Saturday, September 13 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
1505 Douglas St. Victoria
Please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Recording Academy - Pacific Northwest Chapter, Music Managers Forum Canada, Music BC and RIFFLANDIA FESTIVAL presentHOW CAN I GET OFF THIS ISLAND? V.5An industry-focused Q&A session for artists and managers
Jason Burns: President / Burnt Tree Entertainment
Frank Nieto: Publicity Director / Sub Pop Records
Benji Rogers: President & Founder / Pledge Music
Kimberli Persley: Management Operations / Amelia Artists Inc.
In this panel, experienced music professionals from a various backgrounds discuss tools and strategies to expand beyond your local market. The hour-long conversation will cover a range of topics, including growing a fan base, securing press, and preparing for national tours.
The Music Managers Forum Canada (MMF)
is a trade association that provides education, networking, and advocacy on behalf of its members and their artists. More information at http://musimanagersforum.ca/
is a non-profit society that supports and promotes the spirit, development, and growth of the BC music community provincially, nationally and internationally. Music BC provides education, resources, advocacy, opportunities for funding, networking, and a forum for communication. More information at http://musicbc.org/
The Recording Academy
is a non-profit membership organization composed of diverse music professionals from an array of genres. Best known for the GRAMMY Awards ®, The Academy works year-round in vital areas of the music community, including education, advocacy, human services, and music preservation. More information athttp://www.grammypro.com/
Full Rifflandia line-up and details: