Online Music Residency Program 2020
- Our annual Music Residency Program connects people from the music industry with local emerging talents. This year, the program has been moved online due to COVID-19.
- Emerging contemporary musicians were invited to apply in May 2020 to be part of an online residency and performance program focusing on skills, capacity building and live performance opportunities.
- Music residency artists and events have been announced.
About this year’s program
This year’s participants are being mentored by Jarred Young (Bad Pony, Feelds). Jarred is a well-known and respected artist, manager and booking agent. Jarred will also provide training on streaming a live performance and musical performance techniques.
The residency also includes:
- a live streamed performance through Cardinia Shire Council's Arts and Culture social media sites.
- $300 program funding for each successful participant
- marketing and promotion through Council’s arts and culture digital platforms
- opportunities to expand into Cardinia Shire's arts and culture programming.
Lili-Violet: Lili is a 19-year-old singer-songwriter from Emerald who has a passion for music and the joy it brings to the world.
Lucy Louise: Lucy is a 19-year-old vocalist, born and raised in the Hills with a strong passion to pursue a music career. With heartfelt vocals and piano accompaniment, she’s excited to share her music with the world.
Måe: 18-year old musician Måe recently released her debut single ‘Maybe It’s Best’. She has been busy writing more songs and has exciting things to come.
Performance dates and times
All performances will be livestreamed on Cardinia Cultural Centre’s Facebook page
- Wednesday 10 June, 7pm: Jarred Young
- Wednesday 17 June, 7pm: Lili Violet
- Wednesday 24 June, 7pm: Lucy Louise
- Wednesday 1 July, 7pm: Måe
Contact the Arts team on 1300 787 624