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You Can’t Be What You Can’t See.  Confidence is one of the main factors behind the lack of diversity and creative output within many areas of the music community.

Inspired by Music Victoria’s women’s music industry advisory panel and a first for Darebin Music Feast, Music Victoria has put together a stellar panel featuring heavyweights within contemporary music and media to unpack and address confidence issues.  In an open and candid environment, the panel will tell stories of pathways to success and provide insights into gaining confidence, being an ace public speaker and ‘cutting through’.  You Can’t Be What You Can’t See is a rare opportunity to gain insights and tips of the trade from those who know.

The discussion hopes to inspire creative people to look within – to sharpen their pitch, take a step into the spotlight and realise their potential.  Are you ready to be inspired?

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Melbourne Music Week

11 Nov 2016 9:00am - 19 Nov 2016 11:57pm

Melbourne Music Week (MMW) will captivate the city from 11 to 19 November 2016 with a 9-day program dedicated to illuminating the city's robust, world-renowned music scene. MMW 2015 saw over 110 events, featuring 250 contributing artists with input from more than 60 dedicated event partners in almost 40 locations across this music city – with 2016 set to be even bigger.

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Tram Sessions w/ Alex Lahey and Paul Dempsey

15 Nov 2016, 7:00pm - 7:30pm

In partnership with Melbourne Music Week, Tram Sessions have booked a stellar line up the night before our Awards with Alex Lahey and Paul Dempsey. More info here.

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Co-presented by Triple R 102.7FM and PBS 106.7FM, the After Party will feature live sets from Melbourne Ska OrchestraCamp Cope and Tash Sultana.

Continuing with past traditions, members from the RockWiz Band will once again form The EG AllStars, who will be joined on stage by guests Paul DempseyGareth LiddiardKylie AuldistREMIPierce BrothersAlex LaheyGawurra and Freya Josephine Hollick, performing their best songs of the year.

This event is now SOLD OUT.

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Face the Music 2016

17 Nov 2016 10:00am - 18 Nov 2016 5:00pm

Put everything you thought you knew about Face the Music aside. This isn’t your regular rodeo. Like the weather of its hometown, Face the Music this year will defy all predictions and expectations, evolving just as quickly as the industry it caters to. Keeping the best parts – like the panels of industry experts featuring revolutionary artists, media top-guns, savvy entrepreneurs, writers, broadcasters, and philosophisers from all over the world.

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With proper planning and the right connections, regional touring can keep a hardworking band in business for years. Co-presented by Music Victoria, this panel of experts including experienced regional promoters, venues and artists will shed light on some of the hidden opportunities in touring regional and outer suburban Victoria. With tips on how to help build and connect with creative communities, and ways to share information and resources, this session is a must for artists looking to carve out a successful route through the bush live circuit.

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This is an exclusive opportunity for young women and gender diverse people to meet mentors and gain invaluable career advice, inspiration and contacts with women leading the way in the music industry including artists, venue bookers and label managers. Each participant will meet with 3 mentors for 10 minutes, round robin style.

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Stress, anxiety, drugs, alcohol, lack of sleep, self-doubt, creative frustration, unhealthy food, financial struggle, hearing loss, rejection, self-medication, life on the road – who's looking after you? The top runner for this position is you. Learn from peers, industry insiders and health experts about positive steps you can take to ensure you maintain your health in the short and long term working in the music industry.

Partnered with Arts Moreland.

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