The Face The Music program hots up for its November 13-14 Conference and has just announced EVEN MORE speakers for their programme.

Face is the Music is when the Australian music industry gathers for a thought-provoking and career-advancing program of talks, meetings and great gigs. Musicians, creative business people, students and music fans are invited to participate.

This is a great week to be in Melbourne with music awards, showcase gigs, pop-up venues and parties as Face The Music, AWME, Melbourne Music Week, Melbourne Music Symposium, The Age Music Victoria Awards and the APRA Screen Music Awards all hit town together.

As well as 36 big sessions covering new ideas, how-to advice and music sector issues, Face The Music offers up a number of exclusive meetings and small workshop opportunities for artist managers, producers and artists alike.

Today’s announcement includes the following new speakers:

Dave Ruby Howe (triple j Unearthed), Nicole Cheek (triple j) Dorothy Markek (Double J), Jacinta Parsons (ABC Local Radio), Joanna Cameron (One of One), Amy Terrill (Music Canada), Professor Robert Kronenburg (University of Liverpool), Councillor Rohan Leppert (City of Melbourne), Glenn Dickie (Sounds Australia), Millie Millgate (Sounds Australia), Paul Rigby (Zenith Records), Chris Gill (Northside Records), Josh Merriel (triple j Short.Fast.Loud), Lachlan Watt (triple j The Racket), Alexander Gow (Oh Mercy) and D.D Dumbo.

Face The Music
Arts Centre Melbourne
Friday November 13th & Saturday November 14th 2015

For more details check out the Face The Music Website (here)