MusicNSW & Central Coast Music & Arts presents Sound Advice: Music Industry 101
For this special all-ages instalment we’ve partnered with Central Coast Music & Arts to deliver tailored insights for people aged from 12-25yrs old to help demystify the music industry and show possible career pathways.
This session will consist of a panel discussion followed by rotating group breakout sessions. The panel will feature Isaac Lewis (Artist Manager, Ripple Effect), Benny McIntyre (Artist, Rum Jungle), and Mia Hull (Broadcaster, FBi Radio), while the breakout sessions will be led by Isaac, Mia and Laura Murdoch (Executive Producer, MusicNSW).
This free Masterclass will be followed by an all-ages showcase presented by Central Coast Music & Arts and Drifter's Wharf.
Accessibility: The lift at Drifter’s Wharf is not currently operating, and they do have 2 sets of stairs to access the venue. For any access requirements please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
MusicNSW operates from the stolen land of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. We extend our heartfelt respect to elders past and present. Always was, always will be.
SOUND ADVICE is supported by Create NSW and APRA AMCOS.
This event is part of the Central Coast Music Festival.
Isaac Lewis is an artist manager at Ripple Effect, an independent management collective, looking after producer / engineer Jack Nigro and provides management services across the artist and producer divisions. Isaac is the promoter of taste-making Sydney club night BLOOM. which has seen early performances from Dante Knows, The Rions, 1300 and a score of others. He is also the event coordinator at Sydney electronic music institution, Club 77.
Central Coast Music & Arts
Central Coast Music & Arts is an association set up to develop & promote the contemporary music & arts scene in the Central Coast.
Forming during COVID in April 2020, the collective brings together a Board of Music Industry & Arts experts who share the same vision of uniting the music & arts scene with a clear, strategic framework to grow the cultural sector in our region.