Join us as we showcase the many Australian innovators who are changing the music industry. This collection of talks and performances shines a light on...

The Future Sounds Different

Location:

66 Harrington St
Enter via Nurses Walk
2000 NSW
Australia

Venue:
Australian Institute of Music
Price:
From: $22.00
The Future Sounds Different (2022)
The Future Sounds Different (2022)

Featuring

Simon Cahil

Simon Cahil

Simon Cahill, is a music & entertainment industry professional with 15+ years in leadership roles specializing in building high-performance teams. A globally recognized executive with a reputation for constantly seeking to drive innovation and change, using data-driven decision-making to inform the next steps for Warner Music in Australia across partners, audience and media. Currently breaking ground in fandom, gaming, metaverse and web3.

Alli Galloway

Alli Galloway

Alli Galloway specialises in building engaging & creative content strategies for passion-based, data-driven industries, and growing digital communities. Currently Alli is the Head of Audience & Creative at global music-tech company Jaxsta, the world's only official music credits database, and has held senior roles in major and indie record labels, in Australia and the UK. 

Tristonne Forbes

Tristonne Forbes

Tristonne Forbes is a business strategist that specialises in building new ventures, having worked with more than 100 tech startups bringing new technologies to market ranging from AI, IoT, robotics, AR/VR, deep tech, space tech, and so much more. Tristonne has been instrumental in bringing entrepreneurship capability into new industries, building and leading accelerator programs and innovation communities for CSIRO, Melbourne University, Cicada Innovations, ACMI and most recently for the music industry with the Australian Institute of Music.

Ichika Asato

Ichika Asato

Ichika Asato is an aspiring Sydney based experimental electronic music composer. Born in Japan, and having lived in the U.S., Germany, and Australia, she integrates her unique cultural identity into her music by being versatile and idiosyncratic in all aspects of her composition. 

Stephen Hunt

Stephen Hunt

Stephen Hunt is an experienced entrepreneur, ex-Universal Music executive and co-founder of the AIM iHub and most recently Music Health making music therapy simple for the aged care sector.

Alon Ilsar

Alon Ilsar

Alon Ilsar is a composer, producer, drummer, instrument designer and electronic percussionist and the co-designer of a new interface for electronic percussionists called the AirSticks. He has performed in ‘Keating! the Musical,’ Sydney Theatre Company’s ‘Mojo,’ London Philharmonic’s Meow Meow, as well as with many others including the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and Tim Minchin.

Access and Inclusion

  • Wheelchair Accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.

Event Details

Join us as we showcase the many Australian innovators who are changing the music industry. This collection of talks and performances shines a light on where the sector is heading next.

The music industry is a natural place for creatives to call home and a hotbed of innovation. The rate of change in the way we are creating, distributing, consuming and even sharing the profits from music is accelerating. Gone are the days when the industry relied solely on artists and repertoire. It now relies on innovation. 

Come on a journey through the latest innovations – Australian style. You’ll get a front row seat into the future of the music industry, learn about the startups who are paving the way, hear how the industry is responding and enjoy an exploration of the possibilities of what’s to come in tech-enabled musical performances.

The Australian Institute of Music is the home of the iHUB, the only music startup incubator and accelerator in the southern hemisphere. The iHUB community of innovators are creating the future of the industry - web3, NFTs, live streaming VR, metaverse creation, audio fingerprinting, simple music therapy and so much more.

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Access and Inclusion

  • Wheelchair Accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.

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