2019 Delegates

The next Contemporary Music Roundtable (CMR) will be held 5 – 6 June, 2019 at Erskineville Town Hall in Sydney. Hosted by Music Australia and made possible by our Government Partner City of Sydney, the CMR is uniquely positioned at NSW’s number one music industry conference and the national go to policy and development event. Now in its fourth year, the CMR program was developed in partnership with all national music industry peak bodies, specialist agencies, and key commercial companies, and has a core objective to cooperatively drive growth of Australian contemporary music.

Music Australia has had no difficulty getting together great people to discuss music industry issues, but has been less effective in getting great outcomes from getting people together. For the 2019 Roundtable, we have slimmed down the agenda and guest list, in the hope of achieving actionable outcomes on a few key issues. 

This is a free, invite only event. The 2019 CMR Delegates are:

The next Contemporary Music Roundtable (CMR) will be held 5 – 6 June, 2019 at Erskineville Town Hall in Sydney. Hosted by Music Australia and made possible by our Government Partner City of Sydney, the CMR is uniquely positioned at NSW’s number one music industry conference and the national go to policy and development event. Now in its fourth year, the CMR program was developed in partnership with all national music industry peak bodies, specialist agencies, and key commercial companies, and has a core objective to cooperatively drive growth of Australian contemporary music.

Music Australia has had no difficulty getting together great people to discuss music industry issues, but has been less effective in getting great outcomes from getting people together. For the 2019 Roundtable, we have slimmed down the agenda and guest list, in the hope of achieving actionable outcomes on a few key issues. 

This is a free, invite only event. The 2019 CMR Delegates are:

Alexandra Gifford, Culture and Related Industries Lead, PwC’s Skills for Australia
Ange McCormack, triple j Hack reporter, triple J
Angela Samut , CEO QMusic
Ben O’Hara, Dean, Collarts
Catherine Gerrard, Board Member, Music Australia
Clive Miller, CEO, Support Act
Clover Moore, Lord Mayor of Sydney
Dan Medland,  Board Member, Association of Artist Managers
Dan Rosen, CEO, ARIA
Ed St John, Board Member, Music Australia
Emily Collins, Chair, Australian Music Industry Network
Evelyn Richardson, Chief Executive, Live Performance Australia
Grainne Brunsdon, Director Arts Investment, Strategic Projects & Engagement, Create NSW
Holly Rankin, Musician
Jake Challenor, Publisher & Editor, The Music Network
Jana Gibson, Head of Member Services, APRA AMCOS
John Wardle, Policy Director, Live Music Office
Josh Kane, Acting CEO, The Push Inc.
Julia Robinson, CEO, Australian Festivals Association
Katie Stewart, Music Business Manager, Victorian Music Development Office
Kim Tran, Director, Policy & Governance, Live Performance Australia
Lex Davidson, Strategy Advisor – Live Music and Performance, City of Sydney
Lindy Morrison OAM, National Welfare Coordinator Support Act
Lisa Bishop, General Manager, Music SA
Lynne Small, General Manager, PPCA
Michael Smellie, Chair, Music Australia
Mike Harris, Chief Executive, West Australian Music
Millie Millgate, Executive Producer, Sounds Australia
Nicholas Pickard, Director of Public Affairs, APRA AMCOS
Nicole Sternagel, Marketing Manager, Moshtix
Paul Saintilan, CEO, Music Australia
Peter Morris,  General Manager, Reconciliation Australia
Rob Walker, Executive Officer, Australian Music Association
Ruth Mulvey, Program Manager, Music Australia
Sara Glaidous,  Board Member, The Push Inc.
Scarlett Di Maio, Contemporary Music Roundtable Event Manager, Music Australia
Shane Homan, Associate Professor, Monash University
Stephen Green, Contemporary Music Roundtable Advisory Group, Music Australia
Steve Bull, Industry Relationship Lead, TAFE NSW
Tina Broad, Program Consultant, SongMakers
Vicki Gordon, Founding Executive Director, Women in Music Awards

5 - 6 June, 2019 Erskineville Town Hall, Erskineville

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.

Program Information:  The full 2019 program is now available here.

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