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FREE music industry seminars aug 12-20


FREE music industry seminars aug 12-20

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Tempo, in its 3rd year, runs over six nights at The Meteor Theatre and features FREE seminars from some of New Zealand's leading Music Industry Specialists (including an appearance by Káren q Temple :))

The Arts Council is pleased to be able to present this event FREE of charge thanks to the support from Trust Waikato. For more information please contact The Hamilton Community Arts Council Ph: 07 838 6424 Email: hcac@clear.net.nz Tempo - Music and Making it August 12-14, 16, 19-20 Meteor Theatre, Hamilton FREE!!!

TEMPO PROGRAMME Tuesday 12 August - Music and Marketing 7pm Anna Connell -Arts Marketing Adviser 8pm Murray Jeffrey -NZ Music Specialist

Wednesday 13 August - CD Production and distribution 7pm Daniel Howard -Click Sound 8pm Bead Gilbert -Distribution

Thursday 14 August - Law and music labels 7pm Chris Hocquard - Dominion Law Pagan Records - Trevor Reekie A&R Director Dirty- Cullum August Festival -Mark Ashbridge MD

Saturday 16 August - Women in Music 7pm - Naomi Cornerstone - Bass Player Cornerstone Roots Jane Pierard-Wellington session musician Lynne Thompson - Musician Karen q Temple 9pm - Performance Café

Tuesday 19 August - Funding 7pm - APRA - Anthony Healey Licensing and Concert Manager 8pm - NZ on Air - Brendan Smyth NZ Music Manager

Wednesday 20 August - 7pm - Dave Whitehead - Sound Editor and Composer 8pm - Gareth Farr- Composer/ Percussionist and Performer

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