Announcing the NZ Music Month Summit 2023

  • Announcing the NZ Music Month Summit 2023
Announcing the NZ Music Month Summit 2023

Announcing the NZ Music Month Summit 2023

The NZ Music Month Summit is back for 2023 with a packed one-day programme featuring panel discussions and presentations around music industry topics and information. The Summit will be held live at the Tuning Fork on Saturday 27 May, with free attendance for registrants.

Presented by the MMF Aotearoa and the NZ Music Commission, with support from our industry organisation partners APRA AMCOS, NZ On Air and Recorded Music NZ, the NZ Music Month Summit provides useful, practical information for emerging artists and music professionals to grow and thrive in their careers.

Following the NZ Music Month 2023 theme of Community and Collaboration, we celebrate the art of working together to build a more connected and collaborative musical landscape across Aotearoa. From songwriting experiments, content co-creation, partnerships to engage and grow audiences through to community events – working together is incredibly valuable for a thriving and creative music sector. This May, we encourage you to get involved by thinking outside the box about what is possible to do together and pushing forward in ways that both support artists’ personal journeys as creators to continue building a connected and successful local music community.

The live stream will be available on the day through the MMF Aotearoa and Music Commission Facebook and YouTube channels, with online moderators to take your questions and feed them through to the live panels.

Alongside the live stream, this year’s NZ Music Month Summit will be held for a limited live audience at the Tuning Fork – in Auckland. To secure a ticket for the in-person event, you can register at Moshtix.

Topics covered at the NZ Music Month Summit this year will include collaborating for business success, finding your collaborative community, collaborating in the recording studio, an update from both SoundCheck Aotearoa and The Waiata Anthems crew. Stay tuned for the full programme and speaker reveal next week!