The 7th annual Girl Power! Women Working in the Music Industry Conference will be held on April 25, 2020 from 10:00am to 5:00pm PST at the David Brower Center in Berkeley, California. The conference, which is produced by Kerry Fiero of Fiero Flair, is dedicated to empowering creative, driven, talented female music artists who have professional ambitions with the information, tools, and resources they need to succeed in the modern music industry.
“Talking female power is one thing. Watching that power in action—and benefiting from it—is quite another. That’s why the annual Girl Power summit is building a solid rep as one of the music industry’s must-attend events.” ~ Gail Mitchell (Senior Editor, Billboard Magazine)
Making a Living in the Music Industry is this year’s theme and will feature more structured networking, collaboration time, The Artist Lounge, and by-popular-demand, the return of The Face the Music! song critiquing session, a unique opportunity for conference attendees to have their music heard by a professional song critiquing panel.
Face the Music! affords songwriters, music producers, and singers the opportunity to have their songs heard in front of a captive audience consisting of their musical peers, and seasoned music industry professionals. The panel will offer constructive feedback from experienced and respected industry insiders on the crucial elements that constitute great songs, such as songwriting, musicianship, production, engineering, and performance. Learn how you can participate in this opportunity at: girlpowermusicconference.com
Fiero Flair announced their Conference Keynote Speaker – Jeanine McLean-Williams. Honored on the prestigious 2019 list: Billboard’s Women In Music Top Executives, McLean-Williams is a powerhouse business women and visionary who has been the rock behind artists like Alicia Keys and H.E.R. She is the President and Managing Partner at MBK Entertainment. Last year at the Concord Pavilion she helped H.E.R. launch her inaugural Lights On Festival which sold out in an hour and netted a seven-figure profit.
For updates and tickets visit their website at girlpowermusicconference.com.