From our members: Digital Strategies for Musicians

irmc_logoThe Insti­tute for Research in Music and Com­mu­ni­ty (IRMC) at Bran­don Uni­ver­si­ty invites par­tic­i­pa­tion in Dig­i­tal Strate­gies for Musicians—May 2–4, 2018. This con­fer­ence is designed to help musi­cians in all gen­res con­nect with their audi­ence in the dig­i­tal world. Build­ing your web­site, man­ag­ing social media and pro­duc­ing effec­tive video con­tent will all be cov­ered, as will dis­cus­sions about trav­el­ling with gear, dig­i­tal mar­ket­ing and var­i­ous options for pro­duc­tion funding.
The keynote speak­er will be Adri­an Fung, who has been fea­tured in For­tune mag­a­zine among the Best and Bright­est Exec­u­tive MBAs and as one of Musi­cal America’s 30 Inno­va­tors of the Year. He is also a cel­e­brat­ed cel­list and Asso­ciate Dean at Uni­ver­si­ty of Oklahoma’s Weitzen­hof­fer Fam­i­ly Col­lege of Fine Arts.  Oth­er pre­sen­ters will include: Michael Mor­reale (Direc­tor of Dig­i­tal Con­tent, Toron­to Sym­pho­ny Orches­tra), Elise Roller (Man­i­to­ba Music), Stephen Car­roll (Man­i­to­ba Film and Music), Gra­ham Street and Male­na Gon­za­lez (Inter­ac­tive Media Arts, Assini­boine Com­mu­ni­ty Col­lege), as well as T. Patrick Carrabré, Scott Howarth and Megu­mi Masa­ki (IRMC, Bran­don University).
All ses­sions will take place in the School of Music, Bran­don Uni­ver­si­ty. Reg­is­tra­tion is $79, $59 for Man­i­to­ba Music mem­bers and $39 for students.
Con­fer­ence details avail­able at