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Music Australia will be convening its Councillor network for a meeting on 5 August, and holding its 2020 Contemporary Music Roundtable (CMR) the following day on 6 August. Both meetings will be held at Studios 301 in Sydney.  Both meetings will cover many facets of the Australian music industry, focusing on initiatives and actions that can move the industry forward. One output of the Councillors meeting will be a publication which summarises contributions from delegates, available as a free PDF download after the event. Both 2020 events are only possible due to the generous support of our event partners.  The event program will be released in coming months.

Music Australia will be convening its Councillor network for a meeting on 5 August, and holding its 2020 Contemporary Music Roundtable the following day on 6 August. Both meetings will be held at Studios 301 in Sydney.  Both meetings will cover many facets of the Australian music industry, focusing on initiatives and actions that can move the industry forward. One output of the Councillors meeting will be a publication which summarises contributions from delegates, available as a free PDF download after the event. Both 2020 events are only possible due to the generous support of our event partners. The event program will be released in coming months.

Background

The Roundtable was born in 2015 when 50 industry representatives gathered to jointly advance strategic priorities. This led to a National Contemporary Music Plan launched in 2016, providing a shared industry wide blueprint, underpinned by statistical data and resources. The 2016 Roundtable in Sydney tripled in size, with over 150 delegates working strategically and collaboratively with all national peak bodies and agencies, towards an ambitious agenda for industry growth. The 2017 event was a three day music industry policy and development conference held in August at Customs House, attracting over 220 delegates. The 2019 event featured a slimmed down the agenda and smaller, invite-only guest list in order to achieve actionable outcomes on a few key issues. Music Australia hosts the Roundtable, acting as an independent, industry wide catalyst.

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5 - 6 August, 2020 Studios 301, Alexandria

A Councillors meeting and a national Contemporary Music Roundtable for contemporary music policy and industry development. Influential industry professionals gather, deliberate, and set action agendas for contemporary music growth.

 

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