Music SA, MDO, Musitec and Sounds Australia are delighted to announce a rare opportunity for musicians wanting to export their music overseas. Sounds Australia will visit Adelaide in late July for their Thinking Global National Tour – including an export master class on Tuesday 28th July and one on one meetings on Wednesday 29th July.

Sounds Australia’s Executive Music Producer Millie Millgate and Export Music Producer Glenn Dickie will give an update on Sounds Australia activity and discuss the ins and outs of what it is to be “Export Ready”. This will include the differences between market events, what it takes to have cut through and debate the pros and cons of using one of the many international music conferences around the world to infiltrate international markets. The sessions will include comments and discussions with artists and managers who have experienced it firsthand.

Panelists also include:

  • Nicola Kelly – Trade Start
  • Vanessa Picken – Comes With Fries Digital Agency
  • Craig Lock – Five Four Entertainment
  • Miles Wilson – Bad//Dreems
  • David Grice – Musitec


DATE: Tuesday 28th July, 2015
TIME:  6.00 – 8.00pm (please arrive at 5:45 for 6pm start)
VENUE: St Paul’s Creative Centre 200 Pulteney St Adelaide
TICKETS: Free for members* of MusicSA, $10 for non-members.
Book now!

*members are artists, venues or businesses listed in our directories.

Millie and Glenn will also be conducting exclusive half-hour export strategy sessions with export-ready bands and managers at St Paul’s Creative Centre on Wednesday 29th July. This is a great opportunity to get one-on-one feedback and advice on how to step to the next international level. Places are limited, with preference to MusicSA members.

HOW TO BOOK A ONE-ON-ONE session for Wednesday 29th July:
You can make a booking request after you have registered for the master class by following the instructions emailed to you.

Anyone looking to participate in the one on one sessions must be able to attend the Tuesday evening session and should be looking to take part in an international music conference within the next 12 months.

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