The New Music Seminar, headed by Co-Founder, Tom Silverman and former NMS colleague Dave Lory, is proud to announce the final program for the NMS Symphony. This one-day educational and networking event for Artists, Managers, music labels, and others in the music business, is presented in association with NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development. The New Music Seminar will reveal the secrets of the emerging new music business; its new mindset and new opportunities, as well as tools and examples of how to achieve success in the new era.
The New Music Seminar will again be the number one place for networking and building business partnerships that will become the foundations of the new music business for years to come. The NMS will provide delegates with opportunities to meet with the leaders of the new music business, get the advice, information and tools to do it themselves.
The New Music Seminar has replaced the old “panels and moderators” approach with a Symphony in four Movements. Each Movement will have a Conductor and four or more Players. The following is the full listing.
Keynote: Courtney Holt – President, MySpace Music
WELCOME TO THE NEW MUSIC BUSINESS: EVERYTHING YOU KNOW IS WRONG
What are the three keys to success in the new music business? This Movement will change your definition of success and prepare you to win in the new world.
Conductor: Ian Rogers – President, TopSpin
Jeff Price – Co-Founder, Tunecore
Matt Drouin – Partner, Crystal Math Management
Mark Ghuneim – CEO, WiredSet
Bruce Houghton – Owner, Hypebot/Skyline Music
FAN RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT: QUIT YOUR DAY JOB
This Movement will tell the story of 1000 True Fans and the concept of the Fan Pyramid. How do you manage the flow of creative content to your fans to maximize engagement and profit.
Conductors: Tom Silverman- Founder, Tommy Boy and Ted Cohen -Managing Partner, TAG Strategic)
Terry McBride – CEO, Nettwerk
Steven Greenberg – Founder/CEO, S-Curve Records & Chairman, Nabbr
Tim Westergren – Founder/Chief Strategic Officer, Pandora
Emily White – Partner, Whitesmith Entertainment, Inc.
Lunch Break: Gibson Guitars will demonstrate the new self tuning guitar called “Dark Fire”, with innovative and historic self tuning features, technology and tone capabilities. This innovative technology provides various sounds from acoustic, jazz and hard rock sounds instantly taking only a Â½ second.
THE CREATIVE PROCESS AND RADICAL DIFFERENTIATION
The creative quartet and how to stand out in songwriting, production, image and the live show.
Conductor: Sway Calloway – MTV News Team and Host
Mickey Factz – Artist
Saint Louis – Manager, GFC NY Brand Strategic Management
Nick Catchdubs – Co-Founder Fools Gold Records, DJ
Sam Hollander – Producer/Songwriter, S*A*M & Sluggo
Plus surprise guest
YOUR LIVE SHOW AND TOUR:
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Dave Lory – Chairman/CEO, Worldwide Entertainment Group Inc.
Lisa White – Talent Buyer, 9:30 Club (Washington, DC)
Martin Atkins – Author, Tour:Smart & CEO Invisible Records
Marty Diamond – President, Paradigm Agency
David Cooper – Founder, Foxman/Direct to Fan
In between the Movements, delegates will network and visit the NMS Partners in attendance who are supplying complimentary promotional and marketing tools to the delegates and other useful items to assist them with their careers.
The NMS After Party Schmoozathon at Hiro Ballroom begins at 8pm. This private event will include artist performances by the stars of the New Music Business DIY movement.
For more information on The New Music Seminar, you can go to www.NewMusicSeminar.biz and contact firstname.lastname@example.org
New Music Seminar
On a hot 1980 summer day, 220 people met at a New York City rehearsal studio to discuss and debate the problems in the music business. It heralded the birth of the legendary New Music Seminar, bringing new ideas, new talent and new connections to the industry, along with the introduction of hip hop, new wave, house and many other new forms of music.
During its 15-year run, the first NMS became the world’s biggest and most influential music business gathering attracting over 8,000 people from 35 countries. The seminar has since spawned almost every important music event worldwide, including SXSW, Winter Music Conference, In the City, and Canadian Music Week www.newmusicseminar.biz
About the NYU Steinhardt Music Business Program:
The NYU Music Business Program prepares both graduate (MA) and undergraduate (BMus) students to be leaders in the dynamic, global music marketplace. Academically rigorous and cross-disciplinary by definition, Music Business combines the boundless artistic resources of New York City with the cutting-edge inquiry and innovation of a major research university. The program is located in the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions in NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. More information is available at www.steinhardt.nyu.edu/music/business