Wednesday, March 13th 2019, check out Now What??: A Roundtable Discussion for the new Music Industry.
The evening is an opportunity to promote cross-pollination between members of all facets of the music industry. This means not only artists, but also anyone who supports them in business. Come have a drink, make friends and join in an open conversation about dreams, goals and the work that goes into making those a reality. Please play a part and invite friends and colleagues who work across platforms. From artists, dancers, film makers, entertainment lawyers to social media experts, the more diverse the crowd, the more potential there is for learning something new and finding new collaborators!
After our conversation, join us for the afterparty at Beverly's NYC from 10PM - 1AM!
This session, we are so excited to announce our amazing special guest! Music Supervisor extraordinare - Meghan Currier.
Meghan Currier is a music supervisor for film, television and advertising. Since 2011, she has worked closely with celebrated music supervisor Randall Poster on some of the industry's most creative and magnetic films and television shows including ISLE OF DOGS, THE WOLF OF WALLSTREET, SKYFALL, BOYHOOD, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, DETROIT, and HBO's BOARDWALK EMPIRE and VINYL.
Currier's recent music supervision credits include JIM & ANDY: THE GREAT BEYOND, LITTLE WOODS, NERVE, EVERYBODY WANTS SOME!!, CHRISTINE, STILL ALICE, DINA, THE WOLFPACK, and THE POLKA KING.
Music for advertising work includes: Coca-Cola, Target, Gap, Tommy Hilfiger, Gatorade, LG, UGG, Gerber, Wild Turkey, Jimmy Choo, Wealthsimple, Estee Lauder, Tory Burch, Coach, J Crew, Cisco, Prada, CFDA Awards, Facebook, AT&T, Tiffany, Google, Theory, MoMA NY, T-Mobile, Ralph Lauren, Warby Parker, DKNY, Walmart, Michael Kors, Toyota, Diane Von Furstenberg, Whole Foods, and Vogue.
Ms. Currier was a part of the GRAMMY Award winning team that produced the Boardwalk Empire soundtrack and has been nominated for awards by The Association of Music Producers and the Association of Independent Commercial Producers for her various commercial work.
All ideas, questions and comments are welcome in this free form community exploration. RSVP and submit a question you would like to be asked!
First 50 attendees will be admitted. RSVP does not guarantee entry. By attending the event you are giving Now What?? permission to record/photograph and potentially post on social media including our website. Come early so you can secure a spot before we reach capacity!