QMusic, Queensland's music industry development organisation, goes into overdrive this week with QMUSIC CONNECT: The Masterclass Series offering free live masterclasses featuring industry leaders and professionals from this Thursday 30 April at 5.30pm (AEST).
Brisbane City Council is looking for Brisbane’s best new musical talent! Enter now to be part of The QUBE Effect. Hurry, entries close 22 February.
The QUBE Effect is a contemporary youth music program that provides live performance, promotional and development opportunities for emerging and professional Brisbane musicians.
If you’re a keen musician (solo, duo, trio, band) with at least 50% of your musical act aged between 12 and 25 years, now is your chance to take part in The QUBE Effect.
Participants will get the chance to...
- be mentored by some of Brisbane’s most influential artists
- have your own music video professionally filmed
- win BIGSOUND passes
- perform at iconic Brisbane venues like Brisbane City Hall and Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC).
You will also be in the running to play at one of Australia’s biggest music festivals, Splendour in the Grass!
The QUBE Effect live performances in April are presented as part of Brisbane Youth Week 2019.
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QMusic, Queensland’s music industry development association and producer of BIGSOUND and the Queensland Music Awards, has launched a series of free online workshops and masterclasses called QMUSIC CONNECT.
QMusic, a not-for-profit organisation, can complement the fiscal packages offered by state and federal governments by offering our services, programs and initiatives online. We are here to listen, advocate and be your support.
Australia’s live performance industry needs an assurance from the Federal Government it will be included in the next economic stimulus package. This is urgently required to prevent a complete and permanent industry shutdown, costing thousands of jobs and forcing the closure of performing arts and commercial companies and venues for good.