Nov 14, 2017


As part of the Victorian Government’s $22.2 million Music Works industry development program, Creative Victoria and the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR) is launching Music Passport a three-year program focusing on a new Target Country each year.
Designed to support continued growth in the music industry, the program aims to help build professional capacity, encourage sustainability and find new markets for Victorian music, at home and overseas.
This year it’s all about Germany. Join Michael Pohl (Kontor New Media, Germany) and Michael Schuster (Cargo Records, Germany), Susan Cotchin (International Royalty Rescue), Ashley Gay (Xelon Entertainment) and Catherine Haridy (Catherine Haridy Management) for an exclusive opportunity to gain insights into the German market, be inspired by stories of success and connect with one-on-one discussion opportunities.
This exclusive opportunity will be held on Wednesday 22nd November, from2pm at The Cube – ACMI. FREE to all AIR members and $35 for non-members. Places are limited and bookings are essential.

WHEN: Wednesday 22nd November, from 2pm
WHERE: The Cube – ACMI, Federation Square, Flinders St, Melbourne

Minister for Creative Industries, Martin Foley, said “Our multifaceted Music Works initiative aims to strengthen our industry at all levels – from artists and venues to labels, managers and those working behind the scenes. The Music Passport stream focuses on supporting local musicians and music businesses to forge international connections and create new opportunities. I encourage you to find out more about the program and explore new ways to ensure your music 'works' in Victoria, and right across the globe."
“We are delighted to be part of this exciting initiative” adds Maria Amato, AIR General Manager.