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The 2011 AMPAL Event in Melbourne - AMPAL Presents BEHIND THE MUSIC

Ben O'Hara - Tuesday, May 10, 2011

AMPAL Presents BEHIND THE MUSIC

 

 

May 23rd, AMPAL (the Australian Music Publisher's Association) will be hosting a panel and music night at the Evelyn Hotel on Brunswick St, Fitzroy. The aim of the night is to provide local musicians, songwriters and music enthusiasts with some insight into the future of music through an expert panel discussion, made up of musicians and industry players. The panel will be answering questions and musing about the changing state of the music industry. If you are an aspiring musician wanting to get a break, or a hopeful industry professional seeking inside information you can't miss this exclusive event.

 

Panelists include Adalita (of Magic Dirt fame), Ian James (Mushroom Music Publishing), David Vodicka (Media Arts Lawyers/Rubber Records), Natalie Bell (Milefire Management), and Marianna Annas (ABC Music Publishing).

 

Adalita, currently touring nationally with her debut self-titled album, will be performing exclusively at the end of the evening's panel.

 

Tickets available from greentix.com.au, $10 presale, $12 at the door. Seating is very limited. Book now.

AMPAL Music Industry Forum: Report

Info Info - Thursday, June 10, 2010

AMPAL Industry Forum , Melbourne- co-presented by THE BIZ

On May 18th, The Biz co-presented a music industry discussion forum featuring a number of industry professionals including Ian James from Mushroom Publishing, Tim Janes from Shock and Rae Harvey Manager of The Living End.

For a full review of the night click on the link below



http://www.ravereview.com.au/melbourne/gigs/407-the-backstage-pass-presented-by-ampal-the-toff-in-town-tuesday-18th-may


For me the highlight was really Rae Harvey.  Her main message was really to just get out there and do-it-yourself.  She reckons that the best way to learn about the industry is to throw yourself and the deep end and just starting doing.  You don't need to intern, you don't need to work for someone else.  Just start your own business and start taking on the big players.

I agree.  Great words of advice.



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