Grammy Award–winning artists Jonathan McReynolds and Quinnes “Q” Parker share their experiences and insights on how to maneuver through the business side of the gospel music industry. They'll be joined by Gina Waters Miller, senior vice president and general manager at Entertainment One, for a discussion and Q&A moderated by Tonya Butler, professor and chair of Berklee’s Music Business/Management Department.
Music Business/Management, Professional Music and Global Initiatives
In celebration of International Women's Day, this virtual discussion focuses on how when women support one another, success is born, in addition to conversations about the intricacies of licensing music and creative strategies of synchronization. Panelists include top executives and music supervisors.
With the most consequential election of our time less than one week away, three of the most influential artist/activists in the industry today will join forces to discuss the past, present, and future impact of hip-hop music on the political landscape. Our guests will discuss their roles in the hip-hop/political revolution, the use of music to inspire political change, and the need for more artists to stand up and speak out.
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