Our annual conference and workshops explore innovation at the intersection of music + tech; LGBTQ+ artists; careers in the music industry; and more.
Every June is New York Music Month, the official New York City celebration of the most diverse music scene in the world. The annual conference presented by the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, NY is Music, and the NYU Steinhardt Music Business Program is a key component of the month.
This year’s theme is Innovation at the Intersection of Music + Technology and sponsored by SoundExchange and media partner Billboard.
INTERLUDE+ an initiative of the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, in partnership with NY is Music.
INTERLUDE+ is a hands-on music & art workshop series for and by the LGBTQ+ community, bringing together respected musicians, artists, and industry leaders to inspire a new generation of creatives in nontraditional educational environments produced by Offline-Projects.
June 8th: RETROSPECTIVE+: An immersive exhibition hosted in a hidden storefront featuring works by a multidisciplinary artist, open to the public throughout the month of June.
June 15th: New Ballroom, New History: A leading ballroom house curates a dance masterclass with the scene’s top dancers & DJs in an immersive ballroom venue.
June 22nd: Deconstructed: Track-by-Track: A renowned producer breaks down their tracks stem by stem in an interactive workshop on musical production.
June 29th: Lunchtable Conversations on Evolution & Identity: Two musicians come together at a communal lunchtable to talk about their career-changing transitions in identity, hosted over a PB&J lunch.
The inaugural Sound Thinking NYC (STNYC) Career and College Exposition enables middle and high school students to explore how to turn a passion for music into a possible college and career path, especially in music production. Hosted by the CUNY Creative Arts Team, MOME, and VH1 Save The Music Foundation, in partnership with NY is Music, the STNYC Expo includes hands-on activities and opportunities to meet music professionals and college representatives.
Location: Viacom, 1515 Broadway 53rd floor, New York, NY 10036
Date: June 19, 2019
Time: 2pm – 6pm