28 June 2012 - 0 Comments
Going Global Music Summit 2012 - What you need to know before you go.
Independent Music New Zealand is proud to announce that the GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2012 will be happening again in Wellington and Auckland this September and the dates are listed below.
With even more international delegates attending and more live-music showcase venues involved than last year, GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2012 is going from strength to strength. The list of confirmed delegates and live venues will be announced shortly.
If you are looking to take your music overseas, come and hear from people who are working with both new and established artists on the global stage.
GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2012
Thursday 6th September - WELLINGTON
Friday 7th September - AUCKLAND
Saturday 8th September - AUCKLAND
ABOUT GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2012:
Going Global Music Summit 2012 is a 3-day showcase of new music featuring national artists, occurring in September (6th – 8th September) alongside the Going Global Music Summit industry seminars. The Summit takes place in Wellington (Sept 6th) and Auckland (Sept 7th – 8th).
Going Global Music Summit 2012 provides musicians, producers, composers, labels, promoters, industry professionals and fans a chance to perform, discuss, learn, teach, interact and argue in front of an audience of like minded peers in an environment that encourages the global exchange of ideas, techniques and trends.
In 2012 Going Global Music Summit will present an exciting schedule of live music events alongside a daytime program of panels, presentations, workshops and discussions. The focus is on new music and as such the live music showcases aim to reflect originality in contemporary live music practice.
If you’re an artist or band, label, promoter or collective who would like to be part of the LIVE MUSIC COMPONENT of Going Global Music Summit 2012, you can apply online now via http://www.indies.co.nz/
GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2012 is proudly brought to you by Independent Music New Zealand in partnership with the NZ Music Commission.
“…a real bonus for our local music community” – Murray Cammick, Rip It Up Nov 2011.
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