Hermitude, Sarah Belkner & more to appear as part of new Sydney Conservatorium of Music series

The Sydney Conservatorium of Music will be introducing a brand new seminar series that shines the spotlight on entering the music industry as either musician or aspiring media member. Hosted by Jake Stone (Bluejuice), the seminar series brings together some of Australia’s brightest musical talents for some one-of-a-kind conversations that will explore the  challenges of breaking into the mainstream realm, the development and progression of digital music and the harsher side of the music industry standards that are always changing.

Themes included in the Sydney Con’s Bachelor of Music degree for 2018 will be covered, making this series unmissable for any prospective students and interested folk to be attending. The seminars themselves are completely free and will be running monthly at the Sydney Con itself.

Check out the program below!

‘THE BIG LEAP’ – August 26th | 1pm – 3pm

How does a classically-trained musician make an impact playing in the pop and alternative radio world?

Panellists: Jenny McCallagh (I Know Leopard), Dave Symes (Boy & Bear), Sarah Belkner (Olympia, Ngaiire), Luke Dubber (Hermitude)

‘COMPUTER LOVE’ – September 8th | 6pm – 8pm

Do you like using software and digital hardware to create out-of-this-world music and sounds, but don’t know how to find a professional outlet for your talent?

Panellists: Kevin Pon Cho (Thundamentals), Boris Baghanttini/Victoria Hunt/James Brown (Tangi Wai), Richard Pike (PVT), Tim Commandeur (Commandeur, PNAU, Tkay Maidza)

‘BUILDING A TEAM’ – October 27th | 6pm – 8pm

This panel represents the cream of Australian management, booking, online media and radio talent – all integral elements to your success as a musician

Panellists: Veronica & Lewis (triple j), Todd Wagstaff (Parker & Mr French), Alistair Green (MAKER Agency), Lucy Smith (FBi Radio), Katie Rynne (Select Music), Larry Heath (the AU review), Radi Safi (Hhhhappy.com)

To learn more about the Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s programming visit here.