#About QMusic

QMusic is the peak body for Queensland’s music sector, a not-for-profit dedicated to securing the future of an industry that delivers artistic, cultural, social and economic value to Queensland. 

With ongoing funding commitments from the state and federal government and partnerships with local government authorities across our state, we run a series of programs and events focused on building industry capacity, market growth and artistic development. 

We provide powerful platform events to showcase Australian talent to audiences here and around the globe, all the while acting as a key advocate for the sector and investing in the grassroots of music across our state. 

Key events include BIGSOUND, the largest music industry event in the Southern Hemisphere, the QUEENSLAND MUSIC AWARDS, our state-wide skills and capacity building program QMUSIC CONNECT - as well as festivals like VALLEY FIESTA, and fellowships such as the Billy Thorpe Scholarship and the Grant McLennan Fellowship

Current Opportunities

#Current Opportunities

Committee Member (Regional)

QMusic, Queensland Music Network Incorporated, is Queensland’s music industry development
association and is a registered not for profit and charity.

The work of QMusic is critical to the success of Queensland’s contemporary music economy. It is
the only significant and established not-for-profit organisation in Queensland dedicated to delivering
sector development and major music events including the Queensland Music Awards and
BIGSOUND to stimulate and grow the state’s music sector.

To express your interest please submit a cover letter (maximum 1 page) telling us why you are
interested in the role and include a current CV/resume with the names and contact details of two (2)

Letters are to be addressed to Natalie Strijland, Chair of QMusic and submitted via email to

QMUSIC acknowledges the many Traditional Custodian groups all across what is now referred to as Queensland. We pay our respect to all elders: past, present and emerging. As a peak body we also acknowledge the important role that music has played and continues to play on these lands since the very first sunrise.