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Music Managers’ Forum Newsletter #10

Music Managers’ Forum Newsletter #10
In this issue
• August seminars
• October Sessions

Guest: Cary Caldwell Topic: South By SouthWest Festival

Cary toured throughout Europe in early 90's with U2, Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, Metallica and others. He currrently teaches event management at Christchurch Polytech and at the Linwood Urban Music Academy and manages singer-songwriter Flip Grater. Cary is also Assistant Event Planner for one of the world’s biggest music conference/festivals - South By SouthWest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas. The festival, which has been a useful stepping stone for NZ artists over the last few years, starts taking applications for next years festival next month. Cary will be talking about the background of the festival, relevant contacts, application process, types of passes, the parties, perks, what artists and managers should take with them, and the best way to utilise SXSW if accepted.

Mon 30 Aug Wellington Indigo Bar
Tue 31 Aug Auckland NZMIC Offices, 7 Great North Rd, Ponsonby
Wed 1 Aug Christchurch Mainstreet Cafe
The forums are open to members and non-members alike. All meetings begin at 6.00pm. Admission: MMF members FREE. Non-members $5.00.

The MMF October Sessions draws closer. This one day event combines seminars, networking, an AGM and the MMF Management Awards. Guests already confirmed include Nikki Streater, Grant Hislop, Teresa Paterson, Cath Andersen, Kaye Glamuzina, Mark Ashbridge, Adam Holt, Peter Baker, Murray Cammick, David Ridler, Brendan Smyth, Anthony Healy, Hannah Cornwell, Rose Campbell, Chris Hocquard & Lynda Parsons.
Visit for the full programme.

Saturday 16 October Auckland
Seminars: MAINZ, Ranger House, Victoria St
Awards: Kings Arms, France St, Newton
The October Sessions are open to members and non-members alike. Admission: MMF members FREE. Non-members $15.00 per session or $35 for all 3 public sessions.

©2004 Music Managers’ Forum (NZ) Inc.


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