A slideshow presentation for Music and Culture 3120.
Text of Everyone deserves music
1. Everyone Deserves MUSIC Presentation by: Rebecca Gallagos Maddison Griffith Eliza Taylor Sazanne Todd Karlo Tychsen Abbey Wright Let The Music Begin
Our plan is:
Everyone Deserves Music - a three-day street fair of EVERYTHING that music has to offer.
We will show you a plan that includes live music, recorded music, interactive, educational, instructional and creative, all in an attempt to allow people to involve and participate in the world that music has to offer.
3. Legal Considerations
Council Approval is necessary :
Utilise Newcastle Events Teams Events Guide .
Address Local concerns:
Apply to hire mobiles and marquees .
Further considerations include :
Temporary food premises application
4. Council Events Checklist
5. We chose the Civic Area of Newcastle as the venue: So, what will the fair include?
6. FOLK MUSIC
Brief history of folk music - from its 19th century origins, including Celtic, Eastern European and Balkan influences.
1950s influences - Dylan, Cohen, Mitchell, Mamas and Papas
Modern influences - Cat Power, Fleet Boxes, Bon Iver - and MORE
Grab a bean bag and share the listening experience with other Folk lovers.
7. BUSKING COMP
Up to 100 buskers will have a busk out over the event.
The winners are decided by people attending the fair.
The experience will be wholly engaging, while audiences vote on their favourite busker.
First prize: $10,000 - from The Newcastle Herald as sponsor.
The winning busker will perform on the final night of the fair with other bands.
8. Indigenous Aboriginal Music
Teaching and playing Aboriginal instruments by Abie and Warrick Wright.
Raising awareness of aboriginal music
Opportunity to play and listen to music associated with a specific culture.
9. SELL n SWAP
Second hand records, CDs, tapes and 8-Tracks.
Selling, swapping or buying music from the stall or people visiting the stall.
Recycling records - broadening and renovating music - trash can be treasure.
Re-invigorate peoples appreciation of the PHYSICAL element of music collection.
10. OZ HIP-HOP
A stall allowing for people to engage with ALL things related to Hip-Hop:
Australian Artists and DJs.
B-Boy and B-Girl Comps
Interactive wher ethe artists engage with the public.
11. Create Your Own Instrument
Featuring the Australian Guitar-making school.
Students show off their instruments and have lessons on what theyve made.
Wide range of materials:
All with lots of staff and parental guidance
Up to 25 participants at any one time.
12. VOCAL COACH
Add the finishing touches to your stellar talent with out expert vocal coaches.
Professional staff record your voice in an innovative interactive experience.
Staff will advise you on where your style and technique can use improvement.
The chance is there to organise and book follow-up sessions.
Expert teaching will enable you to become a star - STEP OUT FROM THE CROWD
13. INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS
Enables groups to add an international flavour and edge to their music.
14. SYMPHONY MUSIC
A stall where the history and current events of orchestral music are explored.
String quartets will play music
BUT, they will also attempt to play requests.
Mozart, Bach, Beethoven - they will all be rolling in their graves.
Also, the Newcastle Conservatorium will provide students and teachers.
Orchestral music will cross into other genres.
15. SOUND ENGINEERING
A closed off stall will be set up with equipment and speakers to create a surround sound experience.
Performances will be given through the day to give 3D sound experiences.
Throughout the day, professionals will give small discussions and tutorials on creating superior sound.
Equipment provided for by Audio Junction.
16. Meet and Match Stall
This stall is all about the creation of more local bands for us to listen to and enjoy. The Meet and Match stall will provide the opportunity for unsigned artists, or for artists without a band, to meet other artists and agents. The stall will provide interactive ways for people to meet one another and will allow for genres and styles of music to be paramount in the decision making process. By the end of the festival, it is hoped that around 30 new bands are created. While this number is high, the possibilities of meeting and matching bands are incredible in Newcastle.
Who else will get involved? -1233 ABC Music Awards -University of Newcastle National Campus Band Comp -Bacardi Band Search
17. Learn to play the Bongo Drums
Working on the ideal that an informed, educated audience is an appreciative, music loving audience, this stall will assist people who might not be musically talented find a place in the music world. The stall will be run by local music teachers and will teach the basics of rhythm and beat. Hopefully, by the end of the three day music festival, more than 50 people will have attended the free stall. However, I expect numbers to be much higher.
18. BUT BESIDES ALL OF THIS!!!!!
19. Well have a range of artists performing including