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Back in the Game Professional Development Series

Back in the Game is a free professional development series that will feature leading industry members discussing music business, gigs, marketing, radio and streaming. The series takes place 6pm-7:30pm at Music Market in Collingwood Yards from Tue 6 June over four weeks.


Tue 6 June - Getting Organised
Glenn Bennie (APRA AMCOS)
Charlie Woods (Self-Managed Musician)
Moira McKenzie (Moira McKenzie Legal)
Danielle Siers (Music Victoria)
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Post-workshop gig
William Thomasz @ The Workers Club


Wed 14 June – Getting Gigs
Juliette Lalli (Venue Booker/Live Music Curator)
Clare Douglas (Sofar Sounds)
Vaughan Quinn (Festival Booker, 3RRR Presenter)
Holly Pereira (Music Victoria)
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Post-workshop gigs
Chey Jordan & Seth Hancock @ Gasometer Upstairs
Immigrant Union & Zoë Fox @ Gasometer Upstairs


Tue 20 June – Getting Noticed
Danysha Harriott (Brunswick Ballroom)
Ashlea O’Loughlin (Social Season)
Sarah Guppy (This Much Talent, Gig Life Pro)
Mikaela Copland (Music Victoria, Tall Poppy Mgmt)
RSVP here

Post-workshop gig
Dopplerhaus & Spawn @ The Old Bar


Thu 29 June – Getting Plays
Tanya Bunter (triple j)
Sam Cummins (3RRR)
John Halstead (DITTO, Seven Seven Music Group)
Shannen Egan (Turning Agency, Nettwerk Group)
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Post workshop gig
Premium Fantasy w/ Claire Birchall & Banish @ Nighthawks

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Music Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Owners, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, on whose unceded land we advocate, support and celebrate on. We pay our deep respects to Elders past and present, and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and communities. We acknowledge them as the first artists, the first musicians, and the first creators of culture. We deeply respect the role that music and songlines play in the continuation of their culture for the past 60,000+ years.