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Musician Workshop Tues 4/17/07 SB

The Long Island Music Hall of Fame has announced details of the Marketing for Musicians in the Digital Age workshops it will present on Tuesday, April 17th at 7 PM in the Auditorium of the Student Union on the West Campus of Stony Brook University, Nicholls Road in Stony Brook. Direction below or  visit http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/directions.shtml

This program is free and open to the public – no registration is required. All musicians, bands, entertainers, managers and artist representatives are invited to attend this first of many free Long Island Music Hall of Fame workshops focusing on the music business on Long Island.

There will two workshops on the evening of April 17:

Artists & Entertainment Buyers – Getting Yourself Booked!

This workshop will be plain talk about what musicians need to know and have to get booked into theaters, on festivals, private & corporate events, and alternative bookings such as at Arts Councils and libraries. Additionally, information about how to create relationships with these venues and the importance of these relationships will be covered as well. The workshop will also feature one-on-one Q & A from the audience.

Scheduled panelists include Michele Rizzo of the Boulton Center in Bay Shore, Alan Inkles of Stony Brook University’s Staller Center, Clare Bisceglia of the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, Michael Rothbard of Huntington’s Inter-Media Arts Center, Amy Tuttle of the Islip Arts Council and workshop moderator James Faith of James Faith Entertainment & Productions- General Manager and Booker for the Brookhaven Amphitheatre & Independent Promoter.

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Marketing in the Digital Age

LIMHoF Founder and Board Chair Richard L’Hommedieu will moderate the panel and will be joined by scheduled guests Beth Krakower of New York City’s CineMedia Promotions and the LIMHoF Educational Advisory Board, Dorothy Hui from the Digital Platforms Group of New York City’s Wind-Up Records, Jeffrey James of Jeffrey James Arts Consulting in Farmingdale and Jeremy Meyers from SONY/BMG in Manhattan to discuss the current and future state of musicians marketing themselves through existing and future digital technology.

For more information about the Marketing for Musicians in the Digital Age workshops, please contact the Long Island Music Hall of Fame at 631-780-6079 or visit http://www.limusichalloffame.org/.

Directions:

  1. Long Island Expressway to exit 62 (Nicolls Rd) North.
  2. Take Nicolls Road to the Main Entrance of Stony Brook University.
  3. Make a left into the Main Entrance
  4. Make a Right at the Traffic Light (you will pass the Wang Center on your left)
  5. Take it two Stop Signs and make a left on “Stadium Rd”
  6. Take Stadium road to the Stadium and park in the parking Lot.
  7. The Student Union Building will be directly to the left as you are looking as the Stadium and directly next the parking lot.

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