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Bali Songwriting Invitational – APRA AMCOS Songhubs Opportunity

31 Mar

APRA AMCOS Songhubs are offering APRA members the chance to have costs of flights and accommodation covered to the Bali Songwriting Invitational.

Offer extended to the following APRA members:

2x Fully funded APRA members residing outside of Bali
SongHubs will cover costs of:
•    Return economy flights to Bali, Indonesia from the capital city where the APRA AMCOS member resides permenently
•    Accommodation, food and all ground transport provided for the duration of the Songwriting Invitational

Criteria

Songwriters and composers eligible for consideration will have demonstrated:
•    Commercial success within the past 2 years
•    Keenness to collaborate with other established and high profile international songwriters and producers
•    Funded recordings schedules for release within the 12 months preceding the SongHubs event
•    Genre suitability for the specific SongHubs event and intended international market
•    Writing or producing for an international artist release (if the writer is not a performing artist)

Submissions close 5pm (AEST) Friday 10th April 2015
All submissions will be evaluated by Curators Michael Taylor & Peter Coquillard
Successful applicants will be advised by Wednesday 15th April 2015

Submissions to include
1.    Short summary bio
2.    Recent release activity (covering previous 2 years)
3.    Links to 3 co-written/produced works (released in the past 2 years)
No attachments please – streaming links, or YouTube clips only

Important Note: Writers are only permitted to be selected for a SongHubs twice in an 18 month period (one overseas and one local)

Send all submissions to Milly Petriella – Director Member Relations [email protected] or [email protected]

More info here.

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WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.