Call for Submissions: Live Performance Camp
Performance Camp Deadline: Monday May 23
Ask any successful touring band and they’ll tell you the same thing… one of the best ways to make new fans is through an incredible live performance. Putting on an awesome show is a lot more than just hitting the right notes at the right time; performers need that extra something to really turn heads. This June, Manitoba Music is opening up a two-day performance camp during our Sound Waves Music Meeting for you to maximize your stage show.
We’re excited to welcome acclaimed JUNOMaster Class and Canada’s Music Incubator performance and voice instructors Luther Mallory and Carol-Lynne Quinn to help participants find that extra “something” needed to take their live show to the next level.
Luther and Carol-Lynne bring experience working with a wide range of diverse musical acts. This opportunity is open to Manitoba Music members of all genres including solo artists, bands. Every artists’ stage show is unique, Luther and Carol-Lynne will focus in on how to make your show an unforgettable live experience for your fans.
About the Coaches:
Luther Mallory is an Artist Performance Coach specializing in stage psychology and has worked with over 900 artists over the past 9 years. Luther delivers seminars and workshops to Artists and Creators across the world teaching them how to overcome mental, and emotional, barriers they face in pursuit of a career. Luther is the Performance Coach for the JUNO Masterclass and the acclaimed Artist Entrepreneur Program at Canada's Music Incubator.
Carol-Lynne Quinn is a Vocal Coach, Vocologist, Vocal Producer, Tedx Speaker and Artist. She has the pleasure of working with JUNO award-winning, major label, indie and emerging artists. She is the vocal coach for the JUNO Master Class, Canada's Music Incubator and vocal produces for artists on 604 and Light Organ records
Watch the May 12 virtual intro session with Luther Mallory on the unlimited career potential in developing a deadly live show for stage and stream.
To be considered for this opportunity you must:
- Be a Manitoba Music member and a current resident of Manitoba
- Be available on June 23 and 24 for in-person coaching sessions one-on-one and class instruction
- Be comfortable receiving instruction and feedback in a group setting and performing in public
- Update your Manitoba Music profile with current music, links, promotional pictures, bio, etc.
- There are limited spots available for this opportunity. Submissions will be reviewed by a jury of industry professionals.
For more info, please contact:
Alex Sannie, Industry Development Coordinator
Treaty 1 Territory