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Electronic Music's gathering of the tribe

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This year’s Electronic Music Conference (EMC) is sure to be the biggest ever, with the announcement that over 150 acclaimed speakers have been included on the bill. Held from November 28th to December 2nd at Sydney’s prestigious Ivy Complex, the conference will allow industry professionals to share their wealth of knowledge with audiences.

The conference will see Alison Wonderland, one of Australia’s biggest dance exports, take centre stage as the keynote speaker. With her incredible live shows, innovative production and capacity to sell out huge venues, Alison is more than qualified to talk about the state of the genre and industry and her experiences within these.

An outstanding lineup of international speakers has also been added to the program, including industry heavyweights Mirik Milan (Amsterdam’s Night Mayor), Martin Phillips (Bionic League), Nic HP (Majestic Casual), and a host of other huge names. The conference will not just be focused on those who perform on-stage, however, as those working in other parts of the industry – from management to touring and music publishing – will also get the opportunity to share their expertise with audiences.

If you have a passion for electronic music, the EMC will be music to your ears.  Chris Prindiville

 

The Electronic Music Conference runs from November 28th to December 2nd, 2016 at the Ivy Complex, Sydney.

Full conference program available here.

Tickets can be purchased here.

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