Canadian Music Week – March 19-24, 2013 – Toronto, ON
The OCFF has negotiated a 30% discount on Canadian Music Week 2013 registrations for our members. This rate continues until March 15, 2013. Your OCFF membership must be current to access this rate. Register online, using promo code “CMWOCFF13” to receive the reduced rate.
Your registration includes access to 3 days of International Music Summit sessions (including the Songwriters’ & Publishers’ Summit, the Live Touring Summit, and the Social Music Tech Summit), exhibits, festival showcases, film festival screenings, Canadian International Comedy Fest performances and a delegate bag.
Canadian Music Week is Canada’s largest and most influential music and media conference and festival. Combining 4 distinct conferences, award shows, a trade exposition, film festival, international marketplace, comedy festival and Canada’s biggest new music festival – Canadian Music Fest – it is a mini global village for artists and industry executives to engage in current issues, gain insights on trends and cutting-edge technologies affecting their marketplace, network and build lasting relationships with tomorrow’s leaders. Canadian Music Week 2013 will feature a Spotlight on Japan/South Korea as well as a focus on Northern Europe’s Nordic Regions whereby CMW delegates will have the opportunity to connect and network with market specialists and gain access to these vast global markets.
Through seminars, debates, keynotes/celebrity interviews, and mentoring sessions, CMW conferences attract more than 3,000 delegates.
The conferences are designed to put you face-to-face with the forward-thinkers who shape the entertainment industries –from sound recording, new media, and broadcast to live touring, film, and technology. Confirmed programming to date includes: a celebrity interview with Ann & Nancy Wilson of Heart; the ever-popular live music makeover with Tom Jackson; and the Music Synch and Consumer Brands Summit featuring leading music supervisors looking to place music in upcoming advertisements, films, and TV productions plus much more to be announced.
The festival spans five nights of performances with more than 900 showcasing artists from 40 countries at 60 live music venues. For artists, this is a once-in-a-year opportunity to get in front of over 3,000 industry insiders – from A&R reps and music publishers to booking agents, promoters, and talent buyers – 100,000 music fans, and 600 media reps from Canada and all over the world.