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[Get On The Road] Panel Discussion at Aging Youth Sessions
Mar
17
2:00 AM02:00

[Get On The Road] Panel Discussion at Aging Youth Sessions

We are invited to panel in [ Get on the Road!] segment of Aging Youth Sessions, which is a series of panels and workshops targeted at sharing information and knowledge with musicians and industry practitioners. The segment our director Aya will be speaking about our experiences managing tours. Why do you go on the road? What are things you should look out for? 

Moderator: Audrey Lim
Audrey first came to the public eye as an evening drive-time DJ on 91.3 as part of Rod Monterio and The Married Men. She is also an event host (F1 Puma Fashion Show); a singer (The Mad Men Attic Bar, Fabrika); a voiceover talent (clients including Volkswagon, SKII and Lipton, as well as video games including Grenada Espada); a musical theatre actress (Singapore Repertory Theatre’s Agamemnon, Toy Factory’s Romeo and Juliet) and an all-round problem solver.

Panelists: 
a) Andy Inglis (Owner, 5000)
b) Aya Sekine (Director, Bon Goût Music)
c) Sebastian Mair (President, Music Solutions)

<Full schedule> 
1) Branding and Brands - 1:00pm
2) Get On The Road - 3:30pm

* First drink charges apply.
*To register for the Sessions, please log onto: https://goo.gl/sJ3pLa 


The Aging Youth Sessions are open to everyone from musicians to music industry people to music lovers. Due to the limited space, we will be prioritising music artists and industry practitioners. 


Registration closing date will be Fri 16 March 2018.

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How To Tour Japan Workshop For Independent Musicians
Oct
21
7:30 PM19:30

How To Tour Japan Workshop For Independent Musicians

October 21st (Fri) 
The Music Salon Singapore

Japan is not only about ramen and Uniqlo, for us musicians it means a melting pot of crazy and diverse expressions of music and loads of attractive performance venues and opportunity - or at least it looks like it! Whether you are in the mainstream scene or underground, most of us have once fantasized about making it 'big in Japan', being there performing for committed and frantic audience with nightly uchiage (after party/supper) - But how?

Come to this workshop specially facilitated by Aya Sekine, the pianist, improviser, jazzactivist, educator and a powerful advocate of 'going out of comfort zone' principle for artists. 

She has invited 2 special guest panelist SAM2 (Shimokitazawa&Shibuya Yaneura, Mao Live, Summer Sonic) and Vivian Wang (The Observatory) to share and discuss together what it means, and what it takes to tour Japan. 

A lot more detail and discount earlybird tickets are here : 
http://howtotourjapan.peatix.com/

40 limited tickets will come with onigiri and whisky. 

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