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SCL/AFM Composers Conference

Time: June 15, 2010 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Location: Local 802 AFM
Street: 322 W. 48th Street (between 8th & 9th Avenues)
City/Town: New York
Event Type: conference
Organized By: The Society for Composers and Lyricists
Latest Activity: Jun 8, 2010

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Event Description

Hi all,

I want to let you know about an upcoming event that I’ve been organizing with the SCL in NY, and which could be very valuable for all composers working in film, TV, video games and commercials.

On Tuesday, June 15, from 6:30-9:30 p.m., the Society for Composers and Lyricists and Local 802 AFM are presenting a Composers Conference. The first event of its kind, it is aimed at demystifying the process of recording under a union contract from inception to completion, looking at how to record the best music and maximize your budget and your earnings. It will be the first event of this kind, an important coming together of composers and musicians interests, as well as a great networking opportunity.

As the attached flyer shows, we have an amazing set of panelists, including: Dan Foliart, SCL President; Tino Gagliardi, the new President of Local 802 AFM; Dennis Dreith, Administrator of the Secondary Markets Fund; composers Carter Burwell (Twilight), Joel Beckerman (CBS Evening News), Mark Suozzo (The Nanny Diaries), Joel Simon (President, JSM Music), and an all-star team of contractors, union reps and other experts on recording music for Film, TV, Commercials and Video Games. The evening will feature break-out sessions to look in depth at each of these media, and they will repeat so participants can inform themselves on additional areas beyond their primary interest or field of work.

If you are working or planning to work as a Film, TV, Commercial or Video Game composer, this event is an absolute must for your professional development calendar for June. You’ll get information where to find musicians; whether to work with a contractor; what the ramifications are down the road; how to sell the idea of a union session to your producer; how to make budgeting as straightforward as possible. There’ll also be information about additional revenue streams for you, the composer, under a union contract.

The event takes place at Local 802, 322 W. 48th St., between 8th and 9th Avenues. ADMISSION IS FREE, and light refreshments will be served. RSVP information is below, as well as on the attached flyer.

Hope to see you on the 15th!

Joel






The Society for Composers and Lyricists in NY and AFM Local 802 present a:


COMPOSERS CONFERENCE
AFM Agreements: How They Can Work For You

Tuesday, June 15, 2010
6:30-9:30 PM Admission Free
Local 802, 322 W. 48th Street (between 8th & 9th Avenues)



- Learn first-hand how to work with union musicians and contracts in Film, TV, Commercial and Video Game projects.

- Learn how to maximize your budget, your earnings and get the best musicians.

- Connect with key people who can help make your next project professional & successful.

- Discuss with and learn from veteran Composers, Industry and Union experts.


Panelists include:

DAN FOLIART (President, SCL)
TINO GAGLIARDI (President Local 802 AFM)
DENNIS DREITH (Fund Administrator, Film Musicians Secondary Markets Fund)

Film Composers
CARTER BURWELL • MARK SUOZZO

TV Composers
JOEL BECKERMAN • EDD KALEHOFF

Commercial Composers
DAVID WOLFERT • JOEL SIMON • JASON MENKES

Video Game Composers
ANDY BRICK • SEAN BEESON • MIKE WORTH

And AFM experts on recording for FILM, TV, COMMERCIALS and VIDEO GAMES


*RSVP REQUIRED VIA EMAIL ONLY to: rsvp@TheSCL.com

Please specify you wish to attend the SCL/AFM Composers Conference.

Include both your first & last name and your daytime phone # (in case we need to contact you), and indicate whether you are a current SCL member.

- Please also indicate main area(s) of work/interest: Film, TV, Commercials, or Video Games.

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