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Canada’s Music Incubator (CMI) opens online registration for 2019 Artist Entrepreneur and Artist Manager programs

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Jean Surette

Canada’s Music Incubator (CMI) opens online registration for 2019 Artist Entrepreneur and Artist Manager programs in Toronto

CMI has opened 2019 online registration for their core professional development programs: Artist Entrepreneur (Mar/Aug) and Artist Manager (Oct) in Toronto. Both programs help emerging artists and artist managers across all genres build their businesses and careers through customized mentorship and professional development.

Artists and managers work hands-on with CMI and their expert network of trusted music industry professionals to develop their business, craft and confidence in the areas of revenue development, marketing, branding, social media, publicity, streaming, radio promotion, copyright, royalty collection, touring, funding, team building, contracts, and more. Artists will also experience a series of customized creative workshops, including live and studio performance, vocals and songwriting collaborations.

Ongoing access to CMI mentors and industry resources for artists and managers is included, at no additional cost.

Space for both sessions is limited.  Apply online today!

Artist Entrepreneur – March 5 to April 26 & August 6 to September 27, 2019 – Tues to Fri – 10am-4pm

Artist Manager – October 8 to November 29, 2019 – Tues to Fri – 10am-4pm

For more information on CMI programs visit: http://canadasmusicincubator.com

Or contact Jesse.Mitchell@CanadasMusicIncubator.com

“What stuck out to me about Artist Entrepreneur,” says award-winning artist, IsKwé, “wasn't just the learning experience, but the relationships that were built—both with the team at CMI and within the broader music industry.  Everyone was really invested in helping the artists build their business, and that's not always easy to find in this industry!"

Scottie Irving, Ottawa-based artist manager reflects, “When I started managing artists, I had nothing but hopes, hunches, and assumptions. Artist Manager helped me organize the chaos by giving me access to priceless knowledge, proven expertise and informed advice. It saved me from having to learn countless things the hard way.”

“Success is defined by the artist or manager,” says Vel Omazic, CMI’s executive director, “we exist as an organization to help them, regardless of genre or style, to bring focus to their goals and to provide them with the tools, processes and support needed, on an ongoing basis, to fill the gaps in their business and creative development.”

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