- Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 5:30pm
- Stu Anderson, Mighty Cypress Talent
- Manitoba Music
- 1-376 Donald St, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
- Manitoba Music
The relationship between artist and manager represents one of the most pivotal and multi-faceted alliances in the music business. Presented with the Music Managers Forum Canada, join Mighty Cypress Talent's Stu Anderson and Alexa Dirks in a discussion exploring this complex partnership. They’ll delve into their process, their day-to-day, and the strategy behind the lead-up and roll-out of Dirk’s new solo project, Begonia.
The MMF Managers' Huddle is a creative series stimulating conversation on ideas in music management.
ABOUT MMF CANADA
Music Managers Forum Canada (MMF Canada) is a registered non-profit trade organization whose mission is to become the go-to source for Canadian artists and managers on issues related to music management in Canada and around the world. MMF Canada is a membership-based organization currently serving over 150 members who represent over 300 Canadian and International acts. The membership is national in scope and ranges from self-managed artists to highly experienced managers representing some of the largest acts in Canada. Our daily objectives are to work collaboratively with the larger music community to offer education, resources, advice, discounts and a network of peers. MMF Canada is the Canadian voice of a larger network of Music Management Forum’s from around the world. Read more via the “International Music Managers Forum” link below. The MMF Canada is committed to ensuring that artists receive their fare share of remuneration from every possible income source. As the management sector’s voice in the industry, the MMF Canada acts as a lobbying force to various levels of the government on behalf of its members on key issues that affect managers and their artists. Particular emphasis is placed on protecting artists’ rights as new sound carriers and technologies are implemented. The MMF Canada also helps members develop management skills and music industry knowledge through educational initiatives such as panels and workshops.