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Koori Radio Music Residency Applications Are Now Open

8 November 2021
Offering 6 opportunities for NSW based, First Nations musicians to access $5K in-kind support + $5k in cash toward recording an EP.

Today, Koori Radio is proud to announce that applications for the Koori Radio Music Residency, which will support six Indigenous artists or groups to produce an EP of new works, have now opened.

This is an exciting opportunity for up-and-coming artists to fast track their music career to create, record, and distribute new works with our team of professionals, in a state-of-the-art music studio here at Koori Radio in Redfern.

Working alongside our team of professionals, we’ll produce, mix and master your new EP providing equipment, rehearsal and recording space for you to access.

Interested in more information on the Koori Radio Music Residency? visit https://kooriradio.com/koori-radio-music-residency

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