The New Music Seminar is returning once more to NYC, hitting Manhattan June 9-11.
Since the music industry is always evolving, it follows that NMS would do the same. The storied conference shifts from Webster Hall to a new venue this year, The New Yorker Hotel in midtown.
In addition, this year NMS is introducing a new program format, one which the founders promise will increase the educational and networking opportunities available. In its new layout, the 2013 NMS Conference will feature 75-minute Movements (panels), interspersed with 20-minute live music sessions, 45-minute enhanced networking opportunities and 15-minute Intensives.
NMS founder Tom Silverman will host a plethora of high-powered execs throughout the three-day conference, including PepsiCo’s Global CMO- Consumer Engagement, Frank Cooper III; Clear Channel Entertainment Enterprises President, John Skyes; VEVO’s President and CEO, Rio Caraeff; Virgin Records’ CCO, Ron Fair; SoundExchange’s President, Michael J. Huppe; plus Atlantic Records’ Chairman and CEO, Craig Kallman, among others.
See the full roster of confirmed “players” at NMS this year, right here.
To register at the $399 pre-registration rate ($499 walk-up), visit the New Music Seminar online.