Conference Schedule

 

FRIDAY OCT 13

9 am • 4 pm

Bylaws & Backbeats

Empress Theatre | 199 Robinson Street

Pre-registration required

Schedule

9 am - 10 am | Registration and Meet & Greet
10 am - 11 am | Sound IMPACT: A Profile & Economic Impact Assessment of NB's Music Industry, presented by Jean Surette, executive director of Music NB
11 am - 12 pm | Music: Boosting the creative economy and enhancing the community’s quality of life, presented by David Campbell,  NB's former chief economist & current president of Jupia Consultants

12 pm - 1:30 pm | Lunch

1:30 pm - 2:45 pm | The Mastering of a Music City, presented by Amy Terrill, Music Canada
2:45 pm - 4 pm | Group Discussions
4 pm - 5 pm | Networking Mixer

1 pm – 2 pm

Women & the Music Industry: Part I

Capitol Theatre | Conference Room

Panel & discussions on the next steps toward the inclusion of more women in the music industry. Support networks, mentorship and concrete strategies.

2 pm – 4 pm

Women & the Music Industry: Part II

All you ever wanted to know about sound boards and the nitty gritty of gear, but were always too afraid to ask. Stupid questions welcomed!

4 pm

Networking Mixer

Empress Theatre | 199 Robinson Street

SATURDAY OCT 14

9:00 am – 5 pm

 

dB Program

Delta Beauséjour

For young artists between 13 and 18 years old
To attend the conference session in the morning, please contact Music•Musique NB (contact@musicnb.org or 506.383.4662)

10 am

TBD

Delta Beauséjour

11 am

TBD

Delta Beauséjour

12 pm

Networking Lunch

1 pm

TBD

Delta Beauséjour

2 pm

TBD

Delta Beauséjour

4 pm

 

Industry Mixer

Delta Beauséjour

 

TBD: FACTOR 1-on-1

Registration required
Book a one-on-one meeting with FACTOR to talk programs, eligibility, and applying to FACTOR. RSVP early and get your questions answered.