The Music Managers Forum Canada, in conjunction with Music BC, The Recording
Academy® Pacific Northwest Chapter and Rifflandia Festival present:
“How Can I Get Off This Island? V.3”
A special industry focused Q&A session for artists and managers
Colin Lewis – Vice President / The Agency Group Canada – Toronto ON
Dave Batty – Artist Voice / Manager, The Jezabels – Sydney AU
Christen Green - Faux Pas Productions / Manager, The Lumineers, Chris Pureka – Seattle WA
Bryan Capistrano – Music Director / Assistant Program Director, The Zone 91.3 – Victoria BC
Hosted and Moderated by:
Kimberli Persley – Management Operations / Amelia Artists Inc. – Victoria BC
WHEN: Saturday, September 15th, 2012.
10:00am – 12:00pm
WHERE: Terrace Room (2nd Floor)
The Marriott Inner Harbour
28 Humboldt St.
We encourage all young and established artists and managers to come take part, ask questions and learn something new. Do not miss out! Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Information and membership forms will be available on site for MMF and Music BC.
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://musicmanagersforum.ca/
Music BC 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://www.musicbc.org/
The Recording Academy Pacific Northwest Chapter represents over 1000 active members from Alaska, British Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Vancouver, and Washington. Located in Seattle, the office provides support, education and networking opportunities for musicians and creators throughout the region. The Recording Academy is most well known for producing The GRAMMY Awards. More info at Facebook.com/TRAPNWChapter and GRAMMY365.com.