Upcoming Events

  • Fri
    21
    Apr
    2017
    Tue
    25
    Apr
    2017

    Luncheon Speaker Series

    11:00 amStudio Bell

    In anticipation of our growing initiative the AMC will be hosting a series guest speaker luncheons to strengthen and engage our community in music industry discussions.

  • Mon
    29
    May
    2017

    Lunch Series 1a: The Economic Potential of Live Music

    11:30 amEdmonton

    The Alberta Music Cities Lunch Series kicks off on May 29 & 30 with workshops in Edmonton and Calgary featuring a keynote by Erin Benjamin, Executive Director of Music Canada Live.

    Session 1a: The Potential of Live Music as an Economic Growth Driver
    Keynote: Erin Benjamin, Music Canada Live
    Edmonton Industry Panel:  Brittany Rudyck (Vinyl Needle Tavern); Craig Martell (Double Lunch); Brett Fraser (Jubilee Auditoria)

    Workshop-style consultation with attendees will follow the panel.

    Lunch will be served.

    A limited number of tickets are available, free of charge. Tickets may be requested via at this link.

    About Music Canada Live
    Music Canada Live’s advocacy efforts focus on policy advancement, public awareness, research, economic impact and activities that unite, highlight and galvanize the work of the live music sector.

    “For the first time, the Canadian live music industry will share a single voice, providing a unified front from east to west and all points in between, both large and small.” - Harvey Cohen, Union Events

  • Tue
    30
    May
    2017

    Lunch Series 1b - The Economic Potential of Live Music

    11:30 amSkybridge in Studio Bell

    The Alberta Music Cities Impact Series kicks off on May 29 & 30 with workshops in Edmonton and Calgary featuring a keynote by Erin Benjamin, Executive Director of Music Canada Live.

    Session 1b: The Potential of Live Music as an Economic Growth Driver
    Keynote: Erin Benjamin, Music Canada Live
    Calgary Panel: Sarmad Rizvi (The Hi-Fi Club); Mike Clark (Mikey’s Juke Joint); Kerry Clarke (Calgary Folk Festival & Music Calgary)

    Workshop-style consultation with attendees will follow the panel.

    Lunch will be served.

    A limited number of tickets are available, free of charge. Click the "More Information" button below for tickets.

    About Music Canada Live
    Music Canada Live’s advocacy efforts focus on policy advancement, public awareness, research, economic impact and activities that unite, highlight and galvanize the work of the live music sector.

    “For the first time, the Canadian live music industry will share a single voice, providing a unified front from east to west and all points in between, both large and small.” - Harvey Cohen, Union Events

  • Tue
    20
    Jun
    2017
    Wed
    21
    Jun
    2017

    How Music Cities Matter

    11:00 AM - 1:30 PM MDTStudio Bell, home of the National Music Centre (Skybridge) 850 4 Street Southeast Calgary,AB T2G 1R1

    DESCRIPTION

    Join us on June 20th (Calgary) or June 21st (Edmonton) for lunch, a keynote by Shain Shapiro, CEO of Sound Diplomacy, a local industry panel and great discussion about how music cities are making waves around the world.Session 2: How Music Cities Matter

    Keynote: Shain Shapiro (Sound Diplomacy)

    June 20th, Calgary Panel

    • TBD

    Workshop-style consultation with attendees will follow the panel.

    Schedule

    • Arrive: 11:00-11:30
    • Buffet opens at 11:30
    • Program starts at 11:55
    • Wrap up at 1:30pm sharp

    Click Here To Attend The Calgary Panel On June 20th

    Click Here To Attend The Edmonton Panel On June 21st

    About Sound Diplomacy
    Sound Diplomacy is the leading global adviser in increasing the value of music and night culture in cities, places and developments. Sound Diplomacy also runs Music Cities Events, the world's leading conference and event series on music's role in the places we live, including the Music Cities Convention, Music Tourism Convention and Sound Development.