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Friday, September 9 • 11:45am - 12:15pm
MUSIC MATTERS Presentation

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The Music Matters campaign began in 2010 in the UK with huge success. It is a collective of people across the music community, including artists, songwriters, managers, labels, publishers and stores formed to remind listeners of the value and significance of music.  Allowing the music to speak for itself, Music Matters brings together a growing collection of short animated films about inspirational artists who have dedicated their lives to music and helped shape our cultural landscape as well as creating an opportunity for fans to share their own stories.  It launched in Australia and New Zealand in August 2011 sharing the stories of Eskimo Joe, Dave Dobbyn, Oh Mercy and many others.


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Sabiene Heindl

Project Manager of MUSIC MATTERS Sabiene Heindl has been project managing the important music initiative called MUSIC MATTERS, launching Wednesday 10th of August 2011. The campaign unites artists, audiences and all those who work in and around music to remind listeners of music’s enduring value. MUSIC MATTERS brings together a growing collection of short animated films about inspirational artists who have dedicated their lives to... Read More →
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Stu McCullough

Amplifire Music, an artist management company based in Brisbane Australia, was established in 2004 by owner and director Stu McCullough and currently manages the careers of The Audreys, Last Dinosaurs and The Jungle Giants. Stu McCullough also runs Brisbane-based boutique music event Track & Field with Mucho Bravado. Track & Field is dedicated to bringing exciting intimate musical events to Brisbane. 

 Stu also co-managed (with John... Read More →


Friday September 9, 2011 11:45am - 12:15pm
Theatre Rehearsal Room (Level 4 - Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts) 420 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley

Attendees (30)