April 30, 2010
THE NEW MUSIC SEMINAR EXPANDS TO A MULTI-DAY CONFERENCE
FEATURING INTENSIVE PANELS, PRESENTATIONS, MENTORING SESSIONS, LIVE MUSIC, NETWORKING OPPS AND MORE
NEW YORK CITY JULY 19th – JULY 21st
April 26, 2010, New York, NY - The original New Music Seminar (NMS)www.newmusicseminar.com, announces that it is expanding into a multi-day conference and event from July 19th to July 21st at The NMS Revolution Hall @ M2 Ultra Lounge.
The two day, three night conference will include a symphony of five "movements" (focused discussions) over the course of two days, 8 TED-style presentations from key industry leaders, 22 mentoring sessions, nightly musical performances and ongoing networking opportunities.
The New Music Seminar is the must-attend conference for the emerging new music industry. The Seminars will address both the artists’ dilemma of breaking out from the ever-growing glut of music releases and the development of a new business model for a sustainable music business.
NMS featured “players” (speakers) for the upcoming New York City conference will include: Eric Garland (Big Champagne), Joe Kennedy (Pandora) Mike Doernberg (Reverbnation), Courtney Holt (Myspace Music), David Goodman (CBS Interactive), Little Steven (Underground Garage and the E Street Band), Ariel Hyatt (Ariel PR), Corey Denis (Not Shocking), Linda Lorence, (SESAC), Jay Frank (CMT), Gwen Lipsky (Sound Thinking), Tom Jackson (onstagesuccess.com), Martin Atkins (Tour: Smart), John Simson (Soundexchange), Corrie Christopher (APA), Chris Vinson (Bandzoogle), and Tony Van Veen (Discmakers). More to be announced shortly. The Artist Movement “conducted” by Margaret Cho will feature superstar artists discussing how they got their break and tips on how to apply what worked for them.
NMS founder Tom Silverman explains, "The New Music Seminar is the epicenter of a new movement. The NMS is the creative crucible where new ideas are hatched and new collaborations formed. The New Music Seminar is a meeting of the architects of the next music business; the creators, the investors, the technological visionaries, those for whom music is a passion that they cannot do without.”
Media partners and sponsors include: NARAS, Aquarian, LA Weekly, Music Connection, Digital Music News, Yahoo Music, MySpace Music, Hypebot, Filter Magazine, ReverbNation, Bandzoogle, Jakprints, SESAC, Soundexchange, AFTRA, Discmakers, A2IM Indie Label Members and a host of new technology companies
For the NMS tickets please go to www.newmusicseminar.com. Register by April 30th and receive early discount price of $150.
About The New Music Seminar
From the co-founder and director of the original legendary New Music Seminar comes a conference for the Next Music Business. Artists have never had so much power to control their own careers and build their success. This affordable event gives artists and their representatives the knowledge, tools and connections to step into the tomorrow’s music business today. Delegates all receive the New Music Business Guidebook filled with important do’s and don’ts by the experts, tips, information, forms and essential websites and blogs. Important exhibits by sponsoring companies will help artists with their careers and there will be amazing networking opportunities throughout the event.
For more information or to interview Tom Silverman or Dave Lory contact WE + PR - Pam Workman at (646) 351 6700/ email: pam@workmanentertainment