Friday, September 26, 2008

The Niagara Music Forum

Norris-Whitney Communications, publisher of Canadian Musician, Professional Sound, Professional Lighting and Canadian Music Trade magazines is hosting the first ever Niagara Music Forum. The 1-day event is an opportunity for Toronto, Hamilton/Halton, Niagara, and Buffalo and area music industry practitioners to get informed about the Niagara music community and connect with the best and brightest of Niagara’s growing music scene. The Forum takes place Saturday, October 18 at the Four Points Sheraton (Brock Room) 3530 Schmon Parkway, St. Catharines, Ontario. Attendance by registration is at a cost of $35 plus gst. Registration information is available at

The Niagara Music Forum is an opportunity to hear from industry’s experts from local and national organizations. It is a chance to connect and get connected with the different areas of the music industry. Participants can get informed about some of the resources available in the Niagara music community. The Niagara Music Forum is an event for everyone who plays or works in the music community and is interested in learning more about the industry or the Niagara music scene.

The Forum provides a unique learning experience with industry knowledge on a range of topics and will answer the questions being asked by the next generation of music practitioners. It is also to provide an opportunity for the music community to connect with each other and meet inspiring people in an atmosphere of harmony and fun. All participants will have exclusive access to the database of all Forum attendees. Attendance is limited and by registration only.
The Forum speakers bring decades of industry experience and a wealth of knowledge in their presentations. Speakers include The Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN), American Federation of Musicians (AF of M), St. Catharines and area Arts Council. There will be additional speakers from radio, festivals, media and communications, live performing and more.

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