MusicNSW welcomes today’s announcement from NSW Labor committing $103M to contemporary music this coming election.
Emily Collins, MusicNSW Managing Director said “We are thrilled to see Labor pledging their significant support for our state’s contemporary music industry – and encourage all parties and independents to make commitments to our industry and back our plan. NSW is bursting with opportunity and investing in music will not only drive development for artists and industry, but will build a more creative, vibrant and prosperous NSW”.
On Monday the NSW industry launched its Vote Music policy paper – outlining its plan for boosting contemporary music in the state. You can read the plan here.