Tomorrow, almost 250 creative young people will descend upon Brisbane’s biggest little event for young people interested in the music industry, which has officially sold out!
QMusic, in conjunction with Youth Music Industries present Little BIGSOUND – a one-day forum for creative youth looking to work in and break into the music industry, all while seeing Brisbane’s hottest new bands in a unique conference and showcase experience.
Covering important topics for youth looking to break into the music industry, theLittle BIGSOUND 2013 program includes breakout sessions on music management, the music media, performance techniques, event management and many other topics dedicated to creating the building blocks of a career. The youth themselves have spoken to the need for this, as the 2013 event has officially sold out.
Little BIGSOUND aims to build skills and provide young people aged 15-25 with information specifically targeted to kick-start their in the music industry. Featuring informative sessions and live performances run by young music industry professionals, attendees form connections and develop professional relationships.
Speakers include Zoe Davis (Cub Scouts), Kahl Wallace and Jindhu Lawrie (The Medics), Seja Vogel (Seja/Regurgitator), Sharna Krikku (Caloundra Music Festival), Mark Picco (Big Pineapple Festival), Dom Miller (Bluebeard Music), Chris O’Neill (APRA), Graham Ashton (BIGSOUND) and Alex Barnes (Silver Screen Pictures) amongst others. Acoustic artistsWeathered, Wafia, Tori Lee and Hannah Karydas will also entertain delegates with a showcase featuring the ever-popular Stephen Smith, Emerson Snowe and Keep On Dancin’s.
Little BIGSOUND runs from 9:00am to 6:00pm and is facilitated within The Edge, Southbank, one of the most popular upcoming venues specifically run for the youth.