January through June 2021 is New York Music Month Extended Play! If your organization has music related programs or events during the months from January to June 2021 and would like to have them listed on the official New York Music Month Extended Play 2021 calendar, please fill out this form.
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Join Glenn and his Quartet on a journey through the Great American Sonbook from 1920-1944, with songs from a different year each week!
Anyone can make a podcast but should you? What gear/software do you need to get started? How long should your podcast be? How often should it come out? What format works best? This workshop will cover all these questions and more. This workshop will be taught by Nina Pollock All
Join us for an anti-racism workshop and roundtable conversation about true allyship in music as we learn about the formation of racist ideologies, how they affect our lives and our industry, and identify ways in which we can create change as individuals, and as a community. Featured Speakers: Dr. Raygine
Bronx Music Heritage Center presents the January edition of its monthly spoken word and open mic series, Palabreando. Hosted by Bocafloja and Lyrical Bliss, the series features original work by artists from the Bronx and beyond. January special guest performer Anissa Boujdani. Spoken word artists and performers sign up at
Bronx Music Heritage Center’s monthly series, Palabreando features original poetry, storytelling and other short format work by artists and writers from the Bronx and beyond. Hosted by Bocafloja and Lyrical Bliss. January’s special guest performer, Anissa Boujdani. To present, sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org. Livestream from any device on our Facebook
Musicians will learn how to: Take advantage of 45-plus revenue streams that do NOT require in-person performance; boost income and audience; and lower expenses to take home more money. The workshop is run by noted music business authors Randy Chertkow and Jason Feehan (The Indie Band Survival Guide, Making Money with Music), whom Billboard
The internet is a boundless resource and there are an array of tools that can be used to start producing music TODAY with no software or downloads. This workshop will explore beat making using a variety of tools found on our Toolbox. This workshop will be taught by Vaughn Levi.
This workshop will cover booking guests, choosing your questions & the art of listening. Walk away feeling prepared with tips and best practices for awesome interviews. This workshop will be taught by Jewels Dodson
Led by the talent buyer for one of NYC’s top live performance venues, this online presentation is an essential primer for independent artists and performers who will be introduced to tools, tactics and insider tips on how the independent booking world operates. The presentation will cover an introduction to booking NYC
This conversation will focus on the 2017 film “Rodney King” directed by Spike Lee, featuring the Bessie-Award winning solo performance shot at SummerStage in Manhattan’s East River Park, and will feature the writer and star of the film Roger Guenvuer Smith and academic, author, and performance artist Dr. Stephanie Leigh
Learn foundations of drum programming as we explore the functions of the step sequencer, available in most DAWs. Provided for your first class will be a link to download a FREE drumkit to use on your productions. This workshop will be taught by SammAyOnTheBeat
This workshop will cover everything that is Recording. How do you choose the right microphone & audio recorder? How do you watch your levels and record out in the field? How can you get the cleanest audio for your podcast? This workshop will be taught by Pierre Bienaimé
Artists will learn how to connect with their fans online. Presented by A2IM, the association that represents independent record labels.
Michael Mwenso: Hope, Resist & Heal, performance and conversation with Shannon Effinger, in association with New York Music Month Extended Play, an initiative of the NYC Mayor’s Office of Entertainment. Musician, artist and social commentator Michael Mwenso offers his unique and ancestral perspective on Black music and its power to
The Priceless Band will have you on your feet non stop singing your favorite tunes
In this workshop, we will show methods of composing, sampling, & making edits in creative ways. We will explore different methods of chopping/editing/& arranging samples to create original productions & remixes within your DAW of choice. This workshop will be taught by Pozibelle
Learn what distributors do and which one is right for you. Presented by A2IM, the association that represents independent record labels.
A companion to the “Make it Live! A Practical Approach to Getting Gigs in NYC” workshop, this session will cover marketing concerts, identifying your fanbase and grassroots promotion tools. Led by the talent buyer for one of NYC’s top live performance venues.
What audio editing software should you use for your podcast? And what are the best practices for editing sound? In this workshop, you’ll learn the basics on how to edit, mix and export your audio and ultimately bring life to your podcast. This workshop will be taught by Jeremy S.
In this introductory hands-on workshop with an instructor in the Electronic Music Program at the College of Staten Island, participants will learn how to create music using everyday sound in the musique concrete style. Attendees will learn about musique concrete, listen to examples, record sounds using a computer or phone, edit and process sounds using
Learn how to turn your sketches and ideas into full fledged songs in this workshop on music composition and arrangement. We will go over how to create movement in your music and effectively take your listener on a journey through your arrangement decisions. This workshop will be taught by Dale
Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions During the Cross-Cultural collaboration master class, students will learn how to use technology to seamlessly combine elements from different cultures into a commercially successful recording through the use of music production software (ProTools,
In 2019, 94% of scores for the top 250 box office films were written by men. There are no official stats about race and ethnicity. Get advice and perspectives from composers and filmmakers about what we can do to reduce barriers and increase opportunities for the many composers yet to
INTERLUDE+ is a hands-on music & art three-part 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 virtual environments. Disco Discourse: An in-depth conversation with the iconic Studio 54 tracing their influence on queer
Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions In this class with multi-platinum music producer Jerry Wonda, students will learn: How to produce a song by using a laptop with VSP and software programs including ProTools, Logic, Ableton, FL Studio, Akai
Hear from composers and representatives of the orchestral world about how we can support and promote symphonic music which better reflects the diverse communities of NYC. What are the barriers for composers and what can the leaders of major institutions do to transform the current and future landscape? Confirmed speakers:
Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions New immersive audio formats including Dolby Atmos and Sony 360 are the new frontier for both creators and consumers alike. They provide a new way to showcase what happens in the studio and
Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions In this master class with Mastering Engineer and studio owner Dave Kutch, you will learn to divide your day into 3 parts: Hustling (the art of meeting new clients and keeping the ones
Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions Now more than ever with the advancement of remote technology, the dynamic of music creatives has changed. Today, more creatives are working in the confines of their home studios, making virtual collaboration key.
Marching On: Celebrating The Life & Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in association with Winter Jazzfest and Voices of a People’s History of the United States celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and commitment to equity, freedom & peace for Black Americans and all people of this
Producer & Engineer Committee of the Recording Academy’s NY Chapter Presents: NYMMEP 2021 Master Class Studio Sessions During the Remote Recording for the Modern Creative, Audio Engineer and Producer Ebonie Smith will explore the different applications that allow creatives to collaborate remotely and analyze the problems and potential solutions that
This monthly series features talks and lessons from noted Bronx percussionists. In tonight’s episode, SAMMY FIGUEROA, son of the South Bronx and Puerto Rico, one of the world’s most sought after percussionists having worked with Bowie, Miles, Seis de Solar, George Benson, Mick Jagger, among others, is interviewed by co-artistic