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Berklee City Music Network Conference

Monday, November 3 – Wednesday, November 5
Omni Hotel – Los Angeles, CA
American Popular Music III: Innovations in Youth Development
Engage in presentations and conversations with music industry and education giants including Terri Lyne Carrington, Ron Weisner, Tommy LiPuma, Lalah Hathaway, Kevin Eubanks, Patrice Rushen and Mark Slavkin.

Register to Attend: 1-day and 3-day passes available

  • $275 for the three-day conference (or $125 per day) for network members, Berklee alumni, and music educators (with a .edu email address)
  • $350 for the three-day conference (or $175 per day) for nonmembers
  • Student rate: We are giving away 25 free three-day passes to undergraduate and graduate students (passes are available on a first-come, first-served basis; RSVP to Christina Quarles). Undergraduate students are also eligible for a $25 per day rate.

Schedule, registration and speaker bios are available on the conference website.

BCMN Conference Master Class – Monday, November 3, 7:00pm

Clive Davis Theater at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, CA
Students from five of our Berklee City Music Network sites will be coached by leading industry artists, including Kenny Lattimore, Ashley Rodriguez, Shoshana Bean before performing on stage that evening for a panel of clinicians.

Limited seating is available at the Clive Davis Theater, and therefore admission can only be guaranteed to the first 100 Conference registrants. Tickets are free with registration for attendees who register for 3-day passes or with a single day (Monday). Be sure to register early to secure your seat!

Check out the highlights from last year’s BCMN Conference Master Class.

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BCMN Conference Spotlight: Tuesday Panel

Growth? What is It and Where Do We Begin?

Leveraging Resources to Support Our Children’s Future

This powerhouse panel brings together individuals with immense music industry experience, demonstrated nonprofit growth in student development, and legislative knowledge.  Mark Slavkin, moderator, will walk the panel through a dynamic discussion that addresses many of the issues we collectively face as a Network, music educators and arts administrators, and will offer innovative strategies for leveraging music resources to support the growth and development of our students, Network, and shared vision.  We’re advocating for our student’s development today and building a future for them tomorrow.

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Ron Weisner is a legendary manager/producer of music-related live events, television shows, and specials. He has work with Michael Jackson,  MadonnaPaul McCartney, and Earth, Wind & Fire among many others.

Charly Schwartz is the COO of Little Kids Rock. Charly brings over twenty years of experience in team leadership, operational management, marketing and youth development.

Myka Miller, Executive Director of Harmony Project in Los Angeles, is responsible for putting musical instruments into the hands of over 2,000 children. She is a musician, oboist, teacher, and agent for social change through music.

Mark Slavkin is vice president for education at the Music Center: Performing Arts Center of Los Angeles County.  Mark directs a wide range of programs and services that help advance arts education in schools and communities across Los Angeles County.

RON            |         CHARLY             |       MYKA           |        MARK

                    

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