Wai).
Media hosts, producers, bookers and managers will weigh in on how to balance musicianship and creativity against the harsh commercial realities and standards of the music industry in the final seminar. The seminar features names like Alistair Green (MAKER Agency), Lewis Hobba – Triple J Drive and Gemma Pike – Triple J Assistant Music Director (Triple J), Todd Wagstaff (Kirin J. Callinan / The Babe Rainbow), Katie Rynne (Tkay Maidza / All Our Exes Live In Texas), Lucy Smith (FBi Radio).
This panel represents the cream of Australian management, booking, online media and radio talent – all integral elements to your success as a musician.
Come along and learn the industry secrets that will put you ahead of the pack.
- Lewis Hobba and Gemma Pike (Triple J)
- Todd Wagstaff (Parker & Mr French)
- Alistair Green (MAKER Agency)
- Lucy Smith (FBi Radio)
- Katie Rynne (Select Music)
- Larry Heath (The AU Review
- Radi Safi (Happy Mag)
- Free entry, please register via the link