Australian Music Vault to partner with APRA AMCOS

The partnership means more music education programs and mentorship from Australia's best.

The Australian Music Vault, a new celebration of Australian music, announced today that they’ll be partnering with The Australian Performing Rights Association (APRA AMCOS) and launching a fully integrated music program, among other things.

The partnership has already led to a music mentorship workshop called the AMV Academy, where participants will be mentored in songwriting and more by writer/producer Anna Laverty and Triple J presenter KLP. The workshop is open to young people aged between 14 and 18.

The Australian Music Vault will also showcase the Ted Albert Award for outstanding service to Australian music every year.

APRA AMCOS has for a long time been the reason artists get paid for having their music played, and the reason organisations can play those tunes without a worry. The Australian Music Vault is a free exhibition developed with Arts Centre Melbourne as a celebration of Australian contemporary music. The collaboration means they’re working toward a shared vision of investing in the future of Australian music.

The Australian Music Vault opens on December 19. The AMV Academy runs from January 22-25 2018. More info can be found here: australianmusicvault.com.au