Friday, October 17, 2014

The Music Business Has Changed: Have You? The Music Quadrant Holds Information Sessions About Its Academic Approach To Learning The Music Business

Introducing The Music Quadrant

It's time to empower young Canadian talent by giving our up-and-coming generation of singers, songwriters and other musical artists the knowledge, tools and realistic expectations to set them on the right track. With the music business in a state of dramatic change, it's hard to know where to find good information, and who to trust!

Too often the musical dream machine leaves us nothing but broken dreams and disappointment, especially when we are trying to build a career on outdated models and methods.

Talented, ambitious young musicians can now get the help and direction they need to have the best possible chance of success in music.

The Music Quadrant, after running a pilot project last summer at Stoney Creek's Studio E, is coming back. Free information sessions are being held for anyone interested, hosted at Jukasa Media Group's Oshweken recording studio. Limited seats are available for this exclusive opportunity. Reservations are required. Come learn about the Music Quadrant experience and all the future new things coming. Don't forget to ask us about "The Dream Tour" when you come to the information sessions. - With Uche Lord Eme.

Special Note:

Saturday October 18th infomation sessions have been re-scheduled. Please contact themusicquadrant@gmail.com for the latest information.

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