We talked with a variety of organizations across different cities and countries, and have gathered the following themes and questions around Music Cities topics.
APAP|NYC is the world’s premier gathering of the performing arts presenting, booking and touring industry and the annual members conference of the Association of Performing Arts Professionals. APAP is extending their Early-Bird Registration rate deadline to December 18 at 5:00 p.m. (EST)
Sync Summit’s gone virtual this year and we’ll have an all-online event with speakers, artists and connections from all over the world – bringing our LA, Tokyo, NY, Nashville and Berlin events together into one four-day virtual event. That means that regardless of where you are you’ll still get to network, to share your music, see product demos, participate in panels and keynotes, and more from January 5 – 8th, 2020.
This year’s NOA Conference will be taking place in a fully virtual format from January 4 – 6th. Come be amongst colleagues and peers who are curious, open to new ideas, and genuinely committed to the education of performers. A variety of sessions, competitions, and opportunities will provide steady engagement and knowledge to all who attend.
How can we learn from other local communities creating Resilience in the music social/structural disruption/reconstruction under COVID-19?
Our Mission: A gathering of lived experiences and workable ideas
We brought together diverse music leaders and creators online to learn and share from local community response, emergent solutions, and heroic efforts to support local artists, venues, creative communities, and support networks in the surge/challenges of the COVID-19.
- Unique practices that may transfer to other areas
- Ways to learn between great ecosystems and communities of communities
- New combinations of business and community models – bridges beyond streaming
- “After” – rebuilding trust, conflicts for space/time/funds, challenges of funding in a community rebuilding mode