Welcome to the 2019 Jazz Industry Summit. Join us for a day of panel discussions, keynote speakers and performance workshops. Network with industry professionals, media, musicians and fellow jazz lovers.
Jazz Industry Ambassador
Stonnington Jazz Festival welcomes our international guest Lilly Schwartz.
Current Director of Programming at the San Francisco Jazz Festival (SFJAZZ), Lilly programs and produces over 400 concerts a year. With experience working with jazz musicians from around the world, Stonnington Jazz Festival is delighted to have Lilly on our shores to share her experiences and knowledge.
SFJAZZ supports a vibrant local music scene, includes free events and nurtures aspiring musicians with the diverse education programs and performing ensembles. Lilly will deliver a keynote speech drawing from this experience during the summit.
Full program available at www.stonningtonjazz.com.au
The Artistry of Creative Management
One of the biggest questions from last year’s industry summit was ‘how can I find a manager?’ In this session one of Australia’s top artist managers, Cath Haridy (Director of Catherine Haridy Management) explains how to create a career strategy, and provides insights into how to be your own manager.
The Hustle Is Real: Marketing Workshop
The question every artist wants to know ‘how can I get people to my gigs?’ In this intensive session, with Sarah Guppy (This Much Talent – Director) participants get a hands-on, practical understanding of content creation, marketing, social media and communication techniques designed to help the independent artist promote themselves.
Round table session
Join artists and industry experts to explore and discuss issues, challenges and the strengths of the Australian jazz scene.
Speed mentoring sessions with industry
Providing the opportunity for artists, music managers and industry workers to meet and connect across three sessions.
‘Meet the bookers’ – find out what bookers and programmers are looking for and get ideas and tips for coordinating your next tour.
‘Meet the publishers’ – meet key industry workers specialising in placing music in film, television and advertising.
‘Meet the broadcasters’ – these one-on-one sessions provide an opportunity to meet influential tastemakers, DJs and radio experts.