The first ever Melbourne Music Symposium, which takes place later this week, will feature a presentation by Music Canada’s Amy Terrill on The Mastering of a Music City report.
Terrill is one of three keynote speakers during a sold-out full-day symposium that will gather key elected officials, staff and music community leaders, as well as some of the preeminent thinkers on music strategy from around Australia. The day will include four workshops designed to produce tangible outcomes for Melbourne as it continues to set a gold standard when it comes to engaging the local music community in the development of comprehensive music strategies.
The day will begin with an address by The Right Honourable Lord Mayor Robert Doyle and end with closing comments by Councillor Rohan Leppert, Chair of Arts and Culture Portfolio.
In addition to the symposium, Terrill will participate in the Face the Music conference which immediately follows in Melbourne, as well as meetings in Sydney.
For more information on Melbourne’s Music Symposium, read here.
For more information about Sydney’s Face the Music, read here.