Michael Gudinski on the future of Australian music - MusicNSW

Recently chosen by AMID as the ‘most powerful music figure’ in the country, Chairman of Mushroom Group Michael Gudinski will be sharing his industry knowledge m by discussing the future of Australian music at the 2012 National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) Thomas Rome Lecture.

Gudinski has extensive knowledge of the music industry, having founded Mushroom in 1972, and since receiving the ARIA Hall Of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award, the APRA Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music and the Order of Australia medal (AM) for service to the entertainment industry.

NFSA takes place in Melbourne on Monday August 13. For more information head here.