Six Reasons to Head to Contemporary Music Roundtable Conference

2016 Contemporary Music Roundtable
Chris Bowen
| July 17, 2017

From 1 – 3 August we gather in the heart of Circular Quay for our Contemporary Music Roundtable conference at Customs House Sydney. Join us for debate, discussion and discourse – as our annual round up of conference topics explores all facets of contemporary music. Connect with the latest music intelligence and network with your peers, all in an informal boutique setting.

Hear From Seventy Experts – we have assembled some of Australia’s top music specialists to share insights, advice, success stories and predictions, as we forge solutions for national growth (Tue-Thu).

Delve into Digital – to optimise digital music streaming for your business, or simply understand this fast-changing landscape head to the digital rights management session (Wed).

Track the trends – industry chiefs, ticketing gurus, and data experts unpack the latest live music attendance stats, share state of the industry trends and offer future forecasts (Wed/Thu).

Building Resilience – our profession is only as good as its health – literally. Help shape important agendas in mental health, gender equality and young people’s engagement in music (Wed).

Cruise Sydney Harbour – take to the Harbour courtesy of Moshtix for a VIP reception cruise, with drinks and canapes – (Wed), or join us at The Basement for Aon’s Shout (Tue) –  for registered delegates.

Plus Three Specialist Forums:

  • Music Educators – the go to event for vocational and tertiary music educators (Tue)
  • Sound Solutions – music forum for cities balancing live music and citizens interests (Tue)
  • Regional Policy Makers – taking live music outside our metropolitan capitals (Tue).

Want more? There are also expert panels on music cities (Wed), capital raising and valuing music (Thu).

Read full program here

Register now – for a half day forum for $44 or for one, two or three-day conference tickets from $80. Daily lunches at iconic music venue The Basement included, just around the corner.

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