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Music News - 2009 APRA Professional Development Awards

09 October 2008 - 0 Comments

The Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) is proud to announce an increased financial and cultural commitment to songwriters and composers.

In 2009, APRA New Zealand will award three Professional Development Awards (PDAs). These Awards will recognise the potential of emerging songwriters and composers in three categories: Pop Contemporary, Classical and Film/Television.

The New Zealand PDAs have not only extended from one to three, we are also proud to announce that the support we provide has also increased - with each winner given an increased cash award of $12,000 and thanks to Gibson, a brand new Gibson guitar! The APRA Professional Development Award offers cash towards travel or education and also recognition to emerging music writers with outstanding ability, that need a little help to make their dreams a reality. APRA members - it’s very simple: you tell us what your professional development goal is, and if you are a winning applicant you get $12,000 to make that professional development happen. Applications are due by Monday 1 December 2008.

The three successful applicants will be announced February 2009.

Thanks to www.apra.co.nz for this story.


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