Creative Victoria'a Changes Program Details - Noise11.com
Changes Creative Victoria July 2019

Changes Creative Victoria July 2019

Creative Victoria’a Changes Program Details

by Announcement on June 19, 2019

in News,Noise Pro

This year, Creative Victoria’s Music Passport program brings the change makers and deal brokers of Brazil to Melbourne to meet with local industry and discover local talent in our vibrant music capital.

Forging networks and creating pathways across the Pacific into this exciting territory, the Music Passports Brazilian delegation are part of an ongoing program of connections between the Victorian music sector and one of the biggest music markets in the world, supported by Creative Victoria and presented as part of CHANGES.

Already at number 9 in the world, BRAZIL is the largest music market in Latin America – the fastest growing music region in the world (IFPI Global Music Report 2019), so there’s good reason to focus on it. Local industry delegates have been going there for several years now as part of Sounds Australia’s delegation to Latin America, and this year CHANGES welcomes BRAZIL to Melbourne.

Appearing on the CHANGES panel event MUSIC PASSPORT: LIVE BRAZIL, these six Brazillian delegates will offer wisdom on listening habits and advice for breaking into the South American market. Bringing their experience in the local festival scene are founder and booker of Goiania’s legendary Latin American music festival Bananada Festival Fabrício Nobre; Daianne Dias, producer at A Construtora and Head of Executive Production at Bananada Festival; and Ana Garcia, the director of No Ar Coquetel Molotov. Joining them are producer and manager Monique Dardenne, who also heads up the South American arm of the global Women’s Music Event; Carlos Mills, who founded independent label Mills Records and is the President of the Brazilian Independent Music Trade Association; and founder of ForMusic, the pioneering music and promotion company, Nando Machado.

These delegates are attending CHANGES as a part of the Victorian State Government Music Passport program, a key election commitment of the State Government and a part of the $22.2 Music Works package of music industry development. Music Passport provides opportunity for Victorian artists and industry to make inroads internationally, benefitting the local live music industry in the long-term.

Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley adds: “The Andrews Labor Government is investing in our music industry at all levels. We’re proud to support important industry development initiatives like CHANGES, and to help enable our local talent to connect with international markets through our Music Development Office.”

CHANGES Summit and Live Music Showcase Passes are on sale now, and offer an all-access pass to the MUSIC, TECH, TALKS AND IDEAS that will forge our future in music. Explore the complete timetable at changes.melbourne and join us at Abbotsford Convent on July 3 and 4.

CHANGES is presented by a consortium led by The Push, along with City of Yarra, Music Victoria, APRA/AMCOS and the VMDO.

You’ll discover music news first following Noise11 on Twitter

Comment on the news of the day, join Noise11 on Facebook

Noise11.com

Listen to the Noise11 Music News channel now at iHeartRadio

Related Posts

Stephen White
Australian Music Industry Identity Stephen White Spells Out The State Of Play For The Prime Minister

Respected Australian music industry identity Stephen White, who for the past 45 years has been a driving force of the Australian music industry, is fed up with the Federal Government's disdain for the music industry and has spelt out his case in a magnificently worded letter to the Prime Minister and Federal Members.

1 day ago
Aaron Schembri
Aaron Schembri Debuts New Paul Norton Co-Write ‘The Setting Sun’

The new Aaron Schembri song ‘The Setting Sun’ is a song he co-wrote with Melbourne singer songwriter Paul Norton.

1 day ago
Truck Lucky
Truck Get Lucky With New Australian Rock Anthem

Melbourne’s Truck, the with Andy McLean of Horsehead on vocals and Dave Leslie of Baby Animals on guitar, have premiered their new song for ‘Lucky’, and it has Australian anthem potential.

1 day ago
Neil Finn of Crowded House photo by Ros O'Gorman
Crowded House Premiere ‘Sweet Tooth’ Video

Crowded House have a new video for the ‘Dreamers Are Waiting’ track ‘Sweet Tooth’.

1 day ago
The Black Sorrows
The Black Sorrows ‘St Georges Road’ Is Fourth Single From ‘St Georges Road’ Album

Joe Camilleri has released the very personal ‘Saint Georges Road’, the title track from The Black Sorrows’ latest album, as the fourth single from the album.

1 day ago
Full Tilt New South Wales Cancelled This Weekend

The Full Tilt festival at Bella Vista Farm in New South Wales has been cancelled for this weekend.

1 day ago
Sister Janet Mead
Sister Janet Meade Has Died At Age 84

Australia’s singing nun Sister Janet Mead has died in Adelaide at age 84.

2 days ago