NEWS: Are You Pitch Ready? - Song Pitching and Publishing Workshop via MNS


Are You Pitch Ready? - Song Pitching and Publishing Workshop
Presented by The Songwriters Association of Canada in Partnership with Music Nova Scotia


Saturday, February 02, 2013 
4:30 PM
The Hub, 1673 Barrington Street, 2nd Floor
Free to S.A.C. and Music Nova Scotia Members, $10 for Non-Members
To register or to buy tickets: http://songpluggerhalifax.eventbrite.com/#

The Songwriters Association of Canada and Music Nova Scotia present: Are You Pitch Ready? - An interactive song pitching and publishing workshop.

Director of Sync & Creative Services Amy Eligh will share her behind-the-scenes perspective to help you find out:

    •    What a Publisher can do for you and your art

    •    How to develop a relationship with a publisher

    •    What Makes a song “syncable” rather than only having a home on an album

    •    The Pitch: soft sell vs hard sell and everything in between

This interactive workshop will include a Q&A providing participants the opportunity to learn directly from an industry professional.

Amy Eligh, Director of Sync & Creative Services, joined Casablanca Media Publishing in 2005. She pitches songs for film and TV; organizes showcases for TV networks (ABC and NBC), music supervisors, and advertisers; develops new writers; arranges co-writing sessions; coordinates writing camps and scouts for talent. Amy has secured sync placements on Castle, Body of Proof, Grey’s Anatomy, Arbitrage (feature film), Pretty Little Liars, Being Human, Life Unexpected, Flashpoint, Degrassi: The Next Generation, TD Canada Trust, Canadian Tire among many others. In 2012 Red Brick Songs, a sister company of Casablanca Media, was launched. Amy is also the Director of Sync & Creative Services for this roster which includes US bands ON AN ON and Field Mouse as well as Canadian bands Library Voices and Cuff The Duke.


You must register to attend this seminar!


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Release provided by Music Nova Scotia
http://www.musicnovascotia.ca  

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