Canadian Music Week announces “The Mastering of a Music City” conference

Canadian Music Week‘s 4-day Music Summit taking place between May 9-12 will close with the Music Cities Summit’s “The Mastering Of A Music City” conference on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at the Sheraton Centre.

As a joint event by Music Canada, Music Policy Forum, and Canadian Music Week, the conference will explore the role of music and city planning in an urban setting. The conference will include speakers from municipal governments, music industry innovators, and non-profit leaders who will explore local successes and challenges of building a “music city.”

Featured speakers include: Lawrence “Boo” Mitchell, Owner of Memphis’ Willie Mitchell’s Royal Studios; Josh Colle, Toronto City Councillor; Chief Howard Miller, President New Orleans Mardi Gras Indian Council; and Kate Becker, Director of the Office of Film and Music, City of Seattle.

Canadian Music Week’s 4-day Music Summit will include celebrity interviews, panels, and workshops May 9 -12, 2018. Music Summit highlights include: renowned lawyer Lorraine D’Alessio a keynote by Laura Pearce, Head of Consumer Marketing at Twitter Canada; and an international spotlight on Mexico and the United States.

For more information on speakers and schedule visit cmw.net/conferences/music-summit. To purchase passes and tickets, visit cmw.net/conference/online-registration.

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