Australian Songwriters Conference
with Terese Millhouse
A creative space to share your original songs with your peers and receive feedback in a fun and supportive environment.
Once a month, local songwriters and artists are invited to meet up to exchange ideas and share their own music. There will be opportunities for co-writing, networking, skills advancement via workshops and guest speakers, themed song nights and performance evenings.
If you choose to share your song at a monthly Circle, either via a device or performing live, your peers can provide (optional) feedback, to help you develop your craft further in a supportive environment.
The Australian Songwriters Conference (ASC) is a bi-annual conference for all levels of songwriters. ASC Circles are regional off-shoots to provide regular support to songwriters and artists in their local community. The next national Australian Songwriters Conference will take place on the mainland (NSW) in June 2020.
* PLEASE NOTE: First 2 sessions are free, $15 per session thereafter, or become a member of ASC ($150 per year) to continue for free.
WHAT YOU'LL GET
Constructive feedback about your music
Networking opportunities with local creative musicians
New skills related to writing music
Inspiration and enthusiasm to take your music to the next level
WHAT TO BRING
Musical instrument (electronic keyboard will be available)
Lyrics, sheet music and any notes related to your song/s
Bring along any recorded songs you have on an mp3 player
Pen and notebook
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Terese Millhouse is an international singer songwriter from Tasmania, whose genres include pop, country, rock, singer/songwriter and hip hop. Terese's musical influences include Adele, Ed Sheeran, Sia, Miranda Lambert, Gina Jeffreys, Beccy Cole, Sarah McLachlan, Amy Shark, 360 and Diane Warren. Terese lives by her saying: Music Is Love is Life.
Terese has worked with many artists and songwriters including ARIA-award winning singer/songwriter/producer Monique Brumby, grammy-nominated international songwriter, Alan Roy Scott, Universal Music singer/songwriter, Jude Elliot, Tasmanian singer/songwriter, Martin O’Brien, and many other songwriters and artists locally and overseas.