Real Good for Free: “The New Business of New Music” @ Club Helsinki, 3/1/12

Whether you’re a working musician or just a music fan, you might want to head to Club Helsinki in Hudson on Thursday night for “The New Business of New Music,” a free panel discussion and Q&A session.

Presented by the Columbia Arts Team, the panel will feature three music industry veterans:

Suzanne Hilleary, music supervisor for film and television
Paul Antonell, owner of The Clubhouse recording studio in Rhinebeck
Chris Weink, music director for indie radio station WEXT-FM in North Greenbush

Topics scheduled to be discussed at the event include new opportunities in the music field, marketing your music, recording options and pretty much anything else related to the making and selling of music.

Admission to the panel discussion is free.

For those interested in support the Columbia Arts Team and its mission to support the performing arts in schools and communities, there will also be a wine reception prior to the panel discussion. The reception will begin at 7pm and will feature a performance by young singer-songwriter Darla Pietra, from Stuyvesant in Columbia County. Admission to the reception is a $20 donation.

One Response to “Real Good for Free: “The New Business of New Music” @ Club Helsinki, 3/1/12”

  1. I’m very curious on how the turnout will be for “The New Business of New Music”. CRUMBS held monthly free music and discussion panels at The Linda in Albany under the banner of “CRUMBS Nite Out”. The series died August 2010 due to various reasons, one of them as lack of interest.

    Maybe it was too soon in the scheme of the present state of the music business.

    In any case, if anyone’s interested in what they missed, follow this link to the obit I wrote:

Holly & EvanThe Cock'N'Bull RestaurantJim Gaudet and the Railroad BoysCartoonist John CaldwellCaffe LenaAdvertise on Nippertown!Albany PoetsLeave Regular Radio BehindBerkshire On StageThe LindaHudson SoundsArtist Charles HaymesThe Law Office of Paul Rapp