Friday, July 06, 2012|
Performance Coaching Session added to the Music Funding Information Session for all levels in Sydney, Cape Breton
Please join Mickey Quase and Laura Simpson in Sydney, Cape Breton on Wednesday, July 11 to find out more about funding from the Emerging Music Business Program, Export Development Program and FACTOR.
Whether youíre an emerging or exporting artist or a music industry professional, this session will offer advice, relay helpful anecdotes and explain which funding programs you might qualify for and how to write a great application.
This is essential insiderís knowledge to help improve your chances at receiving grants!
NEWLY ADDED! Do you worry about performance issues? Wayne OíConnor has your back. Heíll be doing a live performance coaching session with local rocker Jay Smith in conjunction with the Funding Information Session. This is a wonderful value-added portion to the day. Donít miss this!
Who: Mickey Quase, Emerging Music Business Program, Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage and Laura Simpson, Export Development Program and Regional Education Coordinator for FACTOR of Music Nova Scotia and Wayne OíConnor, 30 year veteran in artist development and tour managing.
What: Funding session for those at all levels of their music careers seeking advice and tips on where to find funding, how to apply and how to be successful applicants. Performance coaching session to give you great tips on how to have the biggest impact on stage.
When: Wednesday, July 11 at 2 p.m.
Where: Celtic Colours Office, 851 Grand Lake Road, Suite 8, Sydney, NS
Why: Itís free knowledge to make you great!
For more information, please contact:
Music Nova Scotia
off: 902.423.6271 x 6