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and Training

Vocational skills in live music are in demand, but difficult to attain without knowing someone already in the industry.  The TMWC education model offers structured training, certifications and accredited courses for entry level and for career advancement to anyone interested in live music production.

Employment Opportunities

 Our job board acts as the dedicated space for coalition members to access job opportunities from TMWC’s music industry partners and employers. This way our members get the best gigs and our partners get the best, most dependable employees.

Community Engagement

TMWC is a centralized point of communication between everyone involved in the live music events industry. 

We also offer professional event consulting for well-organized, fun, safe and successful productions.

$2000 Grants for Austin’s Music Industry

The City of Austin Economic Development Department is now accepting applications for the Austin Music Disaster Relief Grant. The fund provides one-time, unrestricted $2,000 grants to local professional musicians, independent promoters, music composition, and music industry workers facing hardships due to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Austin Music Disaster Relief Grant application closes on January 28, 2022, at 5 p.m. Learn more about the application process, scoring matrix, and eligibility requirements.

TMWC In The News

We are honored to be named “Best of Austin 2021” along with TASC and ATXM for “Best Music Storm Response”:

Cars Line Up for Essentials
Overhead view of the Production – Photo by Sandy Carson

Our Mission

“To support displaced and future professionals in the Music industry by offering education/training, employment opportunities, and community engagement that promote industry best practices.”